By Ernest Kearney — At times, I feel I do a disservice to the remarkable talents that it is my sincere honor to be so fortunate to enjoy here at the Fringe. Trying to balance a production of my own and rack up as many other offerings as I can, is somewhat overwhelming at times and I can’t manage to climb up to the mountain top to shout out my praise for those deserving it.
One of the most deserving shows to have suffered from my overtaxed schedule is The Girl who Jumped off the Hollywood Sign, an intimate and intelligent assessment of the perils of the siren call of fame.
Written and performed by Joanne Hartstone, under the direction of Vince Fusco, the audience joins a Peg Entwistle wannabe as she teeters precariously perched on the top of the Hollywood sign looking down at her impermanence and that of fame. It was a stellar performance.
Forgive the tardiness of this review, but take from it a PLATINUM MEDAL.
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The Girl Who Jumped Off the Hollywood Sign
Final Fringe 2017 Date for “The Girl” at
6201 Santa Monica Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA
Thursday, June 22, 2017 — 8:00 pm
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