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This Play Is Like a Two-Person Version of The Breakfast Club
5 months ago by Jenny Lower
Adolescent socialization and the fragile tissue of human connection are the subjects of Lauren Gunderson’s I and You directed by Robin Larsen, now receiving its Los Angeles premiere at the Fountain Theatre. Caroline (Jennifer Finch)...
Sometimes the Protagonist Is Masochistic, Sometimes the Audience Is (GO!)
7 months ago by Steven Leigh Morris
When Zayd Dohrn's Reborning at the Fountain Theatre gets something right, it gets it so right that you may be left in a state of disorientation. That something is the gulf of incomprehension between Daizy and Kelly (Ryan Doucette an...
A Witch Tells Her Deep, Dark Secrets
10 months ago by Deborah Klugman
“Things aren’t always what they seem” is the main theme of John Biguenet’s play about a strange old woman with magical powers. It’s a piece you want to praise, given how much and how cruelly old women with (or without) magical power...
The Brothers Size and Drop Dead!, Reviewed
1 year ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Tarell Alvin McCraney's tender, poetical drama The Brothers Size (Fountain Theatre) and Billy Van Zandt & Jane Milmore's meta-theatrical farce Drop Dead! (presented by Theatre 68, at North Hollywood's NoHo Arts Center) share one...