“Cymbeline,” Shakespeare’s ‘Fairy Tale’ Play

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BY JACKIE HOUCHIN The Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum, with its 299-seat amphitheater in rustic Topanga Canyon, is the ideal venue for the reenactment of “Cymbeline” one of Shakespeare’s most complex and utterly delightful last plays. Not … [Read more...]

Kelly McGillis and Julia Duffy in vibrant The Little Foxes

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BY PAULINE ADAMEK In The Little Foxes, playwright Lillian Hellman masterfully constructs a tale of backstabbing family politics and greed that is as relevant today as it was when the play was first staged in 1939. Set in Demopolis, Alabama, on a … [Read more...]

Mission Possible: Teenager Directs Improv Show

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BY SARAH DZIDA When Karoline Ordonez first began taking improv classes, it’s doubtful she ever saw herself directing a show, let alone a month-long run and with actors whose ages range from 4 to 14,…at the age of 17. But that’s exactly what’s … [Read more...]

From Valley theater to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

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BY CHELSEA SUTTON Pulsing with vitality and sharp-witted wisdom, famed model Robyn Peterson and her one-woman show, Catwalk Confidential, are packing up their valley bags and going abroad this August to the largest arts extravaganza in the world - … [Read more...]