Review of Mary Anneeta Mann’s Latest Play TORTOISE SHELL

Review of Mary Anneeta Mann’s MENTORING POEMS: Four Centuries of Selected Poetry

Review of Thelma T. Reyna’s Latest Collection of Poetry READING TEA LEAVES AFTER TRUMP

Review of Mary Anneeta Mann’s Latest Play TORTOISE SHELL

Review of Mary Anneeta Mann’s MENTORING POEMS: Four Centuries of Selected Poetry

Review of Thelma T. Reyna’s Latest Collection of Poetry READING TEA LEAVES AFTER TRUMP

Review of Collaborative Artists Ensemble’s Production of The World Premiere of Don Nigro’s WASTELAND

If you are interested in a play about the turbulent life of poet T.S. Eliot, look no further than the Collaborative Artists Ensemble’s World Premiere of Don Nigro’s “Waste Land” running at

studio/stage in Los Angeles through May 6th.

Don’t Hug Me, We’re Family

If you want to see a play about couples, competition and Crappies, run do not walk to the World Premiere of the Don’t Hug Me Productions presentation of “Don’t Hug Me, We’re Family,” book and lyrics by Phil Olson, music by Paul Olson, running through March 25th at Theatre Unlimited (T.U. Studios) in the North Hollywood Arts District.
The story concerns Gunner Johnson, the host of a radio show called “Crappie Talk,” devoted entirely to ice fishing for Crappies, set at the Bunyan, a little bar in the small northern Minnesota town of Bunyan Bay.
The plot follows Johnson through personal and professional trials and tribulations, such as his oft-fractured relationship with his wife Clara and the purchase of the radio station by Sal, an Italian from Brooklyn, which affect all the characters around him and make the play what it is: A laugh out loud thinking man’s comedy.

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Afterlife: a ghost story

If you are interested in a play about a fragile yet loving couple thrust into another dimension, look no further than the Collaborative Artists Ensemble production of “afterlife: a ghost story” by Steve Yockey playing at the Avery Schreiber Playhouse in the No Ho Arts District through November 12th. This is the story of Connor and Danielle, a couple with a horrible secret that threatens to unravel the spiritual and psychological foundation that they have built for themselves. Truly, it is sometimes harder to remember than live. The language alone in this beautifully crafted play soothes personal storms and professional divisions as it is nothing less than music for the ears.

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Bad Jews playing at Dow Arena Theatre

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Andrew Fromer, Ryan Phillips and Jeanette Deutsch are featured in LA Pierce College’s production of the hit Off-Broadway comedy, “Bad Jews,” which is on stage at LAPC through April 2nd.

“Bad Jews” playing at Dow Arena Theatre

If you are interested in a play about modern Judaism and its affect on four young people, make a beaten path to Joshua Harmon’s “Bad Jews” playing at Dow Arena Theatre at Los Angeles Pierce College Theatre in Woodland Hills, CA through April 2nd.   

This is the story of four young people, three of them Jewish, and their meeting at a studio on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The clash of personalities, opinions and methods underscores a large problem with organized religion. Harmon does not merely invite you into the studio to watch and listen to four different points of view about life and existence, he drags your head under a buzz saw and confronts you with a Quartet Tango of religious, political and personal issues that demand a resolution on one long and eventful night. And what a resolution it is.

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