20 February 2020

[NOTE: This review may contain plot spoilers for those unfamiliar with this 2,600 myth.]

LA Opera’s world premiere of composer Matthew Aucoin and librettist Sarah Ruhl’s sublime Eurydice is an optically and aurally...

19 February 2020

 

 

The Actors’ Gang’s production of Can’t Pay? Don’t Pay! is a synergy of Hollywood slapstick a la the Three Stooges and American TV show s like I Love Lucy, The Honeymooners and Roseanne...

17 February 2020

[NOTE: For those unfamiliar with Frida Kahlo’s life, this review may contain plot spoilers.]

 

If Howard Zinn penned “People’s Histories” and Oliver Stone filmed “Untold Histories,” Latinx playwright Odalys Nanin’s...

16 February 2020

Rogue Machine’s West Coast premiere of award winning British playwright Mike Bartlett’s Earthquakes in London is, according to Rogue’s artistic director and the drama’s co-director John Perrin Flynn, “quite simply, the best play...

14 February 2020

 

Alfred Molina renders a devastating depiction of dementia in Florian Zeller’s award winning The Father. Ably directed by Jessica Kubzansky, this one-act Alzheimer-palooza is staged in what is usually described as a “...

06 February 2020

The Anti-Blacklist/HUAC/McCarthyism community and free speech champions everywhere have lost two of our historic giants. It has been widely reported that actor/producer KIRK DOUGLAS passed away at the age of 103....

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