Non-Registered Critics: Francisco Reyes

Mar

Canyon

With nuance and a deep understanding of some of Los Angeles’ biggest issues, the play traverses some of the city’s longstanding racial and socioeconomic problems in a fair and thoughtful manner. A play with no real heroes or villains, instead, “Canyon” explores the issues with the melting pot utopia fantasy…

Well-paced and sharply written, “Canyon” is an absolutely brilliant play and a slice of life in Los Angeles. It’s the type of play you can’t wait to talk about with whomever you watched it with.

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Jul

Mutt House

In “Mutt House: The Musical”, a touching musical about a dog shelter facing permanent closure, the aforementioned nuances of dog-human relationships are not only magnified, they provide so many heartwarming moments that you’ll want to run to the nearest dog shelter to the theater and adopt as many dogs as your landlord will allow

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Jul

Three Days in the Country

What stands out most about this play isn’t any one of the brilliant and funny actors, but rather the sharp-witted dialogue and overall chemistry that brings everything together in a tightly-packed two-plus hours. “Three Days in the Country” is the type of play that reminds you why coming out to the theater gives you an experience you can’t get anywhere else.

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Feb

Daddy Long Legs

Without a doubt, “Daddy Long Legs” is an impeccable musical comedy with a brilliant cast, befitting its slot as the opening performance of the International City Theatre’s 33rd season.

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Sep

Walking to Buchenwald

SHARP, FUNNY AND AUDACIOUS… Catch it while you can.

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Sep

Silent Sky

The feel-good ending falls into place to bring about a poetic and serendipitous climax, which, according to Gunderson, was the primary reason for turning this inspirational story into a play.

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Aug

Welcome to Your Alternative Reality

Having a big, hearty ironic laugh is a temporary antidote to feeling helpless. Open Fist Theatre Company’s “Welcome to Your Alternate Reality” asks Americans to do just that: Buckle your seat belts, get ready for turbulence and have a big, ironic laugh, because there’s a chance the next three-and-a-half years could take us on a one-way flight to oblivion.

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Jun

Crimes of the Heart

This hilariously dark production is anchored by a strong cast of funny women led by Jennifer Cannon as Lenny Magrath, Robin Long as Meg Magrath and Megan Gainey as Babe Botrelle. Each is equipped with charming idiosyncrasies that carry this nostalgic production back and forth between deep, life-altering moments and funny Southern charm.

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