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Teenage Groundhog Day [Special Screenings, Sept. 14-21]

7 days ago by Matt Coker
Rushmore. The Frida Cinema's Wes Anderson tribute continues with the 1998 movie that deservedly made Jason Schwartzman much more than just a Phantom Planet drummer and reopened the eyes of filmmakers to the wonder that is Bill Murray. Failing student Max Fischer (Schwartzman) is the king of extracurricular activities at...

'Being Flynn' Is About Fathers and Sons in Suck City

6 years ago by Karina Longworth
Written and directed by Paul Weitz, Being Flynn is an adaptation of Nick Flynn's 2004 memoir, Another Bullshit Night in Suck City, which explored the author's pivotal experience working at the Boston homeless shelter at which his down-and-out dad Jonathan was a frequent guest. In the movie, Paul Dano and...

Eight Reasons to See Twelfth Night

12 years ago by Joel Beers
Go and do thee likewise

How to Spend Your Summer Saturdays in Orange County

2 years ago by OC Weekly Staff
Oh, summer weekend: three days of unrestrained freedom to drink and eat and fuck and sunbathe and swim whenever, wherever or however you want. The parties, the beaches, the shows, the festivals, the carne asada Sundays, the booing of Dana Rohrabacher as he waves to the crowd during Huntington Beach's...

The Last of Robin Hood Wrestles With a Star's Underage Love

3 years ago by Stephanie Zacharek
If older man/younger women matchups make many people uncomfortable, the older man/much younger women combo tends to make them apoplectic. It would be impossible for Nabokov to publish Lolita today, now that all of life and all of art must be arranged, categorized and restricted as a way of protecting...


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Hunger Artists Theater Closing its Doors :-(

5 years ago by Joel Beers
One of the longest chapters in Orange County theater history comes to a close next month and, unfortunately, it ends on a sad note: After 16 years of offering the most literary-conscious collection of plays on a local stage not named South Coast Repertory, the Hunger Artists Theater Company closes in...

Timing Is Everything

12 years ago by AMANDA VANDE BRAKE
Especially at this years Guignol, which lacks it

Hunger Pangs

12 years ago by Joel Beers
Vaudeville meets shrooms in Hunger Artists 10th-anniversary play

More With Less

10 years ago by Joel Beers
Doing more with less is the through-line of the fifth—and final—season of The Wire, the best TV since the halcyon days of Alf. It's also what the Hunger Artists' production of Romeo and Juliet tries to accomplish. Director Shannon CM Flynn, in an apparent attempt to make the world's best-known...


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