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Theater Review (NYC): Charles L. Mee’s Fêtes de la Nuit

Almost magically, these characters whom we only glimpse come brightly alive, exuding sorrow, angst, joy in turn. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Never In My Lifetime at the Access Theatre

Northern Ireland in the 1970s: On the road to nowhere. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Hellz Kitchen Ablaze by Tommy Carter at the Elephant Stageworks

Crooked detectives want to share in the spoils from a drug bust. The play is taut, tense, full of paranoia and racism. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): The Browning Version by Terence Rattigan at the Pacific Resident Theatre

This nearly perfect play is given a smashing production at Pacific Resident Theatre starring Bruce French and directed by Marilyn Fox. Read More »

Theater Review (Tampa, FL): Wicked

Experience the Wonderful World of Oz as you have never seen it before. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Clybourne Park

1959: a black family is moving into a white neighborhood. 2009: after hard times, the same neighborhood is re-gentrifying. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Mike and Morgan Show at the Access Theatre: What Wouldn’t I Do For You?

Regret being the major theme of the evening, a character reminds the audience that "in the heat of the summer, it is hard to ever imagine being cold." Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): bobrauschenbergamerica by Charles Mee at Inside the Ford

An experimental play about art, love, and America as seen through the eyes of the American artist Robert Rauschenberg. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Project Wonderland by Robert Prior at the Bootleg Theatre

A retelling of Lewis Carroll's classic features Alice as a man in drag, puppets, and many of LA's more adventurous artists. Read More »

Festival Review: NOIR CITY Film Festival — It’s That Noir Time of Year

San Francisco NOIR CITY Film Festival Opens at Castro Theater Read More »