REVIEW BY CARY GINELL In the opening scene of the Rubicon Theatre Company’s production of My Fair Lady, buskers in London’s Covent Garden, where Cockney Eliza Doolittle works as a flower girl, are rewarded with
BY CARY GINELL Today we visit with Samantha Eve, artistic director and founder of the Out of the Box Theatre in Santa Barbara. Although we’re not changing our web name to VC-and-Sometimes-SB On Stage,”
BY CARY GINELL This week we conclude our interview with Renée Marino, who stars as Lola in Cabrillo Music Theatre’s production of Damn Yankees, which closes this weekend at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.
BY CARY GINELL Recently, our good friend, actress and costumer-extraordinare Lori Lee Gordon made me aware of an editorial by Skip Maloney in his On Stage blog titled “We Should Review Community Theater Productions…Honestly.” (http://www.onstageblog.com.)
BY CARY GINELL Ventura County has its share of young, talented performers, but the anchors for many of these splendid productions are the veteran actors who have settled here after having successful careers elsewhere.