Category Archives: Theater

‘Rainbow Bridge’ A Comedy About a Mother, a Sister and a Dog

‘Rainbow Bridge’ directed by Mike Myers and written by Ron Nelson is a new comedy now playing at Santa Monica’s Ruskin Theatre. When the play opens, we meet Jerry (Paul Schackman) a lawyer who is at his vet, Dr. Klein’s … Continue reading

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‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’ is Theatre at its Best

‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’ is based on the best selling novel written by Mark Haddon. It’s the story of a 15 year old math genius, Christopher Boone (the extraordinary Adam Langdon) a high-functioning boy who … Continue reading

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Theatre Review: ‘Shout Sister Shout’ The Story of the First Lady of Rock & Roll

Long before the great female rocker Janis Joplin came on the scene, there was a lady named, Rosetta Tharpe, a gospel singer born in Cotton Plant, Arkansas in 1915. Miss Tharpe was gospel’s first superstar and the preeminent crossover figure … Continue reading

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Charity Auction for Planned Parenthood at Amoeba Music

Amoeba Music in Hollywood presents a charity auction for Planned Parenthood on Saturday, August 5th at 4pm, with actress/musician host Tawny Newsome (“Bajillion Dollar Propertie$”). Go bid on items like concert tickets, gift certificates and collectibles, including tickets to see … Continue reading

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Don Most Talks About Happy Days, Directing and His Love of Big Band Music and Creating His New Mostly Swinging CD

Donny Most started out his career working as an actor, portraying Ralph Malph on the iconic TV show Happy Days. More roles came, on shows like Love Boat, Teen Wolf, Murder She Wrote, Star Trek: Voyager, Glee and Family Guy. … Continue reading

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Savion Glover Plus the Reopening of the Ford Amphitheater Equals Perfection

After going through a 70 million dollar renovation, the Ford Amphitheater, which originally was built in 1920, reopened with an incredible show Saturday. The amazing Savion Glover tapped to the sounds of Dance Candy, a super tight jazz group, that … Continue reading

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Belle, Book & Candle: Bewitching Burlesque & Psychics 7/19

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‘I Am Not A Comedian…I’m Lenny Bruce’ and Ronnie Marmo Brilliantly Shows Us Why

Lenny Bruce was not only a comic legend, but was one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. ¬†His work had an impact on everything from politics, music, film and of course comedy. It’s because of Bruce’s legal battles … Continue reading

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‘Emmitt & Ava’ A Tale of Love, Loss and Acceptance

“Emmitt & Ava” is a play written and directed by two-time Ovation winner Dominic Hoffman. The story is about two families, unacquainted with one another, who suddenly find themselves forced to communicate on the most intimate of terms. When the … Continue reading

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“Jersey Boys” at the Ahmanson Theatre – Oh, What A Night

“Jersey Boys” is what I call a feel good¬†jukebox musical. Whether you’re a fan of The Four Seasons or not, by the time you leave the theatre, you’ll be singing many of the great songs the group wrote and recorded. … Continue reading

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