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Preview of “Bach at Leipzig” at Little Fish Theatre

By John Farrell If you want to see Johann Sebastian Bach in action, then you probably don't want to see Bach at Leipzig, the enormously...

Preview: Little Fish Theatre’s “No Exit”

By John Farrell It's not the weather. That helps. But neither is it the heat in the confines of Little Fish Theatre that makes it...

Review of Beyond Therapy at Little Fish

By John Farrell Some plays are meant for smaller theaters. Beyond Therapy, which opened last week at Little Fish Theatre in San Pedro, is one...

From Mother to Daughter

By John Farrell Night Mother is the moving story of two people, an aging mother and her epileptic daughter, locked in the final night of their...

Review With a Little Panache

By John Farrell Panache, the play that opened at Little Fish Theatre last Friday, is supposed to be all about a license plate. Holly Baker-Kreiswirth...

Towers-Rowles Balances Stage, Family, and Legacy on Her Hip

By John Farrell, Theater Writer San Pedro audiences saw Kristin Towers-Rowles most recently in the delightful production of Kiss Me Kate at the Warner Grand...

Saving Shakespeare From a Thousand Cuts

By John Farrell A 15th annual miracle will take place at Point Fermin Park in San Pedro this summer. Putting together Shakespeare by the Sea...

The List and a Tryst: Little Fish Theatre’s The Love List

By John Farrell Somebody said that to destroy someone you just have to give them what they wish for. In Norm Foster's delightful The Love List,...

Shadows off the vine

Little Fish Theatre's Pick of the Vine: Season 10 has become a San Pedro tradition, and the nine plays offered in an amazingly...

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