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Kill Climate Deniers Doesn't Preach What Its Title Says, But It's Still Provocative
Thursday, September 7, 2017 at 9 a.m. by Joel Beers
It's not often that a play gets ripped to shreds by a douchebag typing for Breitbart, creates a row in the Australian parliament, and summons a small legion of climate change deniers to their keyboards, touting how much more about s...
OC Fall 2017 Theater Preview: Curvy Latinas, Deaf Weirdos and More!
Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 9 a.m. by Joel Beers
Fall—or, as the elitist snobs like to say, autumn—begins this month, and, as usual, Orange Countians are agog with anticipation at all the marvels the season will display: searing heat, raging brush fires and no college football—tho...
Garage Theatre Offers Two One-Acters That Talk a Lot, But Also Have a Great Deal of Heart
Wednesday, June 1, 2016 at 7:14 p.m. by Joel Beers
A friend of mine who is a bartender was asked the other night, "How's life?" He replied, "Taking too long." It's a line from the film Kingpin, but it kind of defines some of what's at work in the two one-acts by Scottish playwright ...
Opaline (A Deliroum For a Parched Planet)
Thursday, March 3, 2016 at 4 a.m. by Aimee Murillo
Making its world premiere at Garage Theater in Long Beach, Opaline (A Delirium For a Parched Planet) is Fengar Gael's magical realism romance detective mystery play. It begins with the discovery of a body of a woman who had apparent...