October 21, 2009

Art, Artists and sensory overload — As White As O at the Road Theatre


As White As O is novelist/activist/documentary filmmaker Stacy Sims”™ first play, and – regrettably – it shows. With a running time of around two-and-a-half hours,
October 14, 2009

Kabuki – behind the scenes – Thursday, October 14th


With its elaborate costumes and makeup, stylized story-telling and delicate music and dance, Kabuki is possibly the most well-known and prestigious traditional Japanese art form.
October 13, 2009

An existential quest – Chesapeake by Lee Blessing


Currently being staged by the Syzygy Theatre Group, in Glendale, is Lee Blessing”™s intriguing one-man play Chesapeake.
Charting an everyman character”™s existential quest, Chesapeake is
October 6, 2009

Richard III — the bloody tragedy presented by A Noise Within


A murderous and ambitious villain with a silky, persuasive tongue, Richard III is one of the most infamous characters of classic literature. Steve Weingartner inhabits