An author invites a self-proclaimed clairvoyant into his home with plans to observe her during a séance and mockingly incorporate…
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There are only a few more weeks left to see Aurora Theatre Company’s intense and moving production of “Detroit ’67,”…
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In James Ijames’ new play “Kill Move Paradise” the Wilma Theater stage is transformed into blindingly white, perilous slope with…
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The Taper is kicking off the 2018-19 season with a strong start, Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize winning “Sweat.” Written in…
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Despite a slow and inflated start, the West Coast premiere of “Everybody” at Cal Shakes, by award-winning playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins…
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National Book Award finalist Christina García, author of six novels, including the satirical, “King of Cuba,” from which this play…
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One of the more remarkable aspects of the bold and engaging “White” is that James Ijames’ inspiration for the play…
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How many works of literature can you name that have given rise to a regularly used English adjective? Not many?…
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Just when I was bemoaning the dearth of newly minted original musicals, along comes “Soft Power,” a wonderfully innovative, exciting,…
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Either the emperor is wearing no clothes or I need to return to the Ahmanson and watch “The Humans” again….
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What goes on in the mind of someone with dementia? Way beyond the minor annoyance felt when we can’t find…
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