Fringe 2018: Dream Walker’s Ghosts Explores Loose Morals for a New Audience

Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts, penned in 1881, can’t be described as the most accessible text ever written, but its criticism of 19th century morals and the controversy surrounding its content is still an inspiration to modern playwrights.  Due to its content Ghosts was, to say it generously, not universally praised at its initial release. But it’s […]

Fringe 2018 – “Manson’s Girls” is a Fascinating Cautionary Tale

August 9, 1969. Hollywood, California. The bodies of five people – Jay Sebring, Abigail Folger, Steven Parent, Mojciech Frykowski, and 8-month pregnant Sharon Tate – were found viciously murdered, brutally stabbed and shot to death in Tate’s home. The word “pig” was scrawled on the front door in blood. Who could have committed these horrendous […]

Fringe 2018 – Dr. Zomba’s Ghost Show of Terror is Spooky, Campy Fun

The steel door of the Mutilator Machine slams shut, locking its victim inside. The hungry device growls awake, gears turning, lights flashing. Then the screams begin. A severed arm flies out of the Mutilator Machine and the wailing subsides. Dr. Zomba   During the 1930-1940s, before the boom of television, spooky and campy stage productions […]

Hollywood Fringe: 2018 Creators Set Immersive Expectations for Each Show

For the second year in a row, the Hollywood Fringe has designated “immersive theatre” as one of the official categories of performance for their yearly festival. This year we’ll be treated to a deliciously broad range of experiences from both familiar voices and first time creators stretching the definition of immersive theatre in a dozen […]

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