Based in Southern California, not far from Downtown Hollywood - Lorenzo Marchessi. has always enjoyed movies, music and theatre first hand. Currently living in the San Fernando Valley Area called the ‘No Ho Arts District properly’ (Originally from Chicago!) – More than fond of Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure, Dramas, Animation, Independent Films and of course Comedies. I like the short film and the long film (as long as their good!) I saw my first film at the age of six - HELLO DOLLY and I saw LOGAN'S RUN ten times in the theatre! Having actually worked in the production of Film, TV, Radio and live Theatre I can always understand the work that goes into creating ANY Movie, Television Show, Theatre Production, DVD, CD's and even Live Concerts. I love to write and been doing it for decades - literally! I always appreciate any feedback or comments! P.S. My all-time favorite film is ITS A WONDERFUL LIFE along with THE LITTLE MERMAID and THE DESCENDANTS, my favorite TV series of all-time is STAR TREK as well as FRINGE and THE BIG BANG THEORY, my favorite performing artist of all-time is BARRY MANILOW, my favorite actor of all time MR. JACK LEMON and my favorite theatrical productions to date is WICKED and THE PRODUCERS. Contact: Lorenzo M. at Lorenzo@LandMProductions.com !
"Compassionate, Powerful And Intense Is "The CRUCIBLE"
“Sweaty Passion, Anger and Confusion is “Fool For Love!”
“Stuck in Neutral Is an Excellent Example of Reality Hitting Home”
“Porters of Hellsgate Theatre Company Is Back With Shakespeare And It’s The Bomb!”
'PL.A.Y Noir’ Is Four Magnificent, Stylized Shorts Worth Watching!”
“Little Mary Sunshine Is Like A Fresh Bowl Of Corn Flakes”
Imagine yourself back in 1910 during the days of the old melodramas where there was a ‘damsel in distress’ and it was the proud Mounties of the western woods that patrolled the forests of our nation to come ‘save the day!’ against those mischievous indians and evil villains. Well, the West Valley Playhouse in Canoga Park has a rousingly jolly production of “Little Mary Sunshine” that was originally produced off Broadway back in 1959.
“A Satirical Look At The “Low Tech” World We Are Plugged Into”
“Zombie Joe’s Makes The Brothers Grimm Proud”
“Scanty, Snappy and Fun! The Owl and The Pussycat!”
"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.
“It’s A Baby Mystery! Really, Edward Albee’s Take On Miss-Direction?”
American playwright Edward Albee saw the first production of his play "The Play About The Baby" in 1998 in Malvern, Worcestrershire, England. But you won’t have to travel across the Atlantic Ocean to see the play because The Red Brick Road Theatre Company presents it in a stylish way right here in North Hollywood, CA.