It was quite an honor this past year to feature Conejo Players Theatre and Devery Holmes as part of my SPOTLIGHT series as well as reviewing their 2019 productions including Miracle on 34th Street the Live Radio Play featuring Devery as a member of the quartet.
I am proud to announce Hillcrest Arts’ Mia Brown as winner of 2019’s “Best Actor Under 18” for her work in “Annie Jr.”
Thanks to the talented cast, the fabulous design team, the ingenious spoilers I dare not reveal, and the heart warming story (loosely based on the true story of J.M. Barrie and his relationship with the Llewelyn Davies family) – this is a must see show!
#LAThtr: Mark Bacon shares about his journey with Finding Neverland thus far ahead of the tour’s stop in Thousand Oaks, CA.
I know this holiday season can be extremely busy and overwhelming but I am confident that a visit to see The Nutcracker at The Irvine Barclay will not be a disappointment.
Miracle on 34th Street (adapted from the 1947 Lux Radio Broadcast by Lance Arthur Smith) with original songs and arrangements by Jon Lorenz is holiday nostalgia at its best.
On opening night at The Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, SWAN LAKE was mesmerizing for numerous reasons. Without giving away too many spoilers, here are FIVE of the best reasons for seeing SWAN LAKE during its U.S. Tour.
4 musicals I would love to see live include Bernard J. Taylor’s Pride & Prejudice, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love, Romeo et Juliette and Rebecca das Musical. Wishful casting included.
Actor Roxy York (Mrs. June Adams in Bandstand the 1st National Tour) shares about her love for the musical, her galvanizing 2nd act song and why the show is a love song to Veterans.
Director Shawn W. Adams-Lanz’ production at Conejo Players is extremely dark and overly-sexualized making this a questionable production to recommend.