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THE ARMADILLO NECKTIE

Saturday, October 21, 8:00PM @ Lonny Chapman Group Repertory Theatre
The Group Rep presents the world premiere of Gus Krieger’s THE ARMADILLO NECKTIE, directed by Drina Durazo, produced by Troy Whitaker. The jet black comedy takes place on the border of Iraq and...
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Sherlock Through the Looking Glass, a Victorian Mash-up of Holmes, Watson and Lewis Carroll

4 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
The opening stanza of Lewis Carroll's poem "Jabberwocky" goes like this: 'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogoves; And the mome raths outgrabe. Perhaps such nonsense verse and satirically inverted logic, also found in Carroll's books such as Alice's...
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Hamlet

8 years ago by Neal Weaver
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Porters of Hellgate's The Merchant of Venice

6 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
One might expect anti-Semitic graffiti in, say, the West Bank, or Eastern Europe, where the history of pogroms is still in the air. But last month a friend and I were walking through a relatively liberal area in central Houston and saw that on the outside wall of a market,...
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Theater Reviews

11 years ago by LA Weekly
THE AWAKENING Joshua (Derek Shaun) saw his father lynched when he was a child, causing his mother to send him away from the hood for his own protection. Now, 21 years later, he has returned, intent on reviving and reforming his local black community. Though he’s supported staunchly by his...
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Theater to See in L.A. This Week: A Christmas Carol That Crawls Inside Scrooge's Head

4 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
A Christmas Carol at Sierra Madre Playhouse crawls inside the head of Scrooge, and nabs this week's Pick of the Week. Our critics also liked a "turbo-charged" A Christmas Carol at Zombie Joe's Underground in North Hollywood. For the latest new theater reviews and regional stage listings, see below. This...
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Blood and Guts: Rampages in The Night Is a Child and Not to Be

8 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
A suburban kid in Brookline, Massachusetts — a good kid, a fine student, a personable young man — goes on a killing spree at his local school, leaving dozens of children and teachers dying in pools of blood. Charles Randolph-Wright’s play, The Night Is A Child, in its West Coast...
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Theater to See in L.A. This Week, Including Bruce Vilanch and Ben Vereen in a Terrific Aladdin

4 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
A "beguiling interactive adaptation" of the Aladdin story is this week's Pick of the Week. It features with Bruce Vilanch and Ben Vereen, among others. Warm feelings also for the just-closed Bash at Hollywood's Theatre Asylum and Second City's A Christmas Carol: Twist Your Dickens at the Kirk Douglas Theatre...
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Theater to See in L.A. This Week: Bette Midler Plays a Legendary Hollywood Agent

4 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht find themselves on the Santa Monica Pier for Paul Sand's Kurt Weill at the Cuttlefish Hotel -- a cabaret that critic Paul Birchall describes as a "tour de force." It's this week's Pick of the Week. Neal Weaver enjoyed I'll East You Last: A Chat...

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