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Oct

La Mirada’s Rent Is Somewhat Extravagant, But Still Resonant.

By Patrick Hurley

Tackling addiction, poverty, and love Rent, is a dark, somewhat overwrought depiction of life in the East Village of New York City in the middle of the AIDS crisis. Read more »

16
Oct

Cirque goes Steampunk!

By Patrick Hurley

Anyone who’s ever experienced Cirque Du Soleil can attest to the fact that the physical feats are the draw. We want to see incredibly, nearly impossible human ability. Read more »

16
Oct

Extreme Guards Makes for Great Theater

By Patrick Hurley
Average men having to do unimaginable things strikes a violent and elegiac chord in The Geffen Playhouse production of Guards at the Taj, playing now through November 15. The play, written by Rajiv Joseph is a two-handed exploration of truth, beauty, and friendship at its most heightened extreme. Read more »

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Patrick Hurley

Writes Plays & TV. Rewrites Queer History.

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