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Roaring Twenties’ Once in a Lifetime Roars to a Great Finish

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The John Burroughs High School Drama closed its season with Once In a Lifetime, a knowing and witty look at “the business” whose Burbank/Hollywood epicenter is but a few miles away

12’x9’ Brings Compelling Prison Drama to Missing Piece Theater

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Within the intimate space of The Missing Piece Theater, an unsparing light reveals the prison un-life in the gripping drama 12’x9’

Your Kids Will Go Ape Over Disney’s ‘Chimpanzee’

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For those of us in the audience old enough to remember, “Chimpanzee” evokes memories of Winston Hibler narrating Disney’s “The Vanishing Prairie,” or “The Living Desert.”

‘Dames at Sea’ Great Fun at the Colony Theatre

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The final offering of The Colony Theatre’s 2011-12 season, Dames at Sea is a happy toast to the year’s unbroken chain of strong performances

‘SLOW DANCE IN MIDTOWN’ – A Fast Ticket to Unforgettable Theatre

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'Slow Dance in Midtown' is a triumph and a vibrant rebuke to the tired cliché that the LA stage is glorified auditioning for film

Writer/Director Elizabeth Sarnoff Talks About ‘Slow Dance in Midtown’

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On the opening of her recent play, Sarnoff talks about the creative process with BurbankNBeyond's Greg Simay

“OLD WICKED SONGS” A Wicked Triumph at the Colony

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The Colony Theatre's "OLD WICKED SONGS" is so compelling that it becomes a memorable experience worthy of entering into the tapestry of our wider lives

‘The Nutcracker’ is a Triumph for Los Angeles Ballet

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Los Angeles Ballet stepped into its sixth season with a delightful holiday performance of The Nutcracker at The Alex Theatre in Glendale last weekend

‘A Christmas Carol’ on the Couch

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If you want to make A Cristmas Carol a part of your holiday tradition, consider the fine version offered by the Glendale Centre Theatre

The Center Definitely Holds in Sacred Fools Theater’s Marvelous ‘Crumble’

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The holidays and grief have always made for combustible drama, and playwright SHEILA CALLAGHAN’s Crumble (Lay Me Down, Justin Timberlake) has plenty of emotional tinder on hand.
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Burbank Crime Report – July 11 Edition

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Crimes reported by Burbank Police to Crimemapping

Polon Announces Run for City Council Seat

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Transportation Commissioner Eddy Polon officially announced his candidacy for Burbank City Council

Burroughs Student Gives Burbank Merchandise to South Korea’s Vice Mayor

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Indigo Abe is a student intern hired by Burbank Merch through BUSD's Workability program