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Merry Wives in the Park Works Despite Not Being One of the Bard’s Best

Granted, The Merry Wives of Windsor is universally regarded as one of the Bard’s weakest works. Shakespeare by the Sea certainly know that, but...

The Foreigner Finds Solid Footing on Familiar Ground

“How does one go about acquiring a personality,” Charlie (David Lawrence) wonders. His dying wife finds him “shatteringly, profoundly boring,” which he regards as...

No Clichés, Few Laughs in Love/Sick

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist Love/Sick knows what it wants to be. By stringing together nine short plays employing SNL-style skit comedy whose punchlines...

soundpedro: San Pedro’s New Annual Artistic Tradition

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist   There was nothing quite like SoundWalk in Southern California. For ten years running, the arts organization FLOOD curated as...

Curtain Call: Not Enough Love Potion to Cast a Spell

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist There’s a curious juxtaposition at the heart of The Love Potion. Based on a modern (1900) retelling of the...

Heavy-Handedness Makes for Stiff “Cardboard Piano”

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call columnist   In a world full of atrocities, how do we move forward when we have destroyed that which cannot be...

Great Performance, Timely Topic Makes for Watchable “Extremities”

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call reviewer It’s one of the better-known premises in modern theatre: a man breaks into a house to rape a woman,...

“Richard III” Is Not Elysium’s Finest Hour

Elysium Conservatory Theatre has a good thing going. Under the redoubtable guidance of Aaron Ganz, their dramatic smorgasbords of movement, music and lighting overflow...

Eternity Resounds in The Invention of Morel

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call theatre reviewer When an opera’s first sound is a thunderstorm, it’s a good bet things will get gothic. That’s The...

Curtain Call: Musical Theatre West Makes “Guys and Dolls” Sing

Review by Greggory Moore The sum total of my childhood exposure to traditional Broadway musicals was the film Grease and my mom’s incessant playing of...

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Reopening Schedule: Nail Salons Permitted to Reopen

The County's percent test positivity has fallen significantly from an average of about 8% in July to about 3% in September. Now that...

Changes to Metro Bus Service Approved

Changes to a variety of Metro bus lines that run through San Pedro were unanimously approved at the Sept. 18 meeting of...

Welcome to Trumplandia, Where Nothing is as It Appears

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the...

Artist Karena Massengill: Welding Ideas in Constant Motion

For Karena Massengill, do is the operative word. A professional artist who lives next to Sunken City in San Pedro, she is...