The characters in Donald Margulies' drama grapple with the horror of war and the ironies of home life
Walt Disney's barn, considered by many to be the "birthplace of Imagineering, is open to the public on the third Sunday every month, and for fans of Disney, it's a must see
Deams of The Washer King has gripping moments and a powerful theme
LA Times Travel Show: Around the World in Two Days
I wish the author would extend “Baroque” to include early Mozart, and remind Neptune about his subject Calabanetta, a sweet-voiced young woman with a deformed body but a beautiful spirit who lives in the far reaches of his kingdom
Once again that producer Debbie Durkin has another “Hit” to place under her belt
Lyric Opera of Chicago presents Verdi's Aida, a tragic love tale told with all the pomp and pageantry that is so distinctly Verdi
Fans of Brian Selznick will not be disappointed.
On Oscar® Sunday February 26th, the Beverly Hills Hotel's Crystal Ballroom will once again provide the venue for the arrival of approximately 150-200 film and TV stars who will attend the hottest celebrity Awards party in town with even bigger names than last year!
Ed Lauter's has had a stunning 45 year career ranging with films ranging from Hitchcock to Weinstein. His film career has extended for over four decades and he has starred in a plethora of film and television productions since making his big screen debut in the 1972 western "The Magnificent Seven Ride"
Kirk Douglas Theatre’s production of Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun, directed by Phylicia Rashad, is a wonderful, masterful theatrical event not to be missed
Fashion designer and humanitarian Donna Karan is featured in a 2-part episode of Oprah's Next Chapter featuring Haiti and how humanitarians are artisans are making a difference in the country on Monday, January 30 at 10pm the Oprah Winfrey Network
The Hollywood allure is bittersweet, requiring more than just talent for survival today. Some make it as stars, some as day players, some as background, and some just don’t make it. One thing is true - the committed survive
A World Premiere fantasy play by Joan Beber about Roy Cohn, the brilliant attorney whose hunger for power and prominence ultimately destroyed him
After A Raisin in the Sun, Clybourne Park travels across town to where the other half lives and examines exactly how different the races really are from one another - from 1959 to 2009
If you’re ready to dance, jive and have the time of your life, look no further than "Mamma Mia", now playing at Chicago’s beautiful and historic Ford Oriental Theatre
The Mark Taper Forum kicks off 2012 with a sparkling production of the Pulitzer Prize winning play, Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris featuring the original New York cast reunited for the Los Angeles premiere
A great introduction to Shakespeare
In Dennis Richard's Oswald - the Play, the war of wills between prisoner and interrogator rages, while the world outside waits and watches
David Mamet's "Race" at the Goodman Theatre is captivating, intriguing and thought provoking