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Kris Malone is the nom de plume of a longtime Hollywood talent agent. Kris created this website as a way for actors to improve their chances of making it in Hollywood, not as a way to reach the agency for possible representation. Kris wishes all of you actors out there the best of luck, laced with a big dose of reality and plain old common sense.

THE KING OF HEARTS IS OFF AGAIN

A MARVELOUS POLISH PLAY AT THE ODYSSEY When a play is so thought-provoking that it makes it impossible to sleep afterwards without first googling the facts that it presents, it has, in some not so small measure, served its purpose. ...

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DOUBT

8/12/12 Just when you thought you’d already seen it often enough, along comes a superlative production of “DOUBT”. The remarkable Westchester Playhouse (“remarkable” for its longevity in a rather off-the-beaten-track location AND for the quality of the work currently on ...

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THE CRUCIBLE

“THE CRUCIBLE” still holds it own. Arthur Miller’s not-so-subtle jab at McCarthyism in his 1952 masterpiece, “The Crucible”, still packs a frightening and emotional wallop.  L.A. hasn’t seen a production of this piece in a long, long time, but at ...

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THE BOOBY PRIZE

THE BOOBY PRIZE

 “THE BOOBY PRIZE” is a real WINNER! Actress and top-notch comedienne, LIZZIE CZERNER, was blessed (or so one might think) with a notable physical attribute: A big, lush bosom that became the focal point of too many sets of eyes ...

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KRUNK FU BATTLE BATTLE

“KRUNK FU BATTLE BATTLE”  EAST WEST PLAYERS DOES IT AGAIN! You might casually stroll your way into the wonderful theater that is home to East West Players in Little Tokyo, but we guarantee you’ll be hip-hopping out of there by ...

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JUST 45 MINUTES FROM BROADWAY

JUST 45 MINUTES FROM BROADWAY By Henry Jaglom Edgemar Center For The Arts, in Santa Monica When the highlight of a stage production is the set and when the reaction of everyone around you is, “Well, the set, at least, ...

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TUXEDO MAN

TUXEDO MAN By Zack Hoffman “Tuxedo Man” is a one-man show written and performed by a Canadian-turned Angeleno-turned Seattleite named Zach Hoffman. He recently took this show about a used-up, has-been lounge singer on the road and our intrepid reporter, ...

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BENGAL TIGER AT THE BAGHDAD ZOO

BENGAL TIGER AT THE BAGHDAD ZOO By Rajiv Joseph Mark Taper Forum
 – April 14 – May 30, 2010 When this play premiered in 2009 at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, in Culver City, I very deliberately avoided it, simply because ...

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STOP ASKING THE WRONG PEOPLE

STOP ASKING THE WRONG PEOPLE

Your Aunt Rose in Peoria thinks you’re as cute as a bug, but does that mean she knows the difference between your high school annual portrait and a professional headshot? That new pal you met at an audition for the ...

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PLAY REVIEWS

PLAY REVIEWS

There is a tiger in the ruins of the Baghdad Zoo when the play opens – a tiger played to his grumpy hilt by the only semi-name actor in the piece, Kenneth Tighe.

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