Multi-award winning director, producer, and actor, Charles Haid offers his intriguing observations on his latest directorial production, the tale of a Jewish survivor whose life is rich in personal struggle and ultimate triumph
Many recall Handler as the host of the hit E! talk show "Chelsea Lately" as well as various books including "Are You There Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea", "Uganda Be Kidding Me", as well as "Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang"
Combine all these > Rosin Coven, Edward Gorey, Vau De Vire Society, Trapeze, Delachaux, The Klown, Dark Garden, Kinetic Steam Works, Lady Rizo, with Greg Autry, and you have the makings of a wild and crazy night
Gay couple Jack and Ben want to assimilate and decide to buy a house together - but haunting memories plague Jack as they move into a conservative suburb and find that it's not so easy to fit in or to hold their relationship afloat
This character piece studies the relationship between two sisters - one, a strong and capable woman ready to stand against the world; and the other, a fragile and needy woman who fears loneliness - as each comes to understand and accept the other
A play within a play, DEATHTRAP blends the unexpected, frequent twists and turns, gallows humor, and guffaws into a recipe guaranteed to be a real crowd pleaser as a has-been playwright of murder mysteries decides to make his plays come to life
Author/actor/director/producer Charles Dennis - with a varied and acclaimed career in theater, film, and television - shares some of his thoughts and reflections on his latest, and perhaps greatest, new play, "Altman's Last Stand"
A show business icon whose career spans two centuries, Orson Bean's interview shows us how he distills his life experiences into a very funny and poignant autobiographical one-man show and lets us in on some of his secrets for a happy life
Set in Berlin, this is the tale of twin sisters, one a cabaret singer who cares lovingly for her disabled sister, who is crippled but with a lively and creative mind, as the two deal with the economic and political challenges of 1930's Germany
George Orwell's timeless classic screams its way into the audience's sensibility as Winston Smith, today's Everyman, must shield even his deepest thoughts from a totalitarian government whose goal is to control every aspect of everyone's existence
For the fifteenth year, the Theatre 40 cast present the fictionalized but based-on-fact murder mystery about the Doheny family in the echoing halls of the Greystone Mansion, where much of the real-life action occurred
Another Antigone, a contemporary play with a Greek twist, launches the Lonny Chapman Theater's newest stage and delves into profound questions - conservative vs. liberal, conformity vs. rebellion - worthy of both ancient Greeks and today's Americans.
To find out when and why burlesque was banned in Burbank, you'll have to read impresario Andy "Doc" Davis' interview, in which he tells all and gives us a peek at the real old-time burlesque and what's happening in burlesque today