Keri Tombazian

Until The Flood By Dael Orlandersmith

Do Not Miss The Masterfully Poignant 'Until The Flood' At The Kirk Douglas Theater

On February 5, 2020, the man whose generous support made possible the launch of the Center Theatre Group’s third stage, passed away at the glorious age of 103. CTG honored actor Kirk Douglas Wednesday night with the dimming of the lights at the theatre which bears his name. It is lovely to note...
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What The Constitution Means to me

Keri Tombazian Reviews The Mark Taper Forum's Production of "What the Constitution Means to Me"

Who knew back in 2017 when Heidi Schreck’s What the Constitution Means to Me began its life at New York City’s Clubbed Thumb theatre that it would end up making its splashy west coast premiere at this very moment in time—when issues of the Constitution are being tossed about like a football during...
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Latin History for Morons, A Theater Review By Keri Tombazian

t is a joy when, on any given opening night, the Ahmanson Theatre is packed. And so it was for the much-anticipated opening night of Latin History for Morons—the air crackling with excitement as subscribers, fans, celebrities, and reviewers found their seats. Long before his accomplished body of...
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'Something Rotten' At The Ahmanson: A Theatre Review by Keri Tombazian

On the heels of its successful Broadway run, the hilarious Something Rotten hit the road in January and has arrived in L.A. just in time for the season to be jolly at the Ahmanson Theatre.
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