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With wit and warmth, Hollywood bids goodbye to Garry Marshall, ‘an irreplaceable man’

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/la-et-st-garry-marshall-memorial-20161110-story.html by Chris Erskine String quintets performed and Bette Midler sang. Studio moguls recalled TV’s lucrative happy days, and Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts talked about what a mensch director-producer Garry Marshall was. Vin Scully came out of retirement to praise…

BELOVED FILM AND TELEVISION DIRECTOR GARRY MARSHALL PASSES AWAY

 Burbank, California — Garry Marshall, film and television writer, director, and actor, has passed away at the age of 81, at 5:00pm on Tuesday July 19 from complications of pneumonia following a stroke at a hospital in Burbank, California. Mr.…

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Opening Weekend for Impro Theatre’s Tennessee Williams UnScripted

Falcon Theatre Presents Impro Theatre’s June 10-July 31, 2016 Fri 8pm; Sat 4pm & 8pm; Sun 4pm LA TIMES CRITIC’S CHOICE! “Simultaneously funny, moving and absolutely in keeping with Williams’ thematics. Impro Theatre’s considerable agility and its infectious sense of…

‘A or B?’ Previews Begin Oct. 15!

We are only one week away from the first preview of A or B? starring Jason Dechert, Jules Willcox and written by Ken Levine! This modern day love story takes place in corporate New York City. When Abby Morgan interviews…

Review Roundup: The Western UnScripted

Impro Theatre‘s The Western UnScripted has been nothing but improvisational cowboy bliss and we’re happy to share the reviews with you, check them out! “This is art. This is craft. This is entertainment. This is theater.”– Colin Mitchell of Bitter…

Review Round Up #1: The Mystery of Irma Vep

Reviews are pouring in for The Mystery of Irma Vep!  We’ve had a great time so far with this spoof of Rebecca, Wuthering Heights, horror movies, Hitchcock thrillers, Edgar Allan Poe and many other theater conventions, gothic literature and classic…