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Hollywood Fringe Festival 2014: A Preview
2 years ago by L.A. Weekly
The Hollywood Fringe Festival officially begins today, and L.A. Weekly has teamed with the theater website Stage Raw to review as many shows as possible. Here are our reviews of some of the shows performed during the Fringe's previe...
A Good Grief and Lone-Anon, Two Plays About Group Therapy
2 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Coincidentally, two unrelated plays about group therapy opened last week in small theaters less than a mile from one another. Neil McGowan's comedy Lone-Anon, about maladroit loners subjected to court-ordered therapy, is running lat...
The Fool & the Red Queen
4 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
“It’s a protest. It’s a love story.” So begins the explanation by experimental filmmakers Chauncey and Rondell (Jack Kehler and Gray Palmer) to a world-weary L.A. actor, Gary (John Diehl), who’s in for ...
Days of Wine and RosesWine
4 years ago by Pauline Adamek
J.P. Miller's 1958 teleplay (later a play and then a feature film) was groundbreaking in its dramatization of the problems of alcoholism. It was the first time many got to see what goes on inside those mysterious Alcoholics Anonymou...