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ensemble theatre · off the beaten track · Australia

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tagged as: comedy · two person · drama
Attending Fringe shows at random, I've found them to be pretty dismal and frankly, embarrassing. Imagine my delight, then, when I saw this gem. Terrific acting and directed with a sure hand. Deft, smart and funny. Definitely a must-see.... full review
GREG Z June 26, 2014
Great window into how 1970s inside the Big Apple isn't much different than the life we face now. A woman escaping from a dull Midwest marriage meets a creative copywriter who's unsuccessfully started an ad company; their witty acerbic repartee is funny, revealing, smart and fast paced. The actors are both spot on in their performances, intellectually stimulating with great physical presence. The material couldn't be more timeless yet authentic -- D.B. Gillis wrote the piece decades ago. Go see it.... full review
JANET MILLER June 17, 2014
Lovely chemistry between these two charming actors! A funny, quirky story. Loved that it was set in the 70's. ... full review
ALKI HASE certified reviewer June 30, 2014
This was a fresh and entertaining show. Highlighting that innocence lost can enlighten and open us up to experiencing alternate paths. Ms. Simone has a freshness about her that is very engaging and exciting. The on-stage chemistry was great. The flow and timing of the show was great as well. ... full review


THE TRIAL OF DALI comedy from Sydney, Au. June 14, 15, 16 and 19. RUBY THEATRE. 6476 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90038 Tickets $15. online at: https:// or in BOX OFFICE.

Forgetting not Forgotten

This multimedia, multiple character is a edutainment solo show. A performer takes on the role as caregiver after her mothers diagnosis with Alzheimers, and as the neighborhood becomes gentrified her world falls apart.