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Better? Probably Not. Funny? You Bet

Published on June 18th, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

By John Farrell Does Shakespeare need help? Better Than Shakespeare certainly thinks so. For its inaugural production Much Ado About Something they have taken Much Ado About Nothing, kept much of the comedy, and added an [&hellip... Read More


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Earnest

A Gay Take on a Classic

Published on June 18th, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

By John Farrell The Importance of Being Earnest is Oscar Wilde’s incredibly witty play about the antics of a couple of British gentlemen in love in the 1890′s. It seems to be as heterosexual as a play [&hellip... Read More


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The Fantasticks: A Delight, Now and Forever

Published on June 18th, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

By John Farrell Before there were any Fringe Festivals — well before the first Edinburgh Fringe Festival — there were plays that should have been in a festival, plays that started small and grew big and [&hellip... Read More


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Hollywood Fringe

Fringe Fest Opening

Published on June 17th, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

By John Farrell It’s time again for the Hollywood Fringe Festival, the celebration of all things theatrical that has become an annual rite for theater fans, for theater performers,  and for over-worked stage crews. It began [&hellip... Read More


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Other Desert Cities

Published on June 11th, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

  By John Farrell Other Desert Cities got a Pulitzer Prize nomination in 2012. It must have been for the witty and sometimes biting dialog because the play is nothing but talk: often humorous, often witty talk, [&hellip... Read More


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Dorian’s Descent Still Needs Work

Published on June 5th, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

  By John Farrell Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray was crying out to be made into a musical after Jekyl and Hyde and many other Victorian classics were produced with varied success. Dorian’s Descent, the world premier at [&hellip... Read More


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King Lear attempts to revive Cordelia.   Carl Wawrina and Lauren Velasco.  Photo by Cindy Rinks

King Lear a Success at LB Shakespeare

Published on June 3rd, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

By John Farrell King Lear is one of the great jewels in Shakespeare’s crown. It is a play that mixes political intrigue with the declining rule of a king, tragedy of the most touching sort with ambitions [&hellip... Read More


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