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Road Theatre Company presents “Stupid Kid”

The story actually begins 14 years before the current day when then young Chick Ford inexplicably stands up in court and pleads guilty to the murder of his girlfriend. All along he maintained his innocence yet he plead guilty and […]

Road Theatre Company presents “Stupid Kid”

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The story actually begins 14 years before the current day when then young Chick Ford inexplicably stands up in court and pleads guilty to the murder of his girlfriend. All along he maintained his innocence yet he plead guilty and […]

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“Fixed” is a story of love that never had a chance

Wow! I couldn’t quite believe what I was seeing. It reached down deep within me and brought back powerful memories from over a half century ago and now here

“Walking to Buchenwald” is a journey into extreme

Currently on stage at the Atwater Village Theatre the Open Fist Theatre Company presents Walking to Buchanwald written by Tom Jacobson. It is a fairly short two act show

‘Lost in Yonkers’ powerful and hilarious

The Group Rep at the Lonny Chapman Theatre has a long and noble history of presenting truly outstanding performances and their latest offering of Neil Simon’s multi-award winning comedic

“American Home” revisits an American crisis

From 2007 through 2010 a massive financial crisis swept across all of America causing many thousands of people to lose their homes by foreclosure. Leading up to the crisis

Echo Theatre Company brings more innovation with “Nevertheless She Persisted”

The Echo Theatre Company has premiered 60 plays, most of them world premieres. It has won numerous awards including multiple awards from L.A. Weekly and Ovation. In their own

Honky Tonk Laundry is foot-stomping’, knee-slappin’ fun

If you like country music and I mean good old fashion s**t kicking Grand Ole Opry playing country music than you will absolutely love this show. The two principal

Sierra Madre Playhouse has a Dream on Royal Street

The Dream on Royal Street is currently on stage at the Sierra Madre Playhouse, a venue with a long history of staging great theatrical performances. They have labelled this show

Zany passion: The Marvelous and more Wonderettes

The year is 1958 and the location is Springfield High School or pretty much any high school in Anytown USA and it is senior prom night. The entertainment is

Sacred Fools Theatre Company presents “Any Night” and it is not ordinary

As the show begins there are two players on stage. Their relationship is at best vague yet in some ways strong. There is some dancing and dialogue evolves as

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