Eric A. Gordon: In her hyper-sexualized, precocious community, Sara was vulnerable to abuse, starting at age seven, and began internalizing negative images of herself as a “slut” and “whore.”
The Book of Mormon, a game changing musical pitched at Gen X and the Millennials, captured nine Tonys, including Best Musical, when it opened on Broadway in 2011. It’s still SRO in New York and has been on tour ever since. This week the third national touring show hit the Pantages Theatre. As a newbie, […]
Ed Rampell: As a key scenic artist and set designer, Hill Bauman has imparted her distinct visual sense on productions for some of L.A.’s leading intimate theaters, including Sacred Fools, Boston Court, Rogue Machine, Antaeus, Skylight and more.
Eric A. Gordon: Most people wouldn’t recognize a California native species—plant, animal or human—if it rose up and bit them. The playwright is not afraid to utter the word “colonialism.”
Ed Rampell: Lorraine Hansberry’s play remains very relevant for today – perhaps more so in America than sub-Saharan Africa, where police excessive use of force and the Black Lives Matter movement, remain, unfortunately, very timely topics.