Category Archive: Comedy

Kinky Pinter at Hollywood Fringe Festival

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By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor Think you need a bit of domination and submission in your life? A chair, a couch, a lamp and a Harold Pinter play is all the kinkiness you… Continue reading

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Peel back the layered cornhusks of ‘Tamales de Puerco’ at Casa 0101

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By Armand Huipe Staff Writer Tamales de Puerco by Mercedes Floresislas is a trilingual play about Norma (Cristal Gonzalez), a mother, and Maurico (Olin Tonatiuh*), her deaf son, surviving and thriving in the… Continue reading

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Chinglish is a Welcome and Hysterical Escape

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By Armando Huipe Staff Writer “Slip and Fall Down Carefully” is what a mistranslated “Caution Slippery Floor” sign might read in China; a handicapped restroom becomes a “Deformed Man’s Toilet.” Chinglish follows an… Continue reading

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Zombies 101: Lifesaving Tips Abound in Theater Asylum’s ‘How to Survive a Zombie Apocaplypse’

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by Raquel Sanchez Staff Writer By now everybody should know how to ‘kill’ a zombie. For those  unfamiliar with the “The Walking Dead” by Frank Darabont, “Night of the Living Dead” or anything… Continue reading

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Attention Dog Lovers: Don’t Miss ‘The Misadventures of Rick the Strangler’ or Rick and Amos Might Just Come Find You!

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by Angela Imperial Staff Writer Hit man. Check. Hot Nurse. Check. Talking dog. Check. The world premiere of The Misadventures of Rick the Strangler written and directed by Brian Peterson is a fun… Continue reading

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Barbara Gray: The Interview

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by Tony Bartolone Staff Writer pLAywriting in the city The world of stand up comedy can be a harsh place. It can also be the greatest place in the world. One of the… Continue reading

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