Dance Hybrid ‘In Your Arms’ Charms with Comic Vignettes

By Kris Eitland | October 6, 2015 |

Click-clacking sounds of fingers on a keyboard trigger a surreal Parisian hallucination with a twirling pink ballerina, mime, and street artist. Eyes turn to the stage edge. “Oh my God, that’s…

Vreeland and Ruehl at the Old Globe, A Study in Scarlet

By Welton Jones | October 3, 2015 |

Broke, fired and 70, the legendary fashion editor Diana Vreeland must choose between obscurity and a job in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Mercedes Ruehl prowls like a panther through the story at the Old Globe…

Diva Devotion: Ion Theatre’s Stylish ‘Master Class’

By Ken Herman | October 3, 2015 |

Ion theatre’s riveting production of Terrence McNally’s “Master Class” shows off the playwright’s sharp wit and keen emotional edge . . .

Subtext Is King in Mo`olelo’s Decent ‘Cell’

By Martin Jones Westlin | October 2, 2015 |

Sociopolitically correct Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company resumes its full-fledged stage activity with a pretty good world-premiere ‘Cell,’ designed as a commentary on likeminded social groups and the reproach they experience when society necessarily places them at odds.

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