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A fun show full of unexpected realizations and heartwarming moments.Mariah's characters are brilliant, endearing and fascinating to watch, and her story is funny and poignant. Loved watching this journey into how our past helps mold us into who we grow up to be. ... read all
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VERDICT: AMAZING
Great performances loved the harp!!... read all
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New Review on And She Bakes, LIVE. by Bonnie Sludikoff

Jun 16 @ 6:22 PM
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the Bakeress is a DELIGHTFUL lady- it's a treat to be invited in her kitchen as she cooks up heartwarming advice, shares hilariuus moments, and sends you off with a delicious gluten free/vegan treat. What more could you want? maybe a dance break- the might also happen. a great fun, lighthearted piece... read all
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VERDICT: AMAZING
Fantastic show!! Great music and acting... read all
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New Review on Pure Shock Value by Rory Mitchell

Jun 16 @ 6:20 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
This is a fantastically entertaining show and the perfect show for the Hollywood Fringe Festival. The actors are strong, reminding the audience of (themselves) any of a number of aspiring Hollywood types that fill the audience on any given night, and the depths that (we) they are willing to sink to ... read all
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New Review on "The Mermaid Who Learned How to Fly" by Rory Mitchell

Jun 16 @ 6:17 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
Kyla Garcia is a tremendously charismatic performer who gets at the heart of her story and brings it home to her audience with wit, aplomb and talent to spare. This show is for anyone who's been in love, had their hearts broken or broken hearts, risked their dreams to live in that love and seen the ... read all
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New Review on Some Girl(s), by Neil LaBute by Patricia Roenbeck

Jun 16 @ 6:13 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
This year one of the plays being performed during the Hollywood Fringe Festival is Neil La Bute’s Some Girl(s). I admit I was a little bit hesitant about the storyline -- This guy on the verge of getting married, suddenly feels the need to meet up with five old girlfriends whom he believes he hurt by... read all
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New Review on Some Girl(s), by Neil LaBute by Kevin Campion

Jun 16 @ 6:04 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
Having only moderately enjoyed "Some Girls" - the movie, I was pleasantly surprised by the play at the Fringe festival. It's witty, dark and vastly entertaining. I especially enjoyed the third scene with the lady professor who turns the table on the self-absorbed, borderline dickish hero. That act... read all
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New Review on EgoManiac - A Poetic Incantation by Alex Koch

Jun 16 @ 5:44 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
Egomaniac is a beautiful, honest, and original play that I had the pleasure of seeing recently. It was very unique way of showing how man and women both go through the daily battle of struggling with ones own ego and the many different voices that the ego has. It mainly focuses on the relationship ... read all
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New Review on Magnum Opus Theatre Presents by Jessica Sherman

Jun 16 @ 5:27 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
There's certainly no shortage of poorly-written screenplays in this town! And if they're not exactly paid homage, at least one scribbler's doomed pages are seeing a light other than that of an agency basement incinerator. In "Star-Crossed Love," The Magnum Opus Players skillfully enact every formulai... read all
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New Review on Some Girl(s), by Neil LaBute by James Robinson

Jun 16 @ 5:12 PM
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Rachel Parker as Lindsay and Katherine Diaz at Reggie are the standouts in this production, the stage crackles when they are on it. Great work. The other parts are weighed down with LaBute’s bloated verbage (a page and a half on cashews, do you want some? No thanks, I guess I’ll have some, Gee, they... read all
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New Review on Friends Like These by Cheryl Lappin

Jun 16 @ 5:11 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
Riveting, thought provoking play with realistic portrayals of teenage angst. Great performances of difficult material and impeccable comedic timing. Don't miss this one! ... read all
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Release: PERFORMANCE ADDED!

Jun 16 @ 5:00 PM
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<p><span class="caps">PERFORMANCE</span> <span class="caps">ADDED</span>!</p> <p><span class="caps">QUEER</span> <span class="caps">CLASSICS</span> <span class="caps">PRESENTS</span><br /> <span class="caps">THE</span> <span class="caps">IMPORTANCE</span> OF <span class="caps">BEING</span> <span clas... read all
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VERDICT: AMAZING
Beautifully acted, intelligently written and very thought-provoking. One of those pieces of theater which have you discussing it long after the play has ended.... read all
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New Review on Broken Panda by Andrew Holmes

Jun 16 @ 4:53 PM
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VERDICT: AMAZING
This is a great fun look at a number of different conflicts in relationships, with a particularly twisted and fun set of plot twists. The story takes you through a completely outrageous approach to marital counselling (note to self: be nice to spouse so as not to have to do any of THAT!) and the cas... read all

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