Local Performances Articles
During its 35th anniversary, lead actor Hal Landon, Jr., director John-David Keller and a talented cast create Christmas magic once again at SCR
The much anticipated Ether event for rap rivals Dizaster vs. Cassidy shown to be a huge disappointment to fans
Hershey Felder is back on stage at the Geffen Playhouse with the latest in his series of one-man shows in which he re-creates the life and times of famous composers through a biographical narrative
Tanna Frederick will star in 'Dutchman,' part of A Celebration of Amiri Baraka, a free event in Los Angeles
Can love blossom in the midst of hate or will the atmosphere of pre-WWII Poland poison their lives
Although “All About Eve” is not in the same genre as Joe Orton’s scathing satire “What The Butler Saw,” there was one line spoken by Margo Channing
Can a slacker, a young drug dealer and a free thinking hippie girl find happiness by starting a new religion? That's the question the new edgy play, "Uploaded" attempts to answer at the Rogue Machine Theatre in Los Angeles.
Supersized silliness, wrapped in British accents brings you the latest production at the Mark Taper forum: What The Butler Saw
LA’s most “hilariously deranged” (Los Angeles Times) seasonal tradition is back for its 19th year! Every year, insurance agent Bob Finhead’s whacked out friends and clients stop by his small-town Iowa office for their annual holiday bash.
Born and raised by artist parents, Dominique gained not only a love for music through her talented father, but a reverence for the business as something that takes work, no matter who you know
Clever, funny take on beloved, well-known comic strip characters as they navigate the high school gauntlet on the path to figuring out who they are. Plus death. Plus the internet. Plus bullying. Plus binge drinking. Plus sexuality.
The Dimestore Prophets bringing their feel-good sound to a venue near you this Fall
Noel Coward’s own pain is palpably felt in Nicky’s dialogue. He originally played the role himself— it’s no secret these problems cut close to home in his own life. Today, the themes and issues in The Vortex are still relevant
Tanna Frederick and Mike Falkow star in Train to Zakopané: A true story of hate and love, a new play by Henry Jaglom.
It was electric and magnified insanity. It was LA showing all her faces. And it never missed a beat. When the emcee called LUCHA to the crowd, VAVOOM came straight back.
A select few were amongst the lucky ones to see two chart-topping acts perform a semi-intimate set at the barker hanger in Santa Monica, California. Young the Giant and Alabama Shakes brought down the house in the perfect way at a great venue
The all girl Japan based band "Perfume" made its American debut at the Hollywood Palladium on November 9, 2014 at 7:00 p.m World Tour Stop number 3
Funny, clever quips help alleviate the build-up of stress from a subject that deals with tragedy. Fortunately the story never lingers too long on that aspect, cleverly switcing back and forth from delightfully lighter hearted scenes.
Hilarious Whodunit with Double-Crossing Secret Agents, Death-Defying Chases, and Devastatingly Beautiful Women. And only 4 actors portraying more than 130 characters. A Hitchcock homage (of sorts).
Dido and Aeneas is presented as a fable, and Bluebeard’s Castle, on the other hand, is told as a moral tale, with only two main performers and no one else to blame but themselves.