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Category Archives: Theater
Billy’s Fish Fry and Community Social is Back This Thursday: Music, Art and Performance by Talented People in Our Community; and Free Too!
Billy’s Fish Fry and Community Social is back and you’re invited! Back by popular demand, Billy’s Fish Fry and Community Social is now a quarterly event. Still held at the La Luz de Jesus Gallery In the Los Feliz neighborhood, … Continue reading
The Steve Allen Theater in Los Feliz has been home to some pretty incredible events. Trepany House may have outdone themselves this time by bringing Re-animator to life once again. The musical has been touring the country to rave reviews, and … Continue reading
There is a small, pitch black cracker box of a theater near the NoHo sign in the valley where the spirit of Halloween and all things dark and disturbing find a place to rest their fangs and horns all year … Continue reading
DOMA Theatre’s “Young Frankenstein”: All the Ambient Creepiness of Halloween yet just as Magical and Heartwarming as Christmas!
TRUTH: Frankenstein is actually a really nice guy, can rock some pretty sweet dance moves–despite his clunky, awkward, thick soled boots—(How he doesn’t trip over those things? I’m still trying to figure.) and smells ever so slightly of aloe vera, … Continue reading
“Actors & Others for Animals” President Jo Anne Worley Generates Excitement for this Coming Monday’s “Celebrity Autobiography” Fundraiser!
With Actors & Others for Animals and Celebrity Autobiography only a few nights away, I was lucky enough to catch up with Mistress of Ceremonies herself: Jo Anne Worley. The fundraiser, slated to take place this coming Monday October 13th, … Continue reading
Sick of this accursed heatwave? Longing for the thrills and chills of the Halloween season to commence? No need to pray to the Great Old Ones, just slither on down to the little theater on the corner of Lexington and … Continue reading
The Ventura County Gilbert & Sullivan Repertoire Company is presenting Gilbert & Sullivan’s most popular and most frequently globally produced operetta, The Mikado. Written in 1865 and set in an imaginary Japanese village, it provides a beautiful setting for Sir … Continue reading
Ever been so hell bent on staying with someone you ended up taking anti-depressants just to “live the dream”…? Ah, Love…ROMANTIC LOVE: It sure looks good doesn’t it? –On PAPER, (predominantly within the confines of the pages of a book, … Continue reading
Ed Asner: An Artist of Acquired and Illustrious Acting Skill, Activism, Altruism, and Abundantly Avuncular Appeal!
I approach the mid-sized, one level house in the Valley with decided anticipation. To the left of the door a small sign reads, “Forget the dog, Beware the Owner!” The housekeeper answers the bell in welcoming fashion. Framed photos of awards … Continue reading
Eager to get a jump on the Halloween season? Well, the stars are in alignment and the Great Old Ones have heard your prayers! L.A. horror theatre troupe, The Visceral Company, is previewing an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Call of … Continue reading