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  Fixed at Atwater Village Theatre

Fixed

Atwater Village Theatre
3269 Casitas Ave Atwater Village

A fierce and funny new play by Los Angeles’ own Boni B. Alvarez, Fixed is the story of Miracles Malacañang, a ladyboy masseuse working in the infamous Malacañang Massage Parlor in Los Angeles’ historic Filipinotown. When Miracles’ forbidden love affair sparks tensions between the city’s hottest political family, two families must come together to understand the power of desire, identity and honor.

Thru - Oct 22, 2017

Mondays: 8:00pm
Thursdays: 8:00pm
Fridays: 8:00pm
Saturdays: 8:00pm
Sundays: 4:00pm & 6:00pm



Price: $20-$34

Stage: Echo Theater Company

Show Type: Comedy

Box Office: 323-644-1929

www.ensemblestudiotheatrela.org


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  Fixed Reviews
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Edge - Somewhat Recommended

"...Alvarez is quite a meaningful playwright, but this latest work seems to have taken on too much social and emotional terrain to cover its desires adequately. Just who are these symbols of our ability to find variety for sexual and emotional needs? What is the background of the brother rivalry between Hudson and Mariano? How does Gigi maintain stability in a Los Angeles which is radically different from her beginnings in the Philippines? And what is with the Philippino/ Latino enmity?"
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Dale Reynolds


On Stage Los Angeles - Somewhat Recommended

"...Heavy vernacular and high drama keep us guessing. Rodney To's direction is spotty with actors often finding their own way to all being on the same page at the same time."
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Stage Raw - Somewhat Recommended

"...Fixed, as you can see, is an elaborately constructed melodrama with blocking motions to love on every side. There are many theatrical pleasures: the performance of the two principals; an initial competitive walk; the dressing-room maintenance of drag; the lyrical speech of Gigi and her workers Jenny and Carmie (Allen Lucky Weaver and Tonatiuh Elizarraraz, both splendid); the delayed, impressive entrance of Alvarez as Gigi; and in a coda, a very fine dance performance by Elizarraraz."
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Gray Palmer



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