"Rogerandtom" is an engaging work of metadrama, raising a series of interesting questions about the role of theatre in theatre itself.
The MET Theatre's presentation of "The Edge Of Allegiance III: Permanent Vacation, or Endless Bummer!" is a satiric rendition of the debatable events of recent American history.
An incredibly surreal stage sets the mood-Think of being woken up from a dream- it's the same confusion and distortion, pandering in and out of conciseness...
Looking for a hot night on the town? Check out the sexy latin rythms of the Gipsy Kings at The Grove of Anaheim.
Sure, there's Spider Man 2 and Catwoman, but what else will be playing at your local theater this summer?
From beginning to end, the Royal Ballet's version of Cinderella is enchanting. It begins with a lively and bubbly opening number.
Bring your bibles: at Cal. State University Fullerton's Grand Central Art Center, 100 artists have conjured the beast himself in over 100 works of Satan-inspired art.
The Producers, the new Mel Brooks musical will make its Orange County premiere at the Orange County Performing Arts Center as part of the Bank of America Broadway Series from August 3-22 in Segerstrom Hall. Everything you've heard is true! Mel Brooks has put the comedy back into musical comedy.
The winner of six 2002 Tony Awards including Best Musical, "Thoroughly Modern Millie" is this season's most awarded new show on Broadway, and it comes to the Orange County Performing Arts Center July 27-August 1. "Thoroughly Modern Millie" takes audiences back to Manhattan at the height of the Jazz Age, when women were bobbing their hair, raising their hemlines, entering the workforce and rewriting the rules of love.
Napoleon Dynamite and company are quirky and often bizarre, "....Will you bring me my Chapstick? My lips hurt real bad!"
Britain's famed ballet company performs Sir Frederick Ashton's fairytale ballet Cinderella and Peter Wright's romantic Giselle
"Broadway: The Golden Age" celebrates and documents a time when the theatre was one of the most popular forms of entertainment. This film truly takes the audience back to a unique time in the history of theatre, when it was immensely popular, and incredibly original and entertaining.
Guitar Center, the largest U.S. retailer of musical instruments, is now the proud owner of Eric Clapton's famous "Blackie" 1956-57 Fender Stratocaster, his 1964 Gibson ES-335 and Stevie Ray Vaughan's 1065 "Lenny" Composite Stratocaster.
Universal Ballet, under the general direction of Julia Moon and artistic direction of Oleg Vinogradov, returns to Los Angeles with three performances of its acclaimed production of "Romeo and Juliet."
It was the mummy's revenge at Universal Studios Hollywood on June 24th - ah serendipity- exploding upon the scene just in time to mark the theme park's 40th anniversary.
Just 30 or so minutes from LA's ever-busy streets and highways, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
Can you make a short film in 48 hours? Thirty five Los Angeles filmmaking teams this weekend tried. We were one of them.
When I was invited by the Stockholm Visitors Board to cover the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Awards I had no idea of the wonderful enlightening events which lay ahead of me.
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Melodrama and slapstick at its finest. A frolicking good time for one and all. In theaters July 9th.
Wondering what to do with last year's angel wings or that magic wand bought at the Renaissance Fair? Grab them from the closet, get into costume and head to the Jareth Fantasy Masquerade Ball.