“Best of Pick of the Vine—Series B” at Little Fish Theatre Company

In the second series of Little Fish Theatre’s Best of Pick of the Vine, most of the delectable short plays are sillier and played more broadly than Series A. There is an enthusiastic go for broke feeling to them that gets the sold out audience (on the evening performance I attended) hooting with laughter. And … Continue reading “Best of Pick of the Vine—Series B” at Little Fish Theatre Company

“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” at The Ahmanson Theatre

Christopher John Francis Boone is an unusual fifteen- year-old boy. Self described as “a mathematician with some behavioral difficulties,” one can see that he is outside the realm of normal. He cringes violently if touched and has many sensitivities. Yet he is brilliant in his own way. Like the classic case of the blind men … Continue reading “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” at The Ahmanson Theatre

“Best of Pick of the Vine—Series A” at Little Fish Theatre Company

I love a festival of short plays. It is amazing how much story can be packed into a playlet of about ten or fifteen minutes in length. They can be screamingly funny, whimsical, thought provoking or touching. Little Fish Theatre’s latest offering is two evenings of what they have entitled Best of the Pick of … Continue reading “Best of Pick of the Vine—Series A” at Little Fish Theatre Company