Non-Registered Critics: Javier Ronceros


Nancy F***ing Reagan

The direction by Larry Mango was solid and engaging.  Its subject matter took me back to a time where thousands of people were dying from an insidious disease made worse by not being mentioned by the most powerful and influential couple.

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Greenwood 1964

“Greenwood 1964,” written and directed by Mohammed Ali Ojarigi as performed at The Hollywood Fringe, was a joy to watch and an important moment of reflection to witness. The two leads portraying Harry Belafonte, played by the wonderfully sincere Thomas Ramseur-King, and Sidney Poitier, played with an intense charismatic energy by Eli Goree, were perfectly matched by temperament and honesty.

...Bravo to a performance I won’t soon forget!

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Phat Trane: FOUND

The show was very entertaining and the songs performed and written by LeRoy Johnson endearing, enlightening  and mostly biographical.

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A Steady Rain - The Broadway smash hit by Keith Huff, 2nd extension! Aug 4-20

We have the director John Kirby to thank for the pacing, blocking, and for bringing such fine performances from these two talented actors. The set design by Mike Flannery was exactly what was needed to tell the story, not to much, not too little. Special mention to the lighting design by Donny Jackson, the sound design by Aaron Lyons and the projection design by Nick Santiago. This dream team should also include the producers Nathan Nesbitt and Andy Hoff.

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NOSFERATU, A Symphony In Terror!

This is the kind of play where you have to leave your sense of reason and doubt at the door, and I promise you won't be disappointed if you do.

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