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Hollywood Fringe Fest Theater Reviews: ‘Timeheart’ and ‘Nerd Anarchy’

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Two nerdy musical fantasies make their debuts at this year's Hollywood Fringe, with one being far more successful than the other. Read More »

Hollywood Fringe Theater Reviews: ‘What Be G*d is Blessing’ and ‘The Legend of Bobby Darin’

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Two different one-man shows covering two completely different topics have something in common: excellence in performance and craftsmanship. Read More »

Hollywood Fringe Fest Theater Review: ‘Sin: A Pop Opera’ and ‘Annabella’

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A modern "Faust" and a musical fairy tale fail to live up to their full potential in their Fringe debuts. Read More »

Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘True West’ by Sam Shepard

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Shepard's tragicomedy is brought to explosive life in AtticRep's gripping production. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Mad Movies with the L.A. Connection’ by Mike White

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The history of the cult '80s TV series is chronicled in an entertaining and illuminating new book. Read More »

IFFF: The Kid-Safe Hollywood Film Festival

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Not everything that comes out of Hollywood is full of sex, violence, and drugs. That is especially true of the recent International Family Film Festival (IFFF). Read More »

Book Review: ‘Tinseltown’ by William J. Mann

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A look back into the history of Hollywood takes us into a more sinister and shady backdrop of murder. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘Dorian’s Descent’

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Oscar Wilde’s cautionary tale from 1890 is adapted for the musical stage in an overlong and repetitive production. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘Fat Pig’ by Neil LaBute

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LaBute's examination of relationships and body image receives a solid revival at the Hudson Mainstage Theater in Hollywood. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘Doctor Anonymous’ by Guy Fredrick Glass

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The true story of a psychiatrist’s struggle with his sexuality at the dawn of the Gay Pride movement is dramatized in an earnest but uneven production. Read More »