"Somewhere in The Middle" theatre review now playing at Crown City Theatre in the NoHo Arts District extends to October 22.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, especially for the Group Rep at the Lonny Chapman Theatre, which for more than three decades has provided holiday cheer for children-in-need.
“New Singers, Young & Passionate Is “All I Want Is Magic”
Director Gloria Gifford does another amazing job at coordinating and guiding basically what I would call a ‘free music session’ of new singers at the Theatre Unlimited/T.U. Studios in North Hollywood. For these performers who want to showcase their personalities and talents, it was an evening of the subject of Love and its impact or lack of impact with the songs they each chose. It’s about what it meant to them in describing their young experiences in their song choices.
“Dancing On The Edge Is A Wonderful Showcase Of Movement Style”
A contemporary theatergoer attending a production of “The Women” by Clare Booth Luce should expect that men will squirm from embarrassment and guilt and that women will express audible disgust at female characters who seem pathetically naïve or deferential. Leaving the theater, both genders will reaffirm their relief that conditions are far better for women today than in 1936, when the play debuted on Broadway.