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How to Become a Part of the LemonMeter

This is for reviewers, critics and press and it is concerned with having the critics work ADDED to the LemonMeter; there will be a similar post on how to GET a LemonMeter Rating, but that is reserved for those who are actually putting up the shows and actually getting the reviews.So, the LemonMeter. First of all if you are unacquainted with the LemonMeter and how it works, by all means go ...
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The Bitter Lemons Review Brigade

Going forward, the BLI reviews will be posted in this section, for now, we once again wanted to introduce you to our talented pool of critics. If interested in getting a BLI review, either go here and  purchase a "Bitter Lemons Reviews, or just send us a line at [email protected], put BLI in the header as wel...
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Engaging the Audience

As many of us know here in Los Angeles, finding, maintaining and engaging an audience is a very difficult task. Something Equity seems clueless about, but for many of you who have been in the trenches for the past two decades, this is what it’s all about: where is my audience and how do I engage  them so they keep coming back to see our work?Some companies have formed niches and have found perhaps a small but committed audience, 24th Street Theater works hard to stimulate the people who actually liv...
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Prepare Yourself for the Bitter Lemons Review

On the eve of opening night for previews at the 2015 Hollywood Fringe Festival, Bitter Lemons has over 30 exclusive Bitter Lemons Reviews ordered and purchased – that’s right pre-purchased – and those top quality works of theater criticism will be rolling out over the next couple of weeks. You’ll be able to see them all in our Bitter Lemons Reviews section ...
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Can I Get a Translator?

Just need a little help on this review’s headline from Jennifer K. Hugus over at Los Angeles Beat.I feel sorry for this particular writer’s Thesaurus, because after something like this there’s no way it could have survived and clearly it must’ve either been put down or retired.Here’s the headline in question:<...
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"Father, Son and..." Holy Crap that Was Good!

I knew I was in trouble the moment I heard the title, “Father, Son and Holy Coach.”Ever been in a Christian gift store?  You find some really ludicrous items in them.  Like tee shirts with graphic etchings of Jesus’ hand with a nail driven into the cross and his blood flowing out to spell “Jesus loved you so much it hurt!”   Or plaques that read, “Christians aren’t perfect, just forgiven.”And there’s alwa...
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What to See in Los Angeles Theater: Your Weekly LemonMeter Update

Here’s your weekly travel guide to the shows that are getting all the critical love in Los Angeles:Weekly LemonMeter Update (Top 20 Rated Shows)GREEN GROW THE LILACS 100% SweetHAIRSPRAY 100% SweetTO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD 100% Swe...
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What to See in Los Angeles Theater: Your Weekly LemonMeter Update

I’m back! Portland was…interesting. But onward we go. Here is your weekly guide to what the theater critics are loving the most in Los Angeles Theater, pulled directly from our ever-trusty LemonMeter. As always, if you want to get your show in the mix create a show page on the site and then send your press review links to [email protected] and as soon as you hit the required three you shall...
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Wombat Man: The Cereal Murders

Playwright Chrisi Talyn Saje has co-opted the 1970s animated “Trix Are For Kids” TV commercial, elevating it into the central dramatic throughline of Wombat Man: The Cereal Murders, an imaginative if not always adroitly executed satire of the campy 1960s Adam West-starring Batman television series, essentially a spoof on a spoof. Saje’s super hero of choice is monumentally cluel...
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What to See in Los Angeles Theater: Your Weekly LemonMeter Update

Here is your mid-week guide to help you with your weekend theater-going plans, LemonHeads. These are of course pulled from our ever-trusty LemonMeter. These shows are what the critics in town are liking the best. So blame them if it doesn’t work out…And remember, to get yourselves in the mix, make a show...