Treva Brandon Scharf: In my 50 years of single life, I visited Breakup Hell a thousand times, and every time I was there, I thought it would be forever, and my healing was years away.
My Son the Waiter, a Jewish Tragedy Theatre Review Brad Zimmerman’s My Son the Waiter, which “Zimmy” wrote and stars in, opens with a string of Borscht Belt jokes. They’re funny, especially for those members of the tribe who grew up with this ethnic humor. Along with much of this show, these one-liners, quips, witticisms, […]
ARULA’S AMERICAN SPRING: Theatre Review merican Spring, the fourth live stage show by Artists Rise Up Los Angeles since the Trump regime took power, rocked Atwater Village Theatre with a moving matinee on April 14 meant to raise consciousness and funds. Largely using spoken word, in a series of one-person presentations, a dozen mostly female […]
“I’m dating, when should I have sex?” n the first date? Third date? After a month? As soon as you lose 10 pounds? When to have sex depends on what you want, where you’re at, and most importantly, what your needs and goals are. I Want This Relationship to Last If you want a new […]
Walter Moss — Geherin provides an overview of humor and why we laugh. He adds that “laughter can arise from language, action, character, or any combination of the three. In a visual medium like film, action alone can be the primary source of humor.”