Playwright and producer Ronnie Larsen is prolific. Unlike most regional theaters that follow season and subscription models, his commercial model, not unlike Broadway, is much more fluid and flexible.

We have Rian Johnson and his critically acclaimed box office hit “Knives Out” to thank for the revival of the comedic murder mystery. Advance word on the sequel, “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” is that it’s as good as the original.

(LA Blade) A Montana judge ruled today the state may not prevent transgender people from updating their birth certificates while the case challenging the constitutionality of a law passed by the 2021 Montana Legislature, SB 280, proceeds.

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