Home Authors Posts by John Lavitt

John Lavitt

131 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
After graduating with honors from Brown University, John Lavitt lived on the Greek island of Patmos, studying with the late American poet Robert Lax. As a journalist, John published over 550 articles for The Fix about addiction and recovery from 2015-2022. As a Hollywood Times reviewer, John has been awarded two National Arts & Entertainment Awards from the Los Angeles Press Club: Second Place for "Music Critic - Any Platform" in 2023 and Third Place for "Theatre/Performing Arts Feature - Online" in 2021. Find John on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

The Striking Authenticity of CM Talkington’s Musical Path to Texas Radio

0
On his new LP entitled Texas Radio, CM Talkington’s redemptive journey is enhanced by collaborating with Renée Zellweger, who shares lead vocals with him...

The Primal Precision of The Rite of Spring at the Dorothy...

0
The 2024 Season of Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center starts with a dynamic triumph in an epic African restaging of Pina...

The Eclectic Presentation of Terri Lyne Carrington at Royce Hall

0
At Royce Hall, the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA (CAP UCLA) presented the jazz musings of the respected jazz drummer on...

Alison Arngrim Bares Her Success in “Confessions Of A Prairie B*tch”

0
At the Sierra Madre Playhouse, the little girl who played Nellie Oleson on Little House On The Prairie has grown into a sixty-something comedienne...

Hal Linden and Sally Struthers Return to Glory in “The Journal...

0
In the world premiere stage reading of Ed Weinberger's new play at the Garry Marshall Theatre, two classic American actors returned to the stage...

Pianist Althea Waites Musically Illuminates Her Audience at the Nimoy Theatre

0
Presented jointly by CAP UCLA and Piano Spheres, the performance of Althea Waites at the Nimoy Theatre raised awareness by presenting compositions by African...

The Natural Machines of Dan Tepfer Open New Musical Doors at...

0
CAP UCLA ends 2023 with a bang as Tepfer experiments with the junction between the spiritual and the algorithmic  By John Lavitt Los Angeles, CA (The...

HELLCAB Reveals the Dark Diversity of the American Dream

0
As directed by Ronnie Marmo, the Will Kern play uncovers the diverse wanting lurking at the edges of the American dream as Chicago riders...

Center Stage Theatre Group’s production of “A Christmas Story, The Musical”...

0
If you want to leave the "Bah Humbugs" of a troubling world behind and return to the dream of better days, take your family...

The 13th Annual Experience, Strength & Hope Awards Honors Ed Begley,...

0
The iconic American character actor was nominated at Leonard Buschel's ESH Awards for his engaging new memoir, To The Temple of Tranquility… And Step...