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Navigating with “A Map of Virtue”

There is a new team in town, an experimental theatre company called “Barker Room Rep” and they are strutting their stuff with Erin Courtney’s award winning play A Map of Virtue at the Atwater Village Theatre. It begins with a […]

Navigating with “A Map of Virtue”

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There is a new team in town, an experimental theatre company called “Barker Room Rep” and they are strutting their stuff with Erin Courtney’s award winning play A Map of Virtue at the Atwater Village Theatre. It begins with a […]

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Have a laugh at “The Man Who Came to Dinner”

Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman The Man Who Came to Dinner was first produced on stage in 1939 and has been on many stages around the

‘Les Liaisons dangereuses’ gripping, torrid and dark

There are dangerous connections in Southern California these days and they don’t all involve Harvey Weinstein. In fact one such dangerous connection had its beginnings in France way back

James Eckhouse: Lunch with a legend

Sometimes my work as a theatrical reviewer brings unexpected yet deeply pleasing perks.  One such incident just occurred. A few days ago I happened to review a shockingly powerful

Storybook Theatre presents “The Ugly Duckling”

Written by Hans Christian Andersen and first published in 1843 The Ugly Duckling is a story of transformation, acceptance and healthy interrelationships. It told the story well then and

Theatre West presents the award-winning “The Face Behind the Face Behind the Face”

As I sat in my seat at the charming Theatre West watching the undeniably vastly talented award winning actor/singer Anthony Gruppuso take us on a wild ride through the

Actor’s Co-op presents Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The 39 Steps’

Award winning Actor’s Co-op Theatre Company has just launched its 26th season with Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps, adapted by Patrick Barlow. Okay so say Alfred Hitchcock and what

“Master Class” is the best show in town

Master Class was written by acclaimed playwright and longtime friend of Garry Marshall, Terrence McNally. It was also one of Garry’s favorite plays and now it has become one

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.

“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

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