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Written by William Shakespeare - Directed by Shira Dubrovner

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Don't bother flying to New York to see a Broadway Show....Go see "Dreamgirls" at Cupcake Theatre. I seldom write a review but this musical was truly remarkable. 

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The Group Rep presents Arthur Miller’s "All My Sons" at the Lonny Chapman Theatre in the NoHo Arts District.

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Actors Workout Studio Presents: The Writers Group Production, “Tonight’s The Night”   Running June 29 - July 14, Fridays and Saturdays at 8PM.

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“The Marvelous Wonderettes” @ Crown City Theatre in North Hollywood extends through February 25, 2018!

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Until Sherlock Through the Looking-Glass, I was worried that Benedict Cumberbatch, the embodiment of the impish genius in the latest BBC series, had ruined me for all future incarnations of the detective world’s most interesting mega-geek. Rest assured that Kevin Stidham’s brilliant performance in the title role of the Porters of Hellsgate’s production made me realize there is clearly more than one man for the job.

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“Suburban Showgirl Is a Wonderful One-Woman Journey of Dance, Music and Song!”

“Zombie Joe’s Makes The Brothers Grimm Proud”

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“Scanty, Snappy and Fun! The Owl and The Pussycat!”

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"The Owl and the Pussycat" is based on a play by Bill Manhoff and more popularized by a screenplay written by Buck Henry for George Segal and Barbara Streisand in 1970. It  has always been a fun story of a ‘cat’n’mouse’  dynamic between two very different people and there is no better play about when opposites attract each other.

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In staging "Macbeth" for the Antaeus Company, director Jessica Kubzansky offers a different explanation for the title character's swift transformation from hero to murderer; profound grief. Neither the scheming of the witches (Fran Bennett, Susan Boyd Joyce, and Elizabeth Swain) nor his own previously disguised lust for power finally prompts this Macbeth (Bo Foxworth) to turn evil, but the unbearable pain of having lost an infant child.

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