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“Rabbit Hole” or Aleppo USA

This tightly written tragic/comedy/drama earned a coveted Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama for its creator David Lindsay-Abaire in 2007. Ten years later it has arrived on a Los Angeles Stage at the warm and cozy Lounge Theatre starring Toni Christopher, […]

“Rabbit Hole” or Aleppo USA

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This tightly written tragic/comedy/drama earned a coveted Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama for its creator David Lindsay-Abaire in 2007. Ten years later it has arrived on a Los Angeles Stage at the warm and cozy Lounge Theatre starring Toni Christopher, […]

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Supper is one meal you will never forget

Four brothers of an extremely wealthy and privileged family gather in Japan for the marriage of the one brother least likely to marry, that is the one clearly least

Punk Rock will rock your world in ways you never imagined

The setting is a pleasant British prep school where a small group of divergent young men and women gather to exchange words, dreams and ideas. At first the banter

Falcon Theatre presents “The Complete History of Comedy (abridged)”

The show begins much as humanity is believed to have begun as cavemen and cavewomen. Soon the very pregnant cavewoman begins squirting out babies, lots and lots of babies

Where the Numbers End is a gritty view of Hell’s Kitchen

There was once a very rough place in a very tough town. It is located on the west side of Midtown Manhattan and they call it “Hell’s Kitchen.” Once

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof still sizzles after 62 years

To kick off its brand new and I will say dazzlingly facility in Glendale, California the just completed Kiki & David Gindler Performing Arts Center, the always top performing

Dance and sing with An American in Paris

It is the Tony Award winning stage version of the 1951 multiple Oscar winning film classic An American in Paris and it is nothing short of spectacular. Few moments

The Snow Geese is a story about family

The story is set in November of 1917. Elizabeth Gaesling [played by Melissa Chalsma] is the recently widowed family matriarch. Her and other family members gather at their hunting

“A Wrinkle in Time” is for children of all ages

A Wrinkle in Time was first launched as a science fantasy novel in 1963. It was written by American writer Madeline L’Engle and was aimed at the children to

Dis-Inherit the Wind: Where science and spirituality meet

The show begins in a University lecture hall where Professor Bertram Cates is presenting an abundance of details about the biological and physical structure of the human body. Compelling

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