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Daryl H. Miller

Daryl H. Miller has been besotted with the arts since age 5, once he was old enough to sing with the church youth choir, and has yet to top the thrill of portraying Billy Bigelow in his rural high school’s production of “Carousel.” He has been covering the arts in Southern California for three decades for the Los Angeles Times, Daily News, LA Weekly, Orange County Register and other publications. He is also a copy editor.
Review: In 'Bliss,' women from Greek myths fight the patriarchy in midcentury New Jersey

Four women from Greek mythology – Clytemnestra, Medea, Antigone and Cassandra – have been reincarnated through time, doomed to repeat bloody acts of revenge, until reaching 1960 North Orange, N.J. Cassandra, though, is determined to break the cycle by addressing its cause: diminishment and abuse

The 99-Seat Beat: History takes the stage with the HUAC era, the birth of diverse Boyle Heights and the makings of our fake-reality present

The Times' curated guide to shows opening the weekend of Nov. 10-11, 2018: "Finks" by Rogue Machine; John Fleck's "Blacktop Highway" at the Odyssey; "Remembering Boyle Heights" by Casa 0101; and "In a Booth at Chasen's" at the El Portal.

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