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‘Shame of Thrones: The Musical’ A song of laughter and fun

After a successful run off Broadway Shame of Thrones: The Musicalis revamped and back in Los Angeles at the Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks, California. It’s directed by Rachel Stein and produced by Steven Christopher Parker, Steven Brandon, Erin Stegeman […]

‘Shame of Thrones: The Musical’ A song of laughter and fun

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After a successful run off Broadway Shame of Thrones: The Musicalis revamped and back in Los Angeles at the Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks, California. It’s directed by Rachel Stein and produced by Steven Christopher Parker, Steven Brandon, Erin Stegeman […]

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Victory has ‘The End of Sex’ and more

The show opens with a man and a woman talking in their home. Upstairs they believe are a young man and young women who are guests for the night.

Sister Mary gets in the act in Boyle Heights

I have been blessed with a very long history of viewing and enjoying theatre going all the way back to 1950 in Chicago. Later in life I had the

Agatha Christie’s The Secret of Chimneys

The Secret of Chimneys has more twists and turns than a renegade tornado. Lord Caterham has been persuaded to host a party at his country estate Chimneys. In attendance

CATS is as spectacular as it is unique

CATS is the fourth longest running show in Broadway history and now it has returned to Los Angeles and the magnificent Hollywood Pantages Theatre. Based on a book by

‘Tuesdays with Morrie’ is a powerful love story

Journalist Mitch Albom wrote a book, a memoir detailing the powerful emotions generated as he stood by his long time best friend Morrie Schwartz as he, Morrie came to

Hello Dolly! Welcome to Hollywood

If you are the type of theatre goer who demands of each performance the absolute best in story line, performance, undeniable music, riveting stagecraft, abundant humor and pure nonstop

Dan Sugimoto takes a close up look at suicide

HOLLYWOOD, CA — Dan Sugimoto, best known for his roles in “This Keeps Happening” and “Fantasy Fights,” is launching a play written by him entitled: A DATE WITH DEATH – A Musical Romance. It examines his

‘Show Pony’ will keep you laughing

It all begins in the boardroom of a large advertising agency in New York City. One by one women show up expecting to put the final touches on a

UK Underdog is a story of discovery

Steve Spiro grew up in the United Kingdom. He was raised in a modest household with his always cooking mother, his taxi driving father and his somewhat curmudgeon but

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