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“A Fatal Step”: Femme Fatale Spirals into Control, at The Marsh, S.F.

“A Fatal Step”: Femme Fatale Spirals into Control, at The Marsh, S.F.

Jill Vice’s Solo Noir Reveals Murderous Motivation by Julie Dimas-Lockfeld Jill Vice’s solo performance piece is a tongue-in-cheek riff on the film noir crime drama told from the perspective of her femme fatale persona, Sarah. Vice sets the scene by precisely arranging her body into a classic ‘damsel in distress’ pose, flaunting her curves in a tight red dress. Vice plays each character in her story with well-defined physicality and voice. Her superb physical comedy enables her to switch back…

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“The Eva Trilogy,” A Poetic Journey Home, at Magic Theatre, S.F.

“The Eva Trilogy,” A Poetic Journey Home, at Magic Theatre, S.F.

Barbara Hammond Reveals the Struggle for Self-Agency  by Julie Lockfeld In “The Eva Trilogy” at Magic Theatre, bold writer Barbara Hammond and nurturing director Loretta Greco collaborate to open our hearts to an Irish woman’s soul, beginning with Part One, titled “Eden.” Despite the overbearing rules of the Catholic Church that shaped her childhood home, pagan sensibilities still thrive in Eva (sensual, self-possessed Julia McNeal). Eva has inherited the Irish gift for gab; she revels for an hour in Joycean…

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Julie Dimas-Lockfeld

Julie Dimas-Lockfeld

Julie Dimas-Lockfeld, has been involved in the local theatre scene for several decades. A graduate of Stage Group Theatre’s full time acting program, Julie then joined the resident ensemble acting company – modeled after the Group Theatre of New York City – working closely for a decade with the late Wendell Phillips who himself was a member of the Actors Studio and associate member of the Group Theatre. She was a founding member of the Phoenix Arts Association Theatre where…

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