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John Steinbeck’s “In Dubious Battle” can help us navigate social discord

Rarely since the Great Depression has our country been as polarized and angry as it is today. On television, in newspapers, on social media, around the office water cooler, in line at the supermarket, even at the family dinner table, […]

John Steinbeck’s “In Dubious Battle” can help us navigate social discord

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Rarely since the Great Depression has our country been as polarized and angry as it is today. On television, in newspapers, on social media, around the office water cooler, in line at the supermarket, even at the family dinner table, […]

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Kate Huffman rocks the Fringe Festival

In what is by far the most entertaining one-person show I have ever seen anywhere anytime Kate Huffman is knocking it out of the park. Her one woman show

Fringe Festival presents “love in the time of taksim”

love in the time of taksim is a one person show more to the point a one woman show and I typically don’t much care for one person shows

“Insupressable” rocks the Fringe Festival

It is a short play, only about 40 minutes. It has a relatively large cast eight for a fairly diminutive venue. It is actually a musical. It is also

“Kinsherf’s Coat” a real highlight of Hollywood Fringe, according to unnamed sources

Dramatic Leaks State the ‘Play Without a Play’ is Actually Fun, Innovative Los Angeles — Bombshell reports have surfaced as the Hollywood Fringe sets to open that the weird, experimental

Fringe Festival presents world premiere of “Welcome to Heretofore”

The time is circa 1880 and the location is in America’s great west way out in the outskirts of nowhere. Mr. Barker, played by Steve Nevil, is an elderly

Pain, survival and triumph in “Tough Brown Leather”

A far too young girl, age 8, is forced into a very unsavory sexual situation. This young girl thoroughly enjoyed playing football with the boys and she was good,

Daryl Keith Johnson and Ron Irwin will bring the book “Live, Die, Live Again” to the stage and television

BURBANK, CA   Actor/Producer/Writer Daryl Keith Johnson has entered into a joint venture with Author/Adventurer Ronald R. Irwin a/k/a Ron Irwin for the creation of at least one stage play and a television series based on Irwin’s

The Book of Mormon returns to the Pantages

“The best musical of the century. Heaven on Broadway!” said Ben Brantley of the New York Times. The Book of Mormon has won nine Tony Awards and since its

Kate Huffman is a perfect 10 in her new one woman show

After well over two years in development and one totally discarded script, award winning actress and writer Kate Huffman is ready to launch her hilarious and poignant one person

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