Dear Mom, Sorry For Being A B!tch

anonymous · April 22, 2019 uncertified reviewer
Will make you laugh and cry... and laugh so hard that you cry. Was a joy to watch!... full review

Dear Mom, Sorry For Being A B!tch

rein irving · April 22, 2019 uncertified reviewer
This show is full of nostalgic comedy. Christine plays her former self effortlessly and hilariously! I cried, I laughed, I almost peed my pants. ... full review

#HFF19 TOWN HALL 2: MARKETING

benny lumpkins · April 15, 2019 certified reviewer
Ben is always full of information, probably because he is the director. But he makes it very interesting and I learn something new every year. Thanks Dave and Ben for all your hard work. Seven years running...... full review

Social Media Tips and Tricks for Creatives (Asylum)

eric depriester · March 15, 2019 certified reviewer
An informative and conversational look at promoting your theater event through social media. Monique LeBleu guides you through best practices for increasing your online presence and getting an audience to your show, step-by-step and with plenty of opportunity for questions. If you need to promote your Fringe show and have no idea where to start, Monique has you covered. ... full review

Social Media Tips and Tricks for Creatives (Asylum)

raven kras · March 12, 2019 certified reviewer
Fantastic! A must!... full review

Social Media Tips and Tricks for Creatives (Asylum)

tyrell pickett · March 11, 2019 certified reviewer
Monique LeBleu's workshop on capitalizing online presence is both knowledgeable and compassionate. She is aware that her attendees are comprised of people from all walks of life and media exposure. As such, she tailors her presentation in a way which makes the experience both enlightening and applicable to anyone looking for a boost in visibility, in any market. If I could recommend one workshop for creating a platform to actually help your project BE SEEN, Monique LeBleu's is not one to miss!... full review

Directing Drop-In

gordon matheson · March 11, 2019 certified reviewer
Great Director class in Hollywood! Great fun . Matt Ritchey was inspiring ! I highly recommend him. A must for Fringe presenters. The time flew by. I had a smile on my face as I sat and watched him bring out elements of a simple script read and showed many angles to view the material from. ... full review

How to Produce a Hollywood Fringe Show (Asylum)

matthew hennigar · February 20, 2019 certified reviewer
This workshop is the perfect introduction for a first-time fringer! After attending Matthew Quinn's workshop, I felt completely prepared to produce my HFF show, even though I knew nothing about the festival or the process beforehand. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!! ... full review

How to Produce a Hollywood Fringe Show (Asylum)

scott langer · February 17, 2019 certified reviewer
Incredibly helpful guide how to realize your vision at the fringe fest. A must-go for any first time fringer or anyone needed to buff up on the ins and outs of the festival.... full review

How to Produce a Hollywood Fringe Show (Asylum)

eric depriester · February 12, 2019 certified reviewer
A thorough workshop on everything you need to know about producing a Fringe show. Matthew Quinn runs through booking a space, publicity tips, estimated production costs, general logistics, and more, giving you all the tools you need to start without overwhelming you in information. As a newcomer to independent theater, this class was exactly what I needed to start my Fringe journey. ... full review

How to Produce a Hollywood Fringe Show (Asylum)

matthew latkiewicz · February 09, 2019 certified reviewer
Matthew Quinn's workshop/orientation on producing a show for fringe was informative and comprehensive. It is a great way for a first-time producer to get their head on straight about the journey ahead of them. ... full review

How to Produce a Hollywood Fringe Show (Asylum)

brian morrison · February 08, 2019 certified reviewer
A ton of great information! Thank you Matt!... full review

How to Produce a Hollywood Fringe Show (Asylum)

holiday kinard · February 08, 2019 certified reviewer
I'm a first time fringe producer and I highly recommend this workshop! When I went in, I knew nothing about HFF, and now I feel like I know everything! Also, Matthew Quinn (the instructor) goes to most of the events, so you'll automatically know at least one person there! ... full review

How to Produce a Hollywood Fringe Show (Asylum)

jake ferree · February 08, 2019 certified reviewer
WoW. My brain is still on fire from the amount of info I was given in 3 hours! Any person looking to produce a Fringe show for the first or even second time should defiantly take this workshop. You will receive helpful hints, tips, and tricks as well as amazing spread sheets that help you budget and figure out a timeline for you and your production. Stop thinking you know everything and go! ... full review

Directing Drop-In

eric depriester · February 04, 2019 certified reviewer
A thorough and thoroughly helpful crash course on directing. Matt Ritchey brought a wealth of experience and a conversational tone to the workshop, making it informative without ever bogging down in detail. The introduction and Q&A portions were great, but the second half, where we co-directed our scenes with Matt, was exactly what I needed. Matt gave us the technical language to direct on stage, coached us on techniques to keep a positive cast/crew, and showed us how to creatively approach block... full review

Directing Drop-In

michael willer · February 03, 2019 certified reviewer
Matt's experience in not only directing, but directing for theater specifically (which in LA is less common than you'd think) shows in this class. He has great instincts backed up by tons of experience, so what can you lose? I am absolutely happy with the time we spent in this class. Part of it was lecture-style with Q&A, and a larger part was a hands-on approach to tackling scenes we brought in. Matt is engaging, energetic, and an enthusiastic teacher with a natural style that only comes from ye... full review

Directing Drop-In

victor sotomayor · February 02, 2019 certified reviewer
I’m so glad I took this workshop. Matt has a sensibility and charisma that allows you to explore different options with my project. Not only did I learn about blocking, marketing, working with actors, subtext and a few techniques but I learned how to stand back and watch how he interpreted my work in a different way that I would have never imagined when I wrote it. I recommend this class to first time Directors and actors who would like to work on their respective projects and leave this workshop... full review

KEEPING UP WITH THE PROZOROVS

clara yoon · November 29, 2018 uncertified reviewer
Show was amazing. Captured superficiality of modern day media perfectly. ... full review