“Astrologically Screwed and Other Psychic Revelations” at Whitefire Theatre

Production photos courtesy of Pam Levin. In actor-playwright Pam Levin’s new solo performance piece, Astrologically Screwed and Other Psychic Revelations, she takes on the character of a woman who has just turned forty, a day that causes her some trepidation. A believer in the super-national, she recalls a session she had with an astrologer she … Continue reading “Astrologically Screwed and Other Psychic Revelations” at Whitefire Theatre

“The Ghosts of Mary Lincoln” at Dugan’s Backyard Playhouse

Last October, after having endured fully a half-a-year of no live, in-the-house theatre, I was offered the opportunity to review a real, in-person show at something called Dugan’s Backyard Playhouse. The excellent actor-playwright, Tom Duggan (Wiesenthal, Tell Him It’s Jackie, Oscar to Oscar and Frederick Douglass- In the Shadow of Slavery), intrigued me with the … Continue reading “The Ghosts of Mary Lincoln” at Dugan’s Backyard Playhouse

“Magical Musical Mystery Follies” at West Coast Jewish Theatre

West Coast Jewish Theatre’s ambitious fund raising extravaganza, Magical Musical Mystery Follies, is loaded with a range of talent, some superb and some so so. The show clocks in at two hours. For streaming audiences. I would recommend taking a break half-way through. The amiable Howard Teichman serves double duty as jokemeister as well as … Continue reading “Magical Musical Mystery Follies” at West Coast Jewish Theatre