Monthly Archive:: January 2015

A Chat With Jamie & Cathy of “The Last Five Years”

BY CARY GINELL Louis Pardo and Ashley Fox Linton star in the Rubicon Theatre Company’s new production of Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years. We caught up with Louis and Ashley last week, during

“Moonlight & Magnolias” – Frankly, My Dear, This Is One Funny Play

REVIEW BY CARY GINELL Moonlight and Magnolias is playwright Ron Hutchinson’s dramatic conjecture about what might have happened behind closed doors during the creation of the most talked about motion picture of all time,

Theater League’s New Production: “Camelot” or “Camelittle”?

REVIEW BY CARY GINELL In Theater League’s new traveling production of Camelot, the venerable musical is described as “the story as you’ve never seen it before.” Given Theater League’s penchant of late for streamlining and

Two Local Youngsters Slated to Perform in Theater League’s “Camelot”

BY CARY GINELL For their current touring production of Camelot, which plays this weekend at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Theater League, in conjunction with Phoenix Entertainment, continues the show’s tradition by casting local

“Spring Awakening” Closes to Full House

REVIEW BY NATALIA VIVINO Last Sunday, YA4Ever’s production of Spring Awakening completed its run to a full house at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts. Seats were hard to come by, and for good reason. The rock

Agoura High School’s “Bubble Boy” Conquers All

REVIEW BY NATALIA VIVINO On Friday, January 9, I had the pleasure of attending Agoura High School’s first-ever production of Bubble Boy, an original musical created by Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio. Unlike previous