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“Die, Mommie, Die!” Reviewed by Dan Berkowitz

“Die, Mommie, Die!” is a curiosity, an old-fashioned example of gay theatre on the cusp of change. It’s arch, it’s stylish, and though it relies on the same camp sensibility as shows such as “Women Behind Bars,” its carefully-constructed artifice reminds one more of Oscar Wilde than Tom Eyen. If the reaction of the opening night audience is any indication, it should have a wilde-ly successful run at Celebration Theatre.

Yeah, I have another cold. I don’t get it: this is California, people aren’t supposed to get colds, they’re only supposed to get suntans. Oh well. Anyway, rather than sitting in a crowded theatre, infecting multitudes of people on all sides of me, I decided only to cough and sneeze on a couple of people […]

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Music, theater and science converge in Newmark’s newest performance piece. A science teacher with a mysterious past (Charles Reese) and a visual artist overwhelmed by life (Eileen T’Kaye) explore our modern culture of “technological

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War for H.I.S. It is an evening of one-woman-shows about humanity, innocence, and souls.

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LOS ANGELES – Coming off the recent success of its first two 2015 Main Stage shows Ligature Marks and Boy Gets Girl, Theatre Unleashed is excited to bring back its original series Passages, running May 14-23 at The Belfry Stage in North Hollywood.

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“To hear this new generation of young artists bear witness to Mr. Wilson’s literary legacy will be an incredible experience,” added Charles Reese. “It will be an engaging, educational, and entertaining evening of art and culture for the soul and the senses.”

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Performer Extraodinaire, Frank Olivier, brings his acclaimed show TWISTED CABARET:
Comedy Variete Show to Southern California for the first time when it plays
Magicopolis for a limited engagement, April 16th – 18th and 23rd – 25th.

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The Theatre @ Boston Court presents My Barking Dog, by Eric Coble, directed by Michael Michetti. Opening night is Saturday, April 25, 2015 on the Main Stage at Boston Court Performing Arts Center, 70 North Mentor Avenue.

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“Othello” presented by The Porters of Hellsgate, Feb. 28 – Mar. 28

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The cast shines as they square off with a quick dialog that carries everything into an unpredictable ending. Excellent character development and brilliant acting assist in the reality of the story. As I mentioned, it seemed as though we were all involved, it was uncanny how the audience became part of the emotional turmoil as these naïve folks face a reality check.

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