Local Performances Articles
For one night only, Target and The Ford Amphitheatre hosted an evening of performance art featuring the Baker & Tarpaga Dance Project and the husband-wife team of Catch Me Bird Dance Theater
Ever wake up wondering, "Whose life is this, and how did I get here?" an absurdist domestic comedy, by playwright Jennie Webb
Old-fashioned burlesque is making a comeback, from shows in New Orleans to clubs in New York. Come see what's shakin'.
After years and years of reruns, I Love Lucy, has finally been renewed. One of televisions most beloved and popular sitcoms, I Love Lucy, is hitting the stage with a musical comedy for its avid admirers
"The Author's Thumb" is a play that promises a night of satiric humor, a man who walks on his knees, and Huncamunca love.
Last night I was privileged to join a theatre full of young people hilariously enjoying "Afterbirth: Kathy & Mo's Greatest Hits".
There is nothing ghostly about this entertaining and poignant play by Emmy Award Nominee Dalene Young. Directed by Actor and Director Frank Doubleday and featuring well know and seasoned actors such as Jacqueline Scott and Joe Stevens.
IRIS is the newest production from Cirque du Soleil (Circus of the Sun), and is self-described as a lyrical, fanciful, kinetic foray into the seventh art
“The Tragedy of the Commons,” on stage at the Ruskin Group Theatre, is a searing drama that delves into loss – both immediately personal and tangentially external
Rapping since the age of 14, Azad is no stranger to laying his thoughts before a live audience. Azad released his album, "The Time Is Right" and celebrates his Hollywood release party at Hemingways
“The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity,” hit the Geffen Playhouse with a thunderous body slam, dazzling the senses with a profusion of sights, sounds, and crisp dialogue that could be described as brilliant prose poetry
Hollywood’s legendary El Capitan Theatre welcomes “The Lion King” for the first time ever in Disney Digital 3D™ from September 16 through October 6, 2011
True magic needs to show itself every so often. Ms. True Magic is showing herself at the Capitol Theater in Salt Lake City and it only happens once in a lifetime
Chris Isaacson Presents four fabulous fellas and one femme phenom for one unforgettable evening of Upright Cabaret with New York's Finest: The Leading Men of Broadway
It began with a suggestion of a suspicion that led to an accusation
You can't beat this rendition of Mozart, although as opera it's a bit staid
Every once in a while a production comes along that is sheer perfection. Noel Coward’s timeless “Private Lives,” on stage at the International City Theatre, at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center, is one of those rare theatrical experiences
Playwright Rick Foster tried to illuminate this fascinating life in his overwritten, dreary play “Vivien,” that hadn’t been staged in 10 years, a warning that should have been heeded
David J, founding member and bassist for the iconic punk band Bauhaus, is posing his own theory on the identity of the Black Dahlia murderer in his new play, The Chanteuse and the Devil’s Muse
This is a witty story about privileged adults behaving badly.