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Echo Theatre debuts “An Undivided Heart”

Ponder this: You are a well-educated person engaged in a profession you deeply love.  You have held the organization you work for in extremely high regard. Then one day you learn something about another person holding a position of power […]

Echo Theatre debuts “An Undivided Heart”

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Ponder this: You are a well-educated person engaged in a profession you deeply love.  You have held the organization you work for in extremely high regard. Then one day you learn something about another person holding a position of power […]

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Unemployed Elephants take over Burbank

Okay so maybe that isn’t totally accurate because elephants unemployed or otherwise have not swarmed Burbank, but the love story written by acclaimed playwright Wendy Graf and entitled Unemployed

Take a wild ride with the “Year of the Rooster”

The Year of the Rooster is without doubt the weirdest or certainly among the weirdest play I have ever seen and I have seen thousands. Now I am saying

Cultures collide and happiness wins in Northern Minnesota

Located in what Angelino’s and New Yorker’s would simply dismiss as “fly over country” are many small towns in the North Woods of Minnesota and in one of those

Ted Ryan to appear on “The Actor’s Choice” TV show

Sometimes Great Things Happen Recently I reviewed a truly great play, The Cape and the Klan, written by Tin Penavic and Ted Ryan and performed by a true five-star cast.

“The Cape and the Klan” is absolutely the best show in town

Okay I will admit that if you are the type of theatre goer who only enjoys musicals then by all means renew your Pantages membership. You can also explore the

‘The Hothouse’ is more than a little crazy

The Hothouse was written by Nobel Prize for Literature winning playwright Harold Pinter and is now onstage with the Antaeus Theatre Company in Glendale, California. Dual casts are directed

The not so great ‘Chinese Wall’

Over the years I have been privileged to see many plays at the Lonny Chapman Theatre, most if not all of them presented by The Group Rep and all

Pearl Harbor attack and its consequences come to life in ‘Nothing is the Same’

It was a pleasant warm day in Hawaii on December 7th 1941. Children were having great fun playing marbles and gently teasing each other as children often will do.

Love is the lesson in ‘The Enchanted Nightingale’

The Garry Marshall Theatre in Burbank is well and correctly known for its visual appeal and comfort and for being a venue where the entertainment shines bright. But the

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