REVIEW BY CARY GINELL Samuel Joel Mostel was nicknamed “Zero” because the publicity agent who came up with the name told him it was because “you came from nothing.” After years of struggling as a nightclub comic
REVIEW BY CARY GINELL As the topic of guns in society becomes more and more prominent during the upcoming election season, Stephen Sondheim’s controversial 1990 Off-Broadway and off-beat musical Assassins has increased in its relevancy.
BY CARY GINELL Beginning this Saturday, the Elite Theatre Company’s South Stage will be presenting Zero Hour, a one-man play about legendary actor Zero Mostel. The project is near and dear to the heart of actor
REVIEW BY CARY GINELL Musical Theatre Intensive is a five-week program designed to challenge serious musical theatre students in a professional setting. The program offers intermediate to advanced training in acting, singing and dancing. This
REVIEW BY CARY GINELL This past spring, R. Shane Bingham took on the challenging task of portraying British talk show host David Frost in High Street Arts Center’s outstanding production of Frost/Nixon. In his next
REVIEW BY CARY GINELL On Saturday night, we journeyed outside of our usual geographical sphere to the West Valley Playhouse in Canoga Park to see several familiar Ventura County faces perform in a wacky show