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The Ovation Awards are the only peer-judged theatre awards in Los Angeles, created to recognize excellence in theatrical performance, production and design in the Greater Los Angeles area. Taken from the website. 

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Murder, murder, and more murder — who knows the subject better than the queen of the murder mystery herself, Agatha Christie.  In her lifetime Christie wrote over 50 different novels, mostly focusing on a genre she mastered, the murder mystery.  Christie’s stories are all different and unique, but one thing they have in common is a mysterious death and a group of people that all seem to look guilty.  This trope is consistent in Stages Theatre presents Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Nile. While the climax and twist ending in this production give a much-needed boost of energy to the show, the buildup in the first act lacks a kick and feels almost irrelevant after watching the whole story play through. Continue reading

Hi LA Theatre Bites listeners, As you probably  know my name is Patrick Chavis and I am the creator, designer, podcast writer and head editor at LA Theatre Bites and The Orange Curtain Review. Since…

“Mary’s Medicine” tells the true story of Jamaican nurse Mary Seacole. Mary helped pioneer many holistic medicinal practices during Victorian England. Her methods were controversial for the time and some sought to destroy her reputation….

The Actor’s Studio of Orange County, the premiere acting studio for film and television training in Orange County, is beginning its Adult, Teen and Kids’ Summer Acting Programs, beginning in June and running throughout the month of…

Playwright Michael Leoni—extends his popular West Hollywood special limited engagement at The Coast Playhouse through the end of June. ELEVATOR, a comedic and emotional ride exploring what happens when seven strangers get stuck in an elevator, opened on March 25.  Taken from a press release. 

Performance Schedule: Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 8pm & Sundays at 3pm (through the end of December) 

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Were you at the Hollywood Fringe? Did you just happen to think to yourself “Man. I wish we had just one more month” ? Well, we wont get a month, it’s over and we’ve got…

The 26th New Works Festival (NWF) begins April 1st at the Long Beach Playhouse in Long Beach.  According to Broadway World,  “The festival spans two weekends. The first weekend, the two best submissions each receive…