Author Archives: Harrison Held

Harrison Held

About Harrison Held

Harrison Held is a proud Fringe Alumnus performing as Dracula's Assistant Renfield in Down for the Count in producer Dallas Bancroft's Hollywood Shorts which also featured Ed Asner and was directed by John O'Donnell. (Profile photo by John O'Donnell)

Theater Review: “Bye Bye Birdie” at the Fremont Centre Theatre

I attended the exciting and high-spirited opening night of the popular ’60s musical “Bye Bye Birdie” Friday night. This production was presented by Young Stars Theatre, a resident company of the Fremont Centre Theatre in South Pasadena, which is one of my … Continue reading

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Theater Review: “Sawed in Half”

“Sawed in Half” is an entertaining and poignant new one-woman show now playing at the ACME Theatre in North Hollywood. The show stars the bubbly and talented Andrea Mezvinsky, a former magician’s assistant and off Broadway actress. Ms. Mezvinsky  was once crowned … Continue reading

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Ronnie Marmo’s Theatre 68 Grand Opening Party in North Hollywood

Award-winning thespians Joe Mantegna and Carolyn Hennessy join Theatre 68’s acclaimed artistic director Ronnie Marmo at the grand opening party for the gorgeous new theatre located at 5112 Lankershim Boulevard in North Hollywood.  For more info, visit Photo Gallery … Continue reading

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Inaugaral Love International Film Festival Awards Night

The inaugural Love International Film Festival awards night took place recently at the Wilshire Ebel in Los Angeles and it was a smashing success. LIFF, created by actor/film maker Ata Servati, celebrates art & cinema from a global perspective while raising … Continue reading

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