Orange County Theatre Reviews

Honorable Thieves : La Habra Theater Guild Presents: The Heart of Robin Hood @ Pitlockry Hall in La Habra – Review

(Photo courtesy: Paul Luna)

Written by Daniella Litvak 

Century after century people continue to love Robin Hood–the noble outlaw who steals from the rich and gives to the poor, while outwitting the corrupt Prince John with his archery skills and band of Merry Men. There are an innumerable amount of Robin Hood stories out there. They are all told in a variety of ways with tone varying from cynical to idealistic.  Continue Reading

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La Habra Theatre Guild Impressive Line Up Plays 2016/2017 – News

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An amazing line up of plays coming up from the LA Habra Theatre Guild. The material and the work this school puts out makes some colleges look lazy. keep up the great work LA Habra!
1. High School premiere of Lauren Gunderson’s I AND YOU in August
2.  LORD OF THE FLIES in October.
3.  Broadway classic GUYS AND DOLLS in November 

4.  A CHRISTMAS CAROL in December 

5. A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM in January. 

6. Luigi Pirandello LIOLÁ in February and so much more!

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La Habra Theater Guild Presents : The Plummer Project @ Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton – Review

Written by Mike Martin

It’s never easy to review what is essentially educational theater, but I tip my hat to the La Habra High School Theater Guild for opening themselves to criticism on their latest production, The Plummer Project.

First, let me say that this production is incredibly ambitious. The LHHS company has produced an interactive theater experience inside the grand old Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton and put the hoary old space to as good a use as anything12509045_1114747255226515_671737466202334640_n (1) I’ve seen there in years. They are producing three separate shows running for approximately an hour each. Any given patron can only see two of these tracks on a given night (one before and one after intermission) with the story lines determined by a random distribution of wristbands. Each story winds its way through the interior and grounds of the auditorium and occasionally splits off into even smaller vignettes as audience members are singled out for one on one interactions away from the main group. This makes for a theater experience that can differ wildly from one viewer to the next. Continue Reading

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