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Liana and Ben is all about time

Liana is a psychologist, perhaps, in session with a rather mysterious woman. The woman leaves and Liana is immediately joined by Ben yet another mysterious character. There is clearly both passion and tension between them and as the story unfolds […]

Liana and Ben is all about time

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Liana is a psychologist, perhaps, in session with a rather mysterious woman. The woman leaves and Liana is immediately joined by Ben yet another mysterious character. There is clearly both passion and tension between them and as the story unfolds […]

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Insanity and genius meet For Piano and Harpo

Before I could get down to the serious business of writing this review of the latest masterpiece playing at the Falcon Theatre in Burbank, California I needed a moment

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

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

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

Motown is back in our town

The Broadway smash hit Motown the Musical is back on the road and happily back in Los Angeles with all of its beauty and power and a story of

Witness for the Prosecution as compelling as real courtrooms

The Group Rep has a long and glorious history of presenting shows in the highest of theatrical quality, proving time and again the truth which is it is the

Found Dog Ribbon Dance is a cuddly story about love

It starts off easy, sweet and very funny. Norma is a professional cuddler. Now I have heard of professional cuddlers but to my knowledge I have never met one

Bee-Luther-Hatchee can raise your game

Just try and imagine the overwhelming thrill of it all. You are Shelita Burns a young African American female and you are an editor at a major New York

On stage in Hollywood: The King and I

The roots run very deep for the The King and I starting with the memoirs of Anna Leonowens, governess to the children of King Mongkut of Siam in the

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