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‘Ghost’ appears at The Pantages on Friday

‘Ghost’ appears at The Pantages on Friday

The Hollywood Pantages Theatre presents “Ghost the Musical” running from Friday, June 27 through Sunday, July 13. The production relives the iconic moments from the Oscar-winning movie “Ghost” in a new Broadway musical. The production breathes new life into a timeless love story through an original pop score from multiple Grammy Award-winners Dave Stewart, half [...] [...more]

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Bring on the nuns!

Bring on the nuns!

The Broadway production of “Sister Act”, written by Joseph Howard, opened Tuesday night for a three week run at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. Perhaps most notable about this fun, hip-shaking, hand-clapping musical is that the “Sisters” take charge. From the opening curtain Deloris Van Cartier, played by the voluptuous Ta’Rea Campbell, holds court for [...] [...more]

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Rigby gives you much to crow about

Rigby gives you much to crow about

She flies through the air with the greatest of ease, that daring young 60-year-old Cathy Rigby. Once again returning to the stage as Peter Pan, in the award-winning musical “Peten Pan”, Rigby dazzles the audience with her high-flying acrobatics, looking all of the age of 26 – seriously. Her high energy and remarkable nimbleness astounded [...] [...more]

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Donny and Marie light up the holidays in L.A.

Donny and Marie light up the holidays in L.A.

Just as one “Mormon” show exited stage right, another blew into town – of a slight different variety, however. I went to opening night of “Donny and Marie, Christmas in Los Angeles” a little skeptical, and expecting a campy caroling chorus of Yuletide tunes. What I did not expect was a well-produced, highly entertaining variety [...] [...more]

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Mamma Mia! How Can I Resist You?

Mamma Mia! How Can I Resist You?

Mamma Mia opened Tuesday night at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood to a packed house ready to dance and sing along with the three leading ladies, Donna, Rosie and Tonya, and the girls didn’t disappoint. Donna (center), played by a svelte Kaye Tuckerman, is the mother-of-the-bride, whose best friends show up for her daughter Sophie’s [...] [...more]

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