Category Archives: Theater

In “Martha,” Christina Carlisi Exquisitely Brings Martha Graham To Life

Actress/dancer, Christina Carlisi is breathing life into the great Martha Graham at the Whitefire Theatre and you do not want to miss it. For those of you unfamiliar with Miss Martha Graham, she was the most influential, dancer/choreographer of the Twentieth century. … Continue reading

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“Married People: A Comedy” A Terrific New Play About Love and Acceptance.

Every so often you go to the theatre and get really pleasantly surprised by what you are seeing on stage and that’s exactly what happened to me last night when I attended the opening of a brand new play entitled … Continue reading

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“Fun Home” Is So Much More Than Fun

In fact, “Fun Home” based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechtel, with music by Jeanine Tesoro, and book and lyrics by Lisa Kron, is absolutely brilliant. Yes, it’s fun and funny, but it’s also a fascinating, original  and poignant character … Continue reading

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Visiting Lancaster Offers A Creative Art Scene, Theaters and Delicious Restaurants Along The BLVD

Most Angelenos know that the southern border of Los Angeles County ends at the “Orange Curtain”. Many think that the northern border lies just past the San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys. Los Angeles County, however, is much more diverse … Continue reading

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‘Forever Plaid’ A Musical Journey Down Memory Lane

‘Forever Plaid’ premiered in New York City in 1989 and ran for five years. Since then it has been produced across the country and internationally. Having seen it twice before, I can honestly say that it has not lost its … Continue reading

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‘Lyrics From Lockdown’ A Multimedia Production About Living Life While Black

‘Lyrics From Lockdown’ is a true story and Bryonn Bain lived it. He was racially profiled and wrongfully incarcerated by the New York police when he was a Harvard Law student. Once released, Bain’s saga became a cover story for the … Continue reading

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Interview: James Conlon & Lisa Sutton Discuss Pittance Chamber Music’s Program of Mozart and Mendelssohn at Zipper Hall

Pittance Chamber Music presents its second concert of the 2016/17 season at 8pm this Friday, February 3rd, at Zipper Hall.  The program will feature Mozart’s Serenade No. 10 in B flat (often referred to as the “Gran Partita” after an … Continue reading

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“The Belle of Amherst”: The Untold Story of Emily Dickinson

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The Devil, You Say! A Fundraiser for The Satanic Temple of Los Angeles

January 14, Das Bunker and The Satanic Temple present “Satanic Mass,” an evening of music, dance, ritual, and tales of possessed felines. Starting at 7pm, the night will include an “Invocation Ritual” with live music by 3teeth, a Destruction Ritual with … Continue reading

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“Bob’s Holiday Office Party”: Dreaming Of A White Bread Christmas

Everyone has their favorite entertainment specials they look forward to each year. For many it’s the 24-hour marathon of “A Christmas Story.” “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer,” directed by the 3D puppet masters Rankin and Bass, is being handed from … Continue reading

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