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“NEVER IS NOW” at Skylight Theatre Connects Past/Present in World Premiere – Interview with Writer Wendy Kout

The past is prologue in Wendy Kout’s newest play Never Is Now. This writer poses consequential questions, such as—what happens when people from diverse backgrounds experience the firsthand accounts of ten survivors who were labeled “undesirable” and […]
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“Wild Son: The Testimony of Christian Brando” Review – A Compelling Performance Of His Story

Longtime journalist Champ Clark interviewed Marlon Brando’s son Christian, in the years before his untimely death from Pneumonia at age 49. Clark has chronicled their complex friendship in a riveting one-act play, ‘Wild Son: The […]
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“True Colors” at The Braid in Santa Monica Review – An Enlightening Gem from Jewish Women’s Theatre

Jewish Women’s Theatre’s (JWT) celebrates today’s multicultural Jews in its new salon show True Colors, that premiered May 4 at The Braid in Santa Monica. JWT artistic director Ronda Spinak says, “Jewish Women’s Theatre’s new True Colors gallery show and […]
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“The Joy Wheel” at Ruskin Theatre Mines Laughs From Current Culture – Interview With Writer Ian McRae

Rising to the surface of Ian McRae’s colorful and witty characters, there comes the hint of weighty concern. Familiar, in the sense that this concern occurs in our own lives, as we recognize the questions […]