Monthly Archive:: September 2015

Don Enoch Takes Over at Oak Park High School With “You Can’t Take It With You”

BY CARY GINELL There’s been a changing of the guard at Oak Park High School, as Don Enoch begins his first season as the school’s drama director. Enoch doesn’t come to the role unarmed,

Sami Staitman’s “World” Is More Than Just Awesome

REVIEW BY CARY GINELL Sami Staitman is pretty much your typical 15-year-old teenaged girl. On Sunday afternoon, we journeyed into the Valley to see the Ventura County resident play the part of Molly, pretty much your typical

For Costumer Lori Lee Gordon, the Theater Is a Perfect Fit

BY CARY GINELL Lori Lee Gordon is one of those rare individuals whose talents can lead her in multiple directions, and she’d likely be a success in any of them. An exquisite singer and

A Roundtable Discussion With the Stars of “Nine”

BY CARY GINELL On October 2, Camarillo Skyway Playhouse debuts its production of Nine. Based on Federico Fellini’s semi-autobiographical film,  8 1/2, the musical version, which features a score by Maury Yeston, tells the story

Explosive Confrontation in “Copenhagen”

REVIEW BY CARY GINELL Attention: students slogging through boring classes of quantum mechanics – have I got a show for you. Go see Copenhagen, the Tony-Award winning play now being staged at the Rubicon Theatre Company