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Jonas Oppenheim's Free $$$ and Israela Margalit's Trio

8 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
In Israela Margalit's Trio, which just opened at Hollywood's Lounge Theatre, and Jonas Oppenheim's interactive satire Free $$$, at Sacred Fools Theater on Hollywood's eastern edge, love is on the rocks. The former concerns a supremely talented, real-life married couple, pianist-composers Clara and Robert Schumann (Meghan Maureen McDonough and Bjorn...
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A Star Trek Parody Meets British Bedroom Farce

5 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Playwright-director Jonas Oppenheim is one clever, funny guy. Among his past treasures is a site-specific interactive/guerrilla performance piece, I’m Going to Kill the President, in which a prank call to the White House resulted in a police raid on the venue – was it real or was it theater? Oppenheim’s...
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Stage Raw: Hamlet Shut Up

10 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSTHEATER NEW REVIEWSSTAGE FEATURE on Bill Cain's Equivocation and Burglars of Hamm's Land of the TigersHAMLET SHUT UP! Photo by Diane Meyer Jonas Oppenheim's silent version of Hamlet continues this weekend at Sacred Fools Theatre Check back Monday afternoon for reviews of How the Grinch Stole Christmas at...
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Earth Sucks

11 years ago by Paul Birchall
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Stage Raw: Facebook Is So 2004

8 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Photo by Jonas Oppenheim Jonas Oppenheim's faux self-improvement workshop, hosted by Robin and Randy Petraeus, Power Couple, "authors in the field of positive thought energy." Sundays, 7 p.m.; Thu., March 24, 8 p.m.; Thu., March 31, 8 p.m. Continues through April 3. Sacred Fools Theater, 660 N. Heliotrope Dr., L.A.,...
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When Silence Is Golden

10 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
The notion at the heart of Federico Fellini’s last film, Voice of the Moon (1990), is that at night, the water in the well of an Italian village is awakened by the moon and utters faint messages, revelations, wisdom to those prepared, or able, to listen. Fellini’s inspector of wells...
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31st Annual L.A. Weekly Theater Awards

9 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Taking the year 1960, and flying with it, the ensemble of Life Could Be a Dream (Doug Carpenter, Ryan Castellino, Jim Holdridge, Daniel Tatar and Jessica Keenan Wynn) hosted the 31st annual L.A. Weekly Theater Awards on Monday night at El Rey Theatre before a crowd of about 600, mostly...
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Stage Raw: The Masochism of L.A. Theater

10 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSSTAGE FEATURE on plays without words: Hamlet Shut Up! and Violators Will Be ViolatedTHE MASOCHISM OF L.A. THEATERFirst, to throw some pre-emptive perfume in the direction of the stink-bomb I'm about to toss: I think the quality and vivacity on our local stages, particularly in the...

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