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    'I Ought to Be in Pictures' Suffers From Superficial Acting

    Though one of Neil Simon’s lesser-known works, “I Ought to Be in Pictures” contains many of his signature touches. Unfortunately, Falcon Theatre’s production is a lackluster effort.

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    Autobiographical 'Chapter Two' Still Charms Nearly 40 Years On

    Shrewd direction, a timeless look, and detailed performances boost Laguna Playhouse’s production of Neil Simon’s “Chapter Two” while downplaying character clichés and zingy quips.

  • News

    Best of the Week Ahead: Oct. 10-16

    "Shepard & Dark" on screens in L.A. and NYC; comedy duo TJ & Dave play NYC's Town Hall; Tony Danza discusses his career at the Drama League Theatr Center; the Glass-Wilson opera "Einstein on the Beach" finally premieres in L.A.; and Judd Hirsch and Danny Devito reviving Neil Simon's "The Sunshine Boys" at the Ahmanson are what we're looking ...