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Timely, relevant, and thought-provoking – a review of the NiA Company production of David Mamet’s “Race” – by Jillian Owens

David Mamet is a playwright that has no problem leaving you feeling uncomfortable.  The NiA Company  production at the Richard and Debbie Cohn Trustus Side Door Theatre of his play, Race , is no exception.  Mamet is known for his dark, fast-paced … Continue reading

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“The 39 Steps” at USC’s Longstreet Theatre – a review by Jillian Owens

Do you enjoy mystery, intrigue, espionage, ridiculous accents, and fast-paced gender-bending craziness?  Do you also happen to be a fan of the films of Alfred Hitchcock? If your answers to these questions is no, just stop reading this right now … Continue reading

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Theatre and passion are always in fashion – the Refashionista reviews “Love, Loss, and What I Wore”

As a lover of fashion, my editor here at Jasper assumed I’d be a great fit to review Love, Loss, and What I Wore at Trustus Theatre.   I was a little worried that this show wouldn’t be for me.  I … Continue reading

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