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CRIME AND PUNISHMENT at the Edgemar Center for the Arts

Ed Krieger

Ed Krieger

Erin Conley – On Stage & Screen

If you find the page count or the dense subject matter of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment too intimidating, Marilyn Campbell and Curt Columbus’s award-winning stage adaptation might be more palatable. Clocking in at a cool 90 minutes and featuring only three actors, this version boils the classic tale down to the essentials, while still preserving the cat-and-mouse dynamic the source material is so known for.
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Now running through May 26

 

FROM HER EYES ONLY at the Edgemar Center for the Arts

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Photo by Everett Ray Aponte

Paul Birchall  – Stage Raw

So, nobody does it better.  Makes me feel sad for the rest.  Nobody does it better.  Baby, baby, you’re the best.

We are talking about James Bond, ruthless British secret agent 007, who, along with Doctor Who and the dear old Queen Liz, are some of the best things to come out of England in the mid-20th century. Read more…

Now running through Sept. 27.

TRAIN TO ZAKOPANE at Edgemar Center for the Arts

Photo by Ron Vignone

Photo by Ron Vignone

Margaret Gray – LA Times

Henry Jaglom’s “Train to Zakopané,” premiering at the Edgemar Center for the Arts, is based on an incident in the life of his father: a rich, complex, heartbreaking story of doomed lovers in Poland between the wars.