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Review by: Peter Foldy "God Forever, Beatles Never" and "Go Home Beatles" were just some of the derogatory slogans painted on placards during protests against the world's number one rock band in 1966. Encouraged by the Christian right, kids all over America and the UK were suddenly smashing Beatles records...
Review by Peter Foldy After the "N" word is spray painted onto the home of young Carly Uhlenbeek (Jasmine St. Clair), an African/American girl living in an innocent, all-white community, she gathers her friends from the 7th grade where the kids decide to reenact the crime in order to figure...
by Dale Reynolds Based on the novels of Håkan Nesser, wherein a retired northern European chief detective opens up a used book shop for his leisure time, but cops – friends from the force, or not – keep coming in to test his skills on difficult cases. In Season One,...
Reviewed by: Dale Reynolds In Antaeus’ recent re-discovery of semi-lost plays, DIANA OF DOBSON'S the director, Casey Stangl, has partner-cast it with great aplomb. Written in 1908, in England, playwright Cicely Hamilton (1872-1952), a confirmed feminist and suffragette in her day, makes her political and social points about the problems...
Review by: Dale Reynolds These days we’re all aware of the growing amount of class LGBTQ theatre, and there is now also positive growth in outsiders’ perceptions of this persecuted minority. A major addition to this growing output will send you running to the historic Fountain Theatre in Hollywood to...
Review by: Peter Foldy It is well documented fact that a boy's relationship with his father is probably the most important one he will ever know. A hostile or unavailable father can burden a young man with bagage that he may carry for the rest of his life. This was...
LOS ANGELES (May 2, 2019) — In observance of Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Simon Wiesenthal Center today announced casting for a new play about Anne Frank that will celebrate what would have been her 90th birthday this summer. Eve Brandstein will direct Timothy P. Brown, Rob Brownstein, Tony DeCarlo, Andrea...
Review by: Peter Foldy Although many refer to them as the greatest generation, Americans who fought World War II, or whose labor helped win it, had, like all generations, the potential for lapses in morality. Arthur Miller's classic play, ALL MY SONS, first performed on Broadway in 1947,  highlights one...
April 6, 2019 Recently completing a starring role in the world premiere of Paradise Square at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre in the San Francisco Bay Area, KEVIN DENNIS has been a rising star in Canada since the late 1990s. He has landed leading roles in stage productions by respected theatre...
Review by Peter Foldy First produced in L.A. in 2011, and off Broadway in 2013, SMALL ENGINE REPAIR is a taunt, character-driven drama that uses humor to draw you in before taking us to the dark side. Written by John Pollono, who starred in both previous incarnations, the story introduces us...