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“Scene in LA” February 2018 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

“Scene in LA” February 2018 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

Valentine’s Day is coming fast! Here are some of the shows you can see in our local theaters this month:   “Dessa Rose” tells the story of a young black woman (a runaway slave) and a young white woman (an abandoned mother) and their journey to acceptance in the antebellum South, as they tell their […]

“Scene in LA” January 2018 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

“Scene in LA” January 2018 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

Happy New Year! Well, 2018 is finally upon us, and here are some of the shows you can see in our local theaters this month: OPENING “Bugaboo & The Silent One” Bugaboo is an inmate in the women’s block of Henderson County Jail in West Virginia. After 42 days alone, she is assigned a roommate […]

“Scene in LA” December 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

“Scene in LA” December 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

Here are the new shows opening in our theaters this month: OPENING   “A Christmas Carol” a masterpiece about the redemptive and transformative power of love. It allows families to take a supremely theatrical journey and celebrate the transformative power of forgiveness during the holidays. Ebenezer Scrooge’s rebirth from miserly curmudgeon to the epitome of […]

“Scene in LA” November 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

“Scene in LA” November 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

Here are the new shows opening in our theaters this month: OPENING   “Yohen” In Japanese pottery, the term “yohen” refers to unpredictable changes that take place in the kiln. James and Sumi Washington are an interracial couple struggling to maintain their 37-year marriage after James retires from the US Army. The dramatic change in […]

“Scene in LA” October 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

“Scene in LA” October 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

Here are the new shows opening in our theaters this month: OPENING   “THE FACE, Behind the Face, behind the face” a performing artist confronts the ups and downs and struggles of his life and career and is led to the conclusion that his voice and his music are the keys to his success. The […]

“Scene in LA” September 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

“Scene in LA” September 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

Here are the new shows burning up our theaters this month:   “Pterodactyls” A classic dysfunctional family is the vehicle for a descent into chaos, and this viciously hilarious yet touching story addresses the classic question: “Why are we here?” It suggests that our extinction is beginning not with an asteroid or an ice age […]

“Scene in LA” August 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

“Scene in LA” August 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

Summer is in full heat this month, but our local theaters are burning up with these new shows:   OPENING   “The Dream on Royal Street” is a madcap interpretation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, set in the present in the Royal Street Hotel in New Orleans on Mardi Gras night. Egeus, who owns […]

“Scene in LA” July 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

“Scene in LA” July 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

The Fourth of July is not the only thing exploding this month – so is the local theater scene! Just look at all these: OPENING   “The Cake” Debra Jo Rupp (That ’70s Show) stars as Della, a baker who makes cakes, not judgment calls — those she leaves to her husband. But when the […]

“Scene in LA” June 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

“Scene in LA” June 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

The Hollywood Fringe Festival is on this month on the Southern California theatre scene: OPENING “Blackbird” Inspired in part by the crimes of sex offender Toby Studebaker (though in no way a literal dramatization of actual events) the play depicts a young woman meeting a middle-aged man 15 years after being sexually abused by him […]

“Scene in LA” May 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

“Scene in LA” May 2017 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

Here’s what’s happening this month in the Southern California theater scene:   OPENING   “The Gary Plays” chronicles the odyssey of unemployed actor Gary Bean, Mednick’s everyman/anti-hero who has been hailed by KCRW as “a sort of L.A. Leopold Bloom.” Audiences can choose to follow Gary’s journey over the course of three evenings — or […]

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