Ed Rampell: Monogamy is the romantic equivalent of private property under capitalism. What would love look like in a truly liberated world?
Ed Rampell: Set mostly or entirely in present day China, the 97 minute movie about an Abominable Snowman starts out in Shanghai then embarks on a road trip throughout the People’s Republic.
Ed Rampell: In Guha’s two-acter Jojomon is a multi-national corporation manufacturing garb used by practitioners that is rocked by a scandalous revelation.
Ed Rampell: The relationship of these artsy friends living an unconventional bohemian lifestyle is characterized by great bonhomie, camaraderie and good humor. Indeed, this inseparable garret quartet could be called “Les Bro-hèmes.”
Ed Rampell: Pasadena Playhouse’s toe tapping, playful production of Little Shop of Horrors is a thoroughly delicious, delightful musical comedy with macabre sci fi elements, making this ideal entertainment for the Halloween season.