Theatre Production “Radiant Vermin” Comes to LA

Philip Ridley’s ‘Radiant Vermin’ mixes comedy, horror in L.A. premiere from Door Number 3 LOS ANGELES (Sept. 11, 2018) — Just in time for Halloween: Mary Poppins meets Flip This House meets Edgar Allen Poe’s “Tell Tale Heart.” Door Number 3, L.A.’s newest theater company, presents an outrageous comedy with a killer heart by acclaimed…

Theatre: The Woman Who Went to Space as a Man

The Woman Who Went to Space as a Man A new experimental play with songs about the secret life of writer Alice B. Sheldon co-produced by Son of Semele LOS ANGELES, Calif. (Sept. 10, 2018) — The Woman Who Went to Space as a Man – Part fact, part fever dream, and part musical, this…

A Little Nerd on the Side: Wood Boy Dog Fish

A Little Nerd on the Side: Wood Boy Dog Fish by Bryan Scheidler What could possibly make the story of Pinocchio any stranger? How about Puppets! Today I talked with Chelsea Sutton and Sean Cawelti, the writer and director of the brand new show Wood Boy Dog Fish. They fill me in on their unique…

The “Wood Boy Dog Fish” will Mess with your Head

Rogue Artists Ensemble’s ‘Wood Boy Dog Fish’ returns with added hyper-theatrical magic and terror   BURBANK, Calif (April 10, 2018) — Award-winning artists’ collective Rogue Artists Ensemble brings a new-and-improved version of its acclaimed, Ovation award-winning Wood Boy Dog Fish to Burbank this summer. A mature and delightfully macabre reimagining of Carlo Collodi’s “The Adventures…

Theatre Fans, Get Ready for the New York Hit: Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally

West Coast premiere of New York Times critic’s pick ‘Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally’  has a unique POV LOS ANGELES (Aug. 3, 2017) — A funny, sad, lyrical and highly original coming of age story from emerging playwright Kevin Armento features an unconventional narrator: the phone belonging to a troubled teen. Working Barn Productions presents the West Coast premiere of New…

Antaeus Theatre’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Review

Antaeus Theatre’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Reviewby Bryan Scheidler Are you tired of the endless reality TV? Do you need a break from Superhero themed television? If so, might I suggest taking in the Theatre. Last year I got the opportunity to talk with some of the talented people (Armin Shimerman, Kitty Ann…