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“KING KONG” NOW A MUSICAL ON BROADWAY IS A “HUGE” SPECTACULAR PRODUCTION

Whoever said that size didn’t matter was speaking about something other than what appears on the stage of NYC’s Broadway Theatre in the form a 20 foot tall, 2000 pound puppet, who goes by the name of “King Kong”.  And, yes size is definitely...

“DEZART PERFORMS” LAUNCHES “CHURCH & STATE” A “SERIOUS DARK COMEDY”

Is there such as thing as a “serious” comedy?  The phrase itself is an oxymoron of sorts. And yet there is a certain validity to the concept mostly from writers of literature, and definitely in the work of playwrights. Think Eugene Ionesco, Jean Genet, Samuel...

POTENT AND RELEVANT DRAMA “HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE”AT CV REP THEATRE RANCHO MIRAGE

These are troubling times in America for many reasons:  Political, economic, social unrest, along with the proliferation of new crises that seem to pop up every day.   Half of the population of America has been experiencing these issues, in some form or another, that...

SOUTHERN GOTHIC HORROR PLAY “THE SUGAR WITCH” ON STAGE AT DESERT ROSE PLAYHOUSE

When Jim Strait and Paul Taylor, co-founders of the Desert Rose Playhouse in Rancho Mirage retired to the big island of Hawaii, they passed their leadership torch of running the only LGBTQ theatre serving the Coachella Valley to new artistic director Robbie Wayne and...

CLEVER NEW SHERLOCK HOLMES MYSTERY NOW ON STAGE A NORTH COAST REPERTORY THEATRE

The dynamic duo of master sleuth Sherlock Homes and his redoubtable assistant, Dr. John Watson, M.D. are at it again.   This time, however, they spring from the talented brain and clever pen of American playwright Jeffery Hatcher. Mr. Hatcher is a prolific playwright who brings...

PALM CANYON THEATRE STAGES EDWARD ALBEE’S ICONIC PLAY “WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF”

The beauty of theatre, as opposed to film, lies in its ability to present to its audiences a fresh approach to each and every performance night and after night. No two performances are ever the same. As the enjoyment of the stage genre grows...