Monthly Archive:: February 2014

Director James C. Stevens Talks About “The Boys Next Door”

BY CARY GINELL The Boys Next Door, Tom Griffin’s serio-comic play about four mentally disabled men living in a communal home in New England, makes its debut at the Elite Theatre Company’s main stage

Rubicon’s “Noises Off” Is Comic Mayhem Masterpiece

REVIEW BY CARY GINELL In what show can you find a fire ax, a hot water bottle, a cactus plant, and a migrating plate of sardines? The answer is Noises Off, Michael Frayn’s madcap play-within-a-play

Santa Susana High Junior Shines in “Legally Blonde”

REVIEW BY CARY GINELL Remember the name Sara Gilbert. The sixteen-year-old Santa Susana High School junior delivered a mature, engaging, and perfectly executed performance as Elle Woods, the misunderstood Malibu fashionista who dares to

Cabrillo’s “Forever Plaid” Shows Many Splendored Talents

REVIEW BY CARY GINELL On February 9, Cabrillo Music Theatre’s production of Forever Plaid will close, but that day marks a very special milestone in popular music history – it will have been fifty years

Randy Crenshaw Comes Out From Behind the Mike to Star in “Fiddler”

BY CARY GINELL High Street Arts Center’s new production of Fiddler on the Roof stars a new kind of Tevye. Randy Crenshaw has been doing voiceover work and singing in cartoons and animated features since the