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From death to life and love

On December 18th 2012 Ron Irwin dropped dead in his home in Burbank, California. He had been working at his computer and when he stood up he could not breath; not a single breath. Quickly he went black and dropped […]

From death to life and love

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On December 18th 2012 Ron Irwin dropped dead in his home in Burbank, California. He had been working at his computer and when he stood up he could not breath; not a single breath. Quickly he went black and dropped […]

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Doraelia Ruiz: Never Yes No Me You

Los Angeles (February 2017) — Recent MFA graduate Doraelia Ruiz wants us to understand the tragedy of heartbreak with work that forces honesty and brutality to conflate in dynamically

Circus 1903 is simply sensational

From the warm and wild start of the Ring Master through each and every eye popping heart pounding utterly breath taking act to follow Circus 1903 is beyond any

The Princess and the Frog is great fun for everyone

Let’s get straight to the point here; this is a must see show for children ages one day to I’d say around 95 years or so. But, yeah the

Grammy Awards about to begin at Staples Center

The 59th Annual Grammy Awards are set to begin at 5 p.m. PT. A star-studded Red Carpet show is taking place as musical artists from around the world descend

Jazz singer Al jarreau has died

Jazz singer Al Jarreau passed away here in Los Angeles. He had been hospitalized for exhaustion shortly before he died. The Milwaukee, Wisconsin-born singer, Alwin Lopez Jarreau, started his music

Opportunity at the Border

When opportunity knocks at the border with a lead pipe. Click to

And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little is a lot of fun

Written by Paul Zindel in the late 1960’s And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little is a dark comedy that played on Broadway in 1971 for 108 performances. Now it

Donald Trump: The winter of our discontent as Trumpettes party

It’s doubtful Donald Trump ever read The Winter of our Discontent, John Steinbeck’s 1961 novel about greed, xenophobia, and corruption in Eisenhower-era America. But for fans of Steinbeck like me,

War Stories is a look at the comedy of love

Currently at the intimate yet charming theatre known as Actors Workout Studio this intriguing slice of theatrical life they call War Stories is in fact a complex and sometimes

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