Archive for the ‘Theater Thriller’ Category

  Much like heroin, youth is an opiate by which we convince ourselves that the worlds we create in our minds are the same ones that we actually live in. It is not until we grow older, out of youth, that we realize they really were. A young man, Mark, rises from a ‘strange bed,’ waking […]

A Family Thing is a play about how three brothers and their respective lovers attempt to create a family out of the ones they were given. Jimmy is coming home from prison after serving years for armed robbery and Sean and Frank spend a big chunk of their time trying to arm themselves in anticipation […]

The ocean is a far thirteen miles from West Adams. Far from 24th street near Hoover where at a building that once housed horses is now the home of the 24th Street Theatre. Where within that theatre the opening night and West Coast premiere of Mike Kenny’s Walking the Tightrope is set to begin. “It’s not your typical […]

By Jesse Herwitz Victor Hugo once wrote that the ‘one spectacle grander than the sea is the interior of the soul.’ If there is a place where that spectacle is being staged, where the sea meets the soul, then the characters of Mike Kenny’s ‘Walking the Tightrope’ are its permanent resident actors. Subject to a […]

Written by Rob Corn Parking in this industrial area south of downtown LA is eerily quiet.  Six 01 Studio, an artists collective/rental space, is an interesting place for a play.  A 7000 sq ft open area warehouse is certainly more space than most black boxes a small company or production is used to.    Casey […]