Bill is a freelance writer and theater critic who reviewed his first play for LA Weekly on a typewriter. He was recently named Online Journalist of the Year by the L.A. Press Club.
8 days ago | Theater
One doesn’t have to look very hard to encounter political gestures that offend. To many Angelenos of Mexican descent, for example, building a $21.6 billion “wall” along the U.S.-Mexico border is the political equivalent of being flipped the bird. ...
13 days ago | Theater
C(ovell) is Lesser's most ambitious and wryly funny work to date.
16 days ago
30 days ago | Theater
“Adolescence is a war,” the mystery writer Harlan Coben once shrewdly said of that traumatic collision of self-esteem and self-awareness from which “no one gets out unscathed.” Though the textbooks insist it ends when one reaches “the age of major...
1 month ago
1 month ago | Theater
The free spirit of animator Max Fleischer’s salacious, pre-Code animated flapper, Betty Boop, literally hovers over Jen Silverman’s wisecracking if somewhat undercooked 2016 gender comedy, which is making its West Coast debut at Pasadena’s Boston ...