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.
Ed Rampell: The world premiere of The Surveillance Trilogy is so perfectly timed – opening the same week that Edward Snowden’s book Permanent Record has been published and the Trump administration is mired in an alleged whistleblower scandal – that something strange must be at work.
Ed Rampell: Although they have different interpretations of the law and Constitution, what Sandra and Ruth share in common is more important and powerful than where the Arizonan and East Coaster differ.
Rev. Al Carmines, a fascinating, highly creative gay man at the cusp of the gay liberation movement, adapted A Circular Play by Gertrude Stein for his experimental ensemble.