Open Fist Theatre
Los Angeles, CA 90038
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Why Two Celebrated Theaters Have to Leave Their Hollywood Homes
2 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Last month, at about the same time, Open Fist Theatre Company and Celebration Theatre gave notice to their respective landlords, the primary reason being rent increases that were pricing them out. Particularly disturbing about this ...
2 years ago by Deborah Klugman
Subtlety and skill are on ample display in this duo of Horton Foote one-acts, directed by Scott Paulin. "A Woman of Property," set in Foote's Harrison, Texas, in 1925, revolves around a high-spirited, 15-year-old named Wilma (Juliet...
The Black Glass at the Hollywood Fringe and Heartbreak House at Theatricum Botanicum
3 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Playwright-director Guy Zimmerman dedicated his new 60-minute play in two scenes, The Black Glass, to the protesters of Occupy Wall Street. This is a fair indication of where his sympathies lie when it comes to the kinds of corporat...
Early and Often
3 years ago by Paul Birchall
Not since the anticapitalist plays of Brecht have we seen such a savage and cynical send-up of Chicago as that presented in this amusingly sour comedy by Barbara Wallace and Thomas R. Wolfe. On the eve of JFK's election, a state sen...