Richard Brinsky Sheridan's "The School For Scandal" reminds us that misunderstanding and coy sexual innuendo are not merely the stuff of television sitcoms.
Fans at Key Club heard many hours of heavy rock on December 2nd, as The Panic Channel, Doheny and The Tints performed for Indie 103.1's Christmas Show. Read the review and view pictures here.
Mediocre-this play is not. Tangled with complexity, Reiss delivers a thoughtful piece of work that grabs your attention and keeps it.
Ask the Goddess offers "make it or break it" relationship advice. From Relationship expert Kelly Sullivan Walden, author of "Discover your Inner Goddess Queen."
Three women sharing their tribulations of life and breast cancer with each other, ultimately forming a bonded friendship.
Barrage dazzles Southern California with their new show "Vagabond Tales"
The Woodsman stands out for its fabulous acting by an all-star cast
Now showing at the Avery Schreiber Theater, The Pauly and Paddy Show.
I definitely recommend you hurry and get your tickets to the show; the run is short, and if the crowd applause and standing ovation are any indication, these tickets will be selling out fast.
Blink 182's Travis Barker creates a new sound of alternative rock with controversial new band The Nervous Return.
Ten performers take the stage for seven minutes each to sing, dance, recite or read original material.
Closer? I could'nt get far enough away!!
Mo'Chi's debut album follows chimp Rod Jonson's extraterrestrial escapades for a thoroughly funky sonic awakening.
The holidays can be the most glorious and romantic time of the year. But for millions of single women, it can be a lonely time of the year. And even worse than being alone - is being with the wrong guy.
"Harrington &Amp; Storm: Two Guys Doing A One-Man Show" Will Make You Laugh And Laugh And Laugh.
What a great way to kick off the Holidays! The 2004 Boston Pops Holiday Tour with Hayley Westenra. At the Orange County Performing Arts Center.
Joseph Beck's modern adaptation of 'The Merchant of Venice' debuts at the MET Theatre.
Closer couldn't be further from what relationships are really about. The movie was adapted from a play, but maybe something got lost in the process.
An interesting document, hilarious comedy and dramatic study of the pro bowler bundled into one, Christopher Browne's documentary entertains beyond expectation
Attempts at epic storytelling raise too much expectation, and ultimately fall short of the mark in this Macedonian Oscar submission