George Brietigam

George Brietigam When George isn't criticizing shows on the internet, you can find him criticizing other things in person.

He has a degree in Theatre Arts from Cal State Long Beach, and has previously worked for Center Theatre Group's Development Department and Walt Disney Concert Hall's resident chorus, The Los Angeles Master Chorale. He has since sold his soul, and is attending law school at Chapman University School of Law, where he is pursuing his J.D.

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BWW Review: HAIRSPRAY the Cupcake Way!
November 22, 2016

On the eve of HAIRSPRAY LIVE!, North Hollywood Arts District's newest theatre exceeds expectations with their production of HAIRSPRAY.

BWW Review: Los Angeles Playwright Nathan Wellman Channels Arthur Miller in his World Premiere of MOM'S DEAD at Sacred Fools Theater Company
November 14, 2016

In DEATH OF A SALESMAN the Loman family found the unattainable American Dream to the source of depression. Here, the Thompson family finds the idea of the perfect family to be the cause of theirs.

'Audience Participation' or 'Assault and Battery'? Sometimes People Just Don't Want to be Kissed by Darren Criss
November 5, 2016

Here are some examples of when audience participation has gone horribly wrong.

BWW Review: HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH: The Reason why Theatre Isn't Dead in the 21st Century
November 3, 2016

HEDWIG is Exhibit A why the art of theatre won't be dying anytime soon.