Articles written by Sharon Bell

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 By Sharon Bell    A & E    October 20, 2011

'Red Noses': A Dark Comedy With Biting Social Satire

Entertainment Editor “Red Noses”, written by British playwright Peter Barnes has been chosen as the premiere play of the Actors’ Gang’s 30th season. Barnes was known for his dark comedy using shockin...

 By Sharon Bell    A & E    October 21, 2010

"When Garbo Talks" Was Worth the Wait

Entertainment Editor In 2008 at the International Center Theatre in Long Beach a test audience of 349 people saw a staged reading for a musical comedy which was titled “Garbo…the Musical”. They were t...

 By Sharon Bell    News    February 4, 2010

World's Largest Collection Coming To Culver - Part 1

Mayme Clayton Library Plans Soft Opening This Year First of two parts What if there were a city where teachers could bring their students to see artifacts found nowhere else in the world? What if...

 By Sharon Bell    A & E    November 26, 2009

The Power Of Poetry Demonstrated At Actors' Gang

The performance by the Get-Lit Players, teen poets, is another unique and stellar offering from The Actors” Gang and co-sponsored by LA Weekly in the WTF?! Series. The troupe studies and recites c...

 By Sharon Bell    A & E    October 29, 2009

Robbins, Browne, Sons Wow Culver Audience

Tim Robbins nonchalantly sauntered on stage at the Actor’s Gang Theatre last Saturday night and welcomed the packed house as if he were inviting them into his living room. The crowd loved it and r...

 By Sharon Bell    A & E    October 22, 2009

Tenacious D Rocks In Culver City

In the United States funding for the arts has always been one of the first things to go in tough economic times as evidenced by the decline of the Harlem Renaissance. Now all artistic venues are havin...

 By Sharon Bell    A & E    October 7, 2009

Playing 29 Characters, Fitzsimmions Takes Actors' Gang Audience On Her Journey

Need to know is the phrase used by the government to describe the restriction of data that is considered sensitive. Even if one has the necessary clearance, such information would be given only as...


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