The Disable actors of "The History of Bowling" show no signs of handicap in the acting department
There are no adequate words to describe the fantastic one-woman show that is No Child…, now running at the Kirk Douglas Theater
The Actors' Gang presentation of the extremism of religious zealots is a timely subject
Dan was sorta gay for a few years. Try and explain that to the woman you love
World Premiere Musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson salutes the first man to rock the American Presidency, in more ways than one
Dancer Dakota Ferreiro discusses burlesque dancing in an interview done before and after a performance at Forty Deuce in Hollywood
In the Attic Studios' production of "Say You Love Satan", Andrew needs to figures out if Satan wants him for his body or his soul
"The Common Air" explores the uniquely human ability to create your own reality
A Traveling salesman wonders his way into a Deadly Lawyer's lair. Now running at the Long Beach Playhouse
The Catholic Girl's Guide to Losing Your Virginity is now running at the newly remodeled Pico Playhouse in West LA
The Color Purple brings an amazing cast delivering incedible performances! Based on the classic Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Alice Walker
The Gay Mafia does it again, poking fun and taking no prisoners
What do a Mississippi widower and an LA junkie transvestite have in common? You would be surprised. The Elephant Theater Company answers that very question with its latest production of Timothy McNeil's Anything
This national touring production does a superb job re-creating performances by Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin!
Center Theatre Groups new production of The History Boys opened last night at the Ahmanson Theatre in downtown Los Angeles.
The Sound of Silence Moving performance at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre was a spectacular display of free improvised music and dance
Seattle Playwright brings a classic political revolutionary tale into modern times
Going to the opera in LA on a weeknight does not necessarily mean struggling through rush-hour traffic to get there
Translated as IN A YELLOW SUN (MEMORIES OF AN EARTHQUAKE), the Teatro de los Andes deliveres an abstract theater piece that is both moving and visceral.
This intense drama warns to be careful of with whom you share those tiny indiscretion