Local Performances Articles
Chicago is Burning Down L.A.!! Now playing at the Pantages Theatre for a limited 3-week engagement, through Sunday February 20th.
A timeless, touchingly funny, delightful play at the Norris Performing Arts Center.
From the very first light cue and the SNOW. This play delivered.
at least not at the theater!
You can spend a great evening as I did at a very small theater such as The Actors Group Theater in Universal City and still have a wonderful time!
This hillarious new comedy proves that not all fan mail goes unoticed.
Rodgers & Hammerstein's classic musical, OKLAHOMA!, is now playing at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood through January 30 2005.
I was fortunate to be able to attend the opening night performance of the spectacular new production of Lionel Bart's three-time Tony Award-winning musical, Oliver!
Feeling tired of the same old holidays, same old gift giving, and same old "Nutcracker?"
Amore! It is winter and love is in the air to warm up our hearts. "La Boheme" is the opera to see.
Richard Brinsky Sheridan's "The School For Scandal" reminds us that misunderstanding and coy sexual innuendo are not merely the stuff of television sitcoms.
Mediocre-this play is not. Tangled with complexity, Reiss delivers a thoughtful piece of work that grabs your attention and keeps it.
Three women sharing their tribulations of life and breast cancer with each other, ultimately forming a bonded friendship.
Barrage dazzles Southern California with their new show "Vagabond Tales"
Now showing at the Avery Schreiber Theater, The Pauly and Paddy Show.
I definitely recommend you hurry and get your tickets to the show; the run is short, and if the crowd applause and standing ovation are any indication, these tickets will be selling out fast.
Ten performers take the stage for seven minutes each to sing, dance, recite or read original material.
"Harrington &Amp; Storm: Two Guys Doing A One-Man Show" Will Make You Laugh And Laugh And Laugh.
Joseph Beck's modern adaptation of 'The Merchant of Venice' debuts at the MET Theatre.
Playwright Brett C. Leonard does lovely work putting poetry in the mouth of toughs.
A semi-romantic tragic-farcical adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler's "Anatol"