May 6, 2013

“Miss Julie” – Neil LaBute’s adaptation at the Geffen – Los Angeles theater review

Turn-of-the-century Swedish playwright August Strindberg’s naturalistic drama Miss Julie was remarkable in its day for its scandalous subject matter and frank dialogue exchanges. With its scathing
May 5, 2013

“Here I Am: An Unconventional Life” by Jeff Podgurski — Los Angeles book review

A cross between Twain’s adventures of Huckleberry Finn and an action-packed Quentin Tarantino movie, Here I Am: An Unconventional Life is a remarkable and unusual
May 3, 2013

“Paris-Manhattan” – French Comedy Inspired by Woody Allen Fizzles – Los Angeles movie review

If you’re not a Woody Allen fan – and I am not – you may have trouble relating to writer/director Sophie Lellouche’s pleasant if uninspiring chick
May 2, 2013

“The Anatomy of Gazellas” – LA Weekly Los Angeles theater review

Hello readers! This week my theater review for the LA Weekly is of The Anatomy of the Gazellas, now playing at Atwater Village Theatre in