Non-Registered Critics: Laura Voeth

Feb

The Importance of Being Earnest

The direction by Michael Marchak is fast-paced and crisp, and the actors, so great. The play, a bit daunting at first, at two hours, 20 minutes, with two intermissions, moves so quickly, that time passes in a flash. Wilde’s dialogue is witty and the actors are up to it.

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Feb

Death House

The play left a few questions unanswered, and some of the direction seemed a bit contrived. But it forced us to question our convictions: Is everything just black or white? Do all killers deserve to be executed? Would we still feel that way if we knew what was in their heads?

Powerful stuff.

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Dec

Yes, Virginia

These women are outstanding actresses, delivering impeccable performances under Stan Zimmerman’s keen direction… Run, don’t walk, tosee “Yes, Virginia” Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 3pm through December 30 at the Dorie Theatre located a 6474 Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood.

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Nov

middle8

The dialogue and song lyrics flow naturally and provoke thought. But it is a group effort and the acting is cohesive. The Skype scene between Adam and Cassidy (Brittany Joyner) is so realistic one can almost taste the toast she is eating. When the remaining (think older) bandmates attempt to perform hip hop, the results are hilarious. We care about these people, we rejoice with them, we mourn with them.

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Oct

SILENCE! The Musical

Well, Bucket List Theatre’s production manages to pull it off. Not for children, or for folks with sensitive sensibilities, this show is at once hilarious, crass, wild and silly, and is guided by a chorus of singing, dancing lambs. Really.

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Oct

A FLOCK OF MACAWS

The show is funny and poignant, pertinent and irreverent. And never boring. The show is funny and poignant, pertinent and irreverent. And never boring.

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Sep

The Rescued

Myatt and director Marya Mazor have painted each character with an animal-like brush giving the story added depth.

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Sep

ROMEO AND JULIET

Dubrovner has taken on a formidable project, and it is not without a few hiccups, but the direction is smooth and the acting professional. As intense as it was, perhaps the play could have been whittled down a bit. But the message was not lost: Romeo and Juliet were the victims of unjust hatred.

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Aug

THE MOTHER F**KER WITH THE HAT

Normally, one might object to the constant barrage of expletives, but in this show it makes sense. The playwright was at ease with the vernacular of the streets, the actors were believable and the direction was smooth. The cast was brilliant last Saturday night. (The cast alternates, but under Gifford’s expert direction, it is difficult to imagine a sub-par performance.)

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Apr

SQUIRREL!!!

Her story was honest as she bared her soul for all to see…it was clear that this woman was unstoppable.

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