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Extraordinary Chambers Theater Review - David Wiener World Premiere at The Geffen Playhouse

Extraordinary Chambers Theater Review - David Wiener World Premiere at The Geffen Playhouse The world premiere of David Wiener’s “Extraordinary Chambers,” on stage at the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater at the Geffen Playhouse, is a stunning fictional drama, directed with great skill by Pam MacKinnon, about a couple who visit Cambodia

A Memory of Two Mondays - Day to Day

A Memory of Two Mondays - Day to Day Punch in. Punch out. Do the work, do your time, wait for the weekend. Sound familiar? In a time long before Dilbert, cubicle monkeys, and a life-sucking recession, Arthur Miller was musing on all these things and more. Oh, so much more.

Azad Right had his debut hip hop performance at Key Club in LA opening for UK artist Tinie Tempah

Azad Right had his debut hip hop performance at Key Club in LA opening for UK artist Tinie Tempah The show was a complete success. Azad performed never heard before tracks off his coming mix tape as well as “Player’s Club” which will be the next video he releases

Les Miserables Theatre Review - An Astonishingly Brilliant Production

Les Miserables Theatre Review - An Astonishingly Brilliant Production This 25th Anniversary production of Les Misérables was a phenomenal night of theatre, Do not miss this show

The Naked Army at the Powerhouse Review - Lusty, Bawdy Feminists

The Naked Army at the Powerhouse Review - Lusty, Bawdy Feminists Kudos to the Los Angeles Theatre Ensemble for creating and mounting an energetic, updated adaptation of Aristophanes’ classic anti-war comedy, "Lysistrata"

The Method Gun at Kirk Douglas Review - Wild Circus of Ideas

The Method Gun at Kirk Douglas Review - Wild Circus of Ideas "The Method Gun," created and performed by members of the Austin, TX troupe Rude Mechs is a wacky send-up of Tennessee Williams, formal theater training, as well as an exploration of loyalty to a guru

Superior Donuts Review – High Calorie, No Guilt Laughs at the Geffen Playhouse

Superior Donuts Review – High Calorie, No Guilt Laughs at the Geffen Playhouse Superior Donuts is an evening of theater that is extremely entertaining and thought-provoking at the same time. The playwright, Tracy Letts, is well known for his Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize winning drama, August: Osage County

The Barking Pig - Oink oink woof

The Barking Pig - Oink oink woof A barking pig, by loose definition, is someone who changes the world. He doesn’t go along with the norm and doesn’t ever let anyone tell him what to do. This one-act play is now at Theatre Asylum as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival

Life in the Middle Ages - Fun at Fringe

Life in the Middle Ages - Fun at Fringe Part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. The Hollywood Fringe Festival is an annual celebration of the emerging arts and there are over 170 projects over the next three weeks. The Festival takes place June 16-26, 2011

Tanna Frederick Stars in "Sylvia" at Edgemar Theatre Opening May 20

Tanna Frederick Stars in "Sylvia" at Edgemar Theatre Opening May 20 Earlier this year, Tanna Frederick was a hit in “Sylvia” at the Sierra Madre Playhouse. Now she brings the remounted production to the Westside with award-winning director Gary Imhoff and award-winning production designer Joel Daavid

Encore! Encore! We Want More Killer Queen!

Encore! Encore! We Want More Killer Queen! This play has deep anti-bullying messages. It also raises a call to action for the homosexual community to stand together for equality not only outside, but within the gay community as well

Univeral Studios Tour Review - Comedian Jimmy Fallon performs his new hit single "Tram-tastic"

Univeral Studios Tour Review - Comedian Jimmy Fallon performs his new hit single "Tram-tastic"

Extraordinary Chambers Theatre Review – This “Chambers” Opens the Door to Genocide and Inner Pain

Extraordinary Chambers Theatre Review – This “Chambers” Opens the Door to Genocide and Inner Pain Courtesy of the riveting eloquence of David Wiener’s text and the potent performances by its stars, CHAMBERS explores the agonies of loss with realistically frightening results

No Word in Guyanese for Me Theatre Review - A Young Woman Finds Home Within Herself

No Word in Guyanese for Me Theatre Review - A Young Woman Finds Home Within Herself Ovation winner Anna Khaja stars in a one-woman show that deftly deconstructs the visceral experience of coming to emotional maturity

Juan and John Review, Opening Night at The Kirk Douglas Theater - A Story of Baseball, Violence, and Forgiveness

Juan and John Review, Opening Night at The Kirk Douglas Theater  - A Story of Baseball, Violence, and Forgiveness At the Kirk Douglas Theatre's opening night performance of Juan and John, writer and star of the one-man play, Roger Guenveur Smith, received a standing ovation

Thicker Than Water - Home is where they have to take you in

Thicker Than Water - Home is where they have to take you in Thicker Than Water doesn’t shy away from handling the big stuff, not once does it lecture you, tell you what to think or how to vote. The cast is nothing short of exquisite. I was positively giddy to see Barbara Bain (Cinnamon Carter, anyone?)

CABARET: The Musical - Leave your troubles outside.

CABARET: The Musical - Leave your troubles outside. Sit up front and you won’t regret it

Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays @ Renberg Theatre

Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays @ Renberg Theatre A Star studded stage of celebrity performers, armed with a handful of one-acts from today's most important and prolific wordsmiths, lend their talents in the quest for social equality

Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays @ Renberg Theatre

Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays @ Renberg Theatre A Star studded stage of celebrity performers, armed with a handful of one-acts from today's most important and prolific wordsmiths, lend their talents in the quest for social equality

“Les Misérables” Cameron Mackintosh’s New 25th Anniversary Production of the World’s Longest-Running Musical by Boublil And Schönberg’s June 14-July 31, 2011 at The Ahmanson Theater

“Les Misérables” Cameron Mackintosh’s New 25th Anniversary Production of the World’s Longest-Running Musical by Boublil And Schönberg’s June 14-July 31, 2011 at The Ahmanson Theater The all new production of “Les Misérables,” featuring glorious new staging and spectacular re-imagined scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo, will play at the Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson Theatre, opening June 17, with previews June 14 –16, and performances continuing through July 31, 2011

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