Category: stage

Oppenheimer Reviews

Liebman imbues the figure with a mournful intelligence. …it’s possible to see in (his) eyes the calculations Oppenheimer is making about the fascist threat.via Charles McNulty—LA Times Liebman does such a good job as Oppenheimer that it feels more like an incarnation than a performance; he presents both the man’s arrogance and increasing inner doubts with admirable artistry.via Terry Morgan—Stage… Read more →

Rogue Machine Theatre’s American Premiere of Oppenheimer @ Electric Lodge in Venice

I will be taking the stage as J. Robert Oppenheimer in Rogue Machine Theatre’s American Premiere of Tom Morton-Smith’s Oppenheimer, at the Electric Lodge in Venice. The play runs from Oct 6th to December 30th. Tix are here.   From RM’s site: “I feel like I’ve left a loaded gun in a playground.” A man always isolated in the crowd,… Read more →

Forever House reviews from LAWeekly, StageSceneLA, EDGE Media and more

Directed by Elizabeth Swain, the three supporting performers are adept and entertaining, while Liebman emanates naturalness and an appealing warmth that invests you in his story. via LAWeekly …it is Liebman’s subtle, grounded work that makes the… lasting impression via StageSceneLA Liebman, … sets his Ben up for tensions, affection and fear for his partner’s mental and physical health. via… Read more →

James in Forever House at the Skylight Theatre

Just about to open the world premiere of Forever House by Tony Abatemarco at the Skylight Theatre in Los Feliz. I play Ben, one half of a gay couple that have just bought a house together and are realizing what commitment really means.   Find out more here   And here’s a little video featuring the playwright hisself:   Read more →