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Stage Raw
Stage Raw is a digital journal dedicated to discovering, discussing and honoring L.A.-based arts and culture.
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Stage Raw Oct 16
Live theater, live-streaming and union trade wars: The Together LA Virtual Festival plus . . .By Steven Leigh Morris Image: Chima Castanoz in "Las Instrucciones", presented virtually by 24th Street Theatre
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Stage Raw Jul 16
Feeling Remote: LA Theater Zooms through the Pandemic -- interviews with artists about being so digital, by SLM (Photo from Pixel Playhouse's "Definitely Not Clue")
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Stage Raw Jul 6
The couple that runs , and how they're coping in trying times -- by Socks Whitmore
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Maria Gobetti and Tom Ormeny are in this thing together. chatted with Tom & Maria this week to spotlight the Victory, how they’re coping under a stay-at-home order, and what they envisage as a future, after the plague. Read it here:
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Stage Raw Jun 29
How 's Jay McAdams and , still working from home, are coping with the now resurgent pandemic, and responding to the BLM movement. By Jannelys Santiago-Negron
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Stage Raw May 12
Tom Ormeny and Maria Gobetti's — how domestic partners who run theaters are coping, by Dana Martin
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Stage Raw May 7
.'s Gary Grossman and Sandee Grossman, by Other interviews in Stage Raw's series on domestic partners who run theaters, and how they're coping with the pandemic are linked within Julia's article. More to come…
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Stage Raw Apr 30
Julia Rodriguez-Elliott and Geoff Elliot; how their company, , is making it through the pandemic.
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Stage Raw Apr 23
Frederique Michel and Charles Duncombe's City Garage: The latest in Stage Raw's series on domestic partners who run L.A.-area theaters, and how they're coping with the pandemic, by
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Stage Raw Apr 18
Melissa Chalsma and David Melville's ISC, by Ezra Bitterman; this is the second in Stage Raw's series of interviews with domestic partners who run LA theaters, and how they're faring working from home during the pandemic.
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Stage Raw Apr 10
Diane Rodriguez died earlier today of lung cancer. Her colleague and friend, Jon Lawrence Rivera, offers this remembrance.
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Stage Raw Mar 5
"The production’s strengths are undercut by huge, structural issues with the book… composer [Eli] Bolin shows great aptitude for both fresh sounds and mimicry of established musical styles" reviews FOUND at IAMA Theatre
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Stage Raw Mar 5
"A fast-paced screwball comedy with a message… proves that theatre can be both class conscious and wildly entertaining." Taylor Kass' RECOMMENDE review of CAN'T PAY? DON'T PAY! at
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Stage Raw Mar 5
"One can detect a better play in this material given more focused treatment, but unfortunately LYING WITH BADGERS, while enjoyable and well-acted, isn’t quite there yet." reviews LYING WITH BADGERS at Voices at the Autry
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Stage Raw Mar 5
"This production at The Blank Theatre showcases the talent of the cast and crew, who fashion a captivating telling of a complicated story." reviews HOT TRAGIC DEAD THING at the Blank
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Stage Raw Mar 3
"The [first] piece is fragmented & the individual segments don’t begin to approach a catharsis… [the 2nd is] a cogent work but undermined by haphazard staging & by a weak pivotal performance" Deborah Klugman reviews RORSCHACH FEST, INKBLOT C at Open Fist
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Stage Raw Mar 2
"Its tricky plot and dissonant themes provide a challenge aptly met by Antaeus Theatre Company, who are no strangers to complicated classical texts." Taylor Kass' RECOMMENDED review of MEASURE FOR MEASURE at
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Stage Raw Mar 2
"A story that brims with possibility. But the BrickHouse Theatre production falls short on all fronts, including a weak script and technical problems." reviews SHOW ME A HERO at Write Act Rep
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Stage Raw Feb 28
" makes a thorough examination of André’s vulnerability… It’s a well-crafted, powerful performance." Dana Martin's RECOMMENDED review of THE FATHER at
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Stage Raw Feb 25
"REVENGE SONG pivots on an inspired premise but doesn’t deliver on its promise… the bottom line here is a jejune style of performance that is simply not engaging." Deborah Klugman reviews REVENGE SONG at the Geffen
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