August 28, 2012

Underwhelming – “The Elephant Room” at Kirk Douglas Theatre

A creepy trio of lounge lizard magicians, sporting pedophile moustaches, cheesy outfits, hideous wigs and (in one case) false buck teeth, are the “protagonists” of a
August 25, 2012

“The Government Inspector” — LA theater review

Russian dramatist Nikolai Gogol’s satire about political corruption and mistaken identities, The Government Inspector, is a timeless comedy classic. Re-envisioned as a biting, tragic farce, this
August 21, 2012

“Hearts Like Fists” — article for LA Weekly

 
Greetings crimestoppers!
The LA Weekly has published my short article where I interview director Jaime Robledo and writer Adam Szymkowicz for their collaboration, the fun-filled action-comedy
August 20, 2012

“Red” – LA theater review

It’s refreshing to experience a play about ideas, and not simply character or story. John Logan’s incendiary play Red is a two-character bio-drama about abstract expressionist