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    Rome & Jewels

    Reviewed by Phyllis Goldman

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    Gran Torino

    It's Clint Eastwood's final turn before the cameras, and he's going out in style with the kind of role that not only allows him to burn up the screen but also manages to sum up an entire career.

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    Tomahawk

    One can't help but wonder if a healthy dosage of preshow hallucinogens might showcase this jawdroppingly awful three hours of theatrical drivel in a more palatable light.

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    ALEXANDROS

    at the Laguna Playhouse

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    Alice Sit-By-The Fire

    The show's scenic design beautifully fulfills the humor and period sensitivity of this piece, along with careful costuming, lighting, and sound design.

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    2.5 Minute Ride

    A main tenet, if not the central one, of autobiographical solo performance is the performer's direct connection to the material.

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    Changeling

    In her personal life, Angelina Jolie may be the most famous mother in the world, but now she's carrying that over into her cinematic life as well.

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    Webeime

    As a whole, the actors are outstanding, effectively transitioning from sweet to frightening at a moment's notice.

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    PLANET X

    at the Chance Theater

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    Traces/Fades

    Lenora Champagne cramsTraces/fadeswith enough material to fill two or three plays.