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Writer, critic and marketing expert whose passion for odd culture knows no bounds.

Theater Review (LA): The Miracle Worker at Actors Co-op

William Gibson's Tony award-winning classic receives an enthusiastic revival in Hollywood. Read More »

Movie Review: Stitches (2012)

On April Fools night, I attended the gala red carpet American premiere of Stitches, an Irish horror spoof starring Ross Noble, an English comedian who has yet to be well-known in the States, but this film may help to start opening doors in America for him. Noble wasn’t present at the screening, but the film’s director/co-writer, Conor McMahon, and its ... Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Marilyn – My Secret at Macha Theatre

Familiar incidents in the life of Marilyn Monroe are retold in this by-the-numbers comedy-drama. Read More »

Joe Weider: Farewell to the Master Blaster

Joe Weider dies at 93; his legacy lives on. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): One Night with Janis Joplin at the Pasadena Playhouse

The legendary rocker lives again in an extraordinarily entertaining musical show. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Trainspotting at Elephant Theatre

Irvine Welsh's cult novel receives an energetic revival in Hollywood from seat of your pants Productions. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs at Theatre Asylum

Mike Daisey's controversial monologue receives a makeover in Theatre Asylum's new production. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): To Be Young, Gifted and Black at Actors Co-op

The production is fine but the content is flat in this portrait of the groundbreaking playwright. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): The Snake Can at the Odyssey

Kathryn Graf's new comedy-drama follows the lives of three middle-aged New Yorkers as they search for romance and personal fulfillment. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Avenue Q at the Met

The Tony Award-winning musical comes to the Met Theatre in Hollywood with a gleefully entertaining production. Read More »