Moral ambiguity gray area, dubious side-taking, and where the ends justifies the means … maybe. These are the themes addressed in Dark Arts. Would you hire someone who you thought might be morally corrupt if you knew they’d get the job done when your life’s-blood […]
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Hollywood Fringe Festival
Because the Three Clubs lends the perfect intimate speakeasy atmosphere for a show like Nights at the Algonquin Round Table, it would have been fairly safe to assume that such a show would fit well, at least in style and cast. Unfortunately, there is a […]
Fruit punch, projectiles and slime. Even at the risk of giving too much away, anyone attending this show might be clued in immediately upon seeing a stage covered in plastic. And by design—at least during this show—nothing wet traveled passed the stage that wasn’t governed […]
To the same extent that Comic-Con appeals to many people on many things just outside of comic book and superhero lore—Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, Star Trek, Star Wars, Alien (and anything alien)—so would anyone who appreciates a well-crafted, funny, sometimes […]