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Long Beach Opera’s New Programming Keeps the Music Coming During COVID-19

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist In the time of COVID-19, opera has been deemed inessential. Worse yet, given...

Hard Reality for Local Theatre in the Time of Pandemic

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call columnist It may be different on Broadway and for a handful of behemoths in major media markets. For the vast...

“Psycho Beach Party”: Silly and Nothing But

By Greggory Mooore, Curtain Call Columnist I don’t know why, but in the mid ‘60s the beach-party movie was a thing. These were intentionally cartoonish...

“The Andrews Brothers” More Than the Sum of Its Middling WWII-era Songs

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist The Andrews brothers are 4F, meaning they can't directly join the fight against the Axis powers. But they've signed...

18th Annual “Pick of the Vine”: Lite Finish, Average Vintage

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call columnist It's a San Pedro tradition. Each January, Little Fish Theatre opens a new...

New “King Arthur”: Half Baroque, Half Contemporary Political Commentary, Mixed Results

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist Don't know much about Henry Purcell's King Arthur? That's just as well for seeing Long Beach Opera's new, completely...

Brisk “A Christmas Carol” Good to Give Your Dickens Fix

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Before A Christmas Story, before the classic claymation of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,...

“Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley” a Fine Sequel to “Pride and Prejudice”

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist Exactly one year ago, Long Beach Playhouse was staging a superfine adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. Now comes Miss...

“Operation Ajax” is an Uneven, but Engaging, Primer on the U.S. Meddlings in Iran

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist Ask even passably educated Americans who Mohammad Mosaddegh is, and you're likely to receive a blank stare in return....

“Silent Sky” Delivers More Laughs Than Inspiration

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist Unless you're quite the astronomy nerd, you've never heard of Henrietta Leavitt, but it's partly because of her that...

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Ode to a Bookman

James Bullard Kennedy, July 13, 2020 By Bondo Wyszpolski, Contributor For two decades, Easy Reader and...

Keeping the Beer Taps Flowing During the Pandemic

In this latest edition of Random Lengths, we picked up a column by Beer Paper L.A.’s David Mulvihill, “Navigating the Current Normal,”...

“How Trump Stole 2020,” and What You Can Do to Make It Not Come True

By page 3 of How Trump Stole 2020, where our 45th president is labeled as “an orange-stained, gelatinous bag of malicious mendacity,...

Protestors March in Defense of Portland BLM Activists

As a result of the nationwide solidarity marches, federal troops, under Department of Homeland Security control, have agreed to leave Portland. The...