Posts Tagged ‘The Dorie Theatre’


Pledge, Paul Shoulberg’s edgy, entertaining Hollywood Fringe Festival 2017 slice-of-frat-life comedy is back, and fully designed for a post-Fringe run. Now all Shoulberg has to do is expand his 65-minute one-act into a full-length play and it could well see life after its four weeks at the Dorie.
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Four fabulous females feud, fuss, fight, and forge unlikely bonds as women on a weekend self-improvement quest in Stan Zimmerman’s terrifically performed 21st-anniversary revival of Justin Tanner’s laugh-packed Heartbreak Help.
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Kristina Miller ignites the stage as Queenie in Quentin Garzón’s passion-project intimate staging of the 2000 off-Broadway musical adaptation of Joseph Moncure March’s 1928 epic poem The Wild Party, one which Garzón and company have redubbed “Andrew Lippa’s Wild Party,” the better to distinguish it from the Michael John LaChiusa Wild Party that played on Broadway the same year.
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