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Danny & The Deep Blue Sea - Review

Danny & The Deep Blue Sea - Review DANNY & THE DEEP BLUE SEA - by Tony Award-winning Playwright John Patrick Shanley, finally returns to the Stage

A Rose Among Thorns Review

A Rose Among Thorns Review A Rose Among Thorns is the true, unsaturated story of Rosa Louise McCauley Parks

The Elvis Test: Theatre Review

The Elvis Test: Theatre Review Christmas 1965: The Apollo program began its quest for the Moon,
the number of troops in Vietnam reached over 200,000,
and Elvis Presley dropped acid

Ingrid Michaelson - Spreading her sound to the West Coast

Ingrid Michaelson - Spreading her sound to the West Coast The music world has taken a new path, with the internet allowing for a number of new platforms for music to be heard and one gem that has been cultivated from this change is Ingrid Michaelson

Jersey Boys Review

Jersey Boys Review The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical "Jersey Boys" has arrived in Los Angeles

"Luisa Fernanda" starring Placido Domingo at the LA Opera- review

"Luisa Fernanda" starring Placido Domingo at the LA Opera- review Luisa Fernanda at the LA Opera, an operetta in Spanish starring Placido Domingo in a highly-anticipated musical treat

Melancholia Review

Melancholia Review "Melancholia" successfully combines an array of forms and styles to create a brilliant storytelling tapestry and an invigorating theater experience

I, Too, Am America Review

I, Too, Am America Review In "I, Too, Am America," the characters, both real life and fictional, become bigger than life, detailing both tragic and inspirational encounters

Yellow Face - A Mockumentary on Truth and its Consequences

Yellow Face - A Mockumentary on Truth and its Consequences Playwright D.H. Hwang protests the yellow face casting of a white actor as Asian in Miss Saigon. When he unwittingly casts a white actor as Asian in his own play years later, hes led to reexamine the real meaning of truth, identity and race

Three Companeros Review and Interview - A Playwright Takes on Hollywood's Alpha Males

Three Companeros Review and Interview - A Playwright Takes on Hollywood's Alpha Males Playwright Amy Rhodes discusses what's funny and not-so-funny about the challenges faced by women in comedy

A Medley of One Act Plays - Review

A Medley of One Act Plays - Review At last, there is renewed hope that Los Angeles can churn out excellent theatrical productions as well as box-office movies

Sun On A Gulf Motel Review

Sun On A Gulf Motel Review A superb play about family dysfunctions, lies told, and secrets hidden

The Odd Couple (Female Version) - Review

The Odd Couple (Female Version) - Review After three weeks, the honeymoon is over in true Neil Simon fashion, with jokes and dysfunctional love

Sister Cities Review

Sister Cities Review Sister Cities is a play that examines the importance of working through difficult family relationships while asking the question: is it ever a good idea to poison your sister

The Merry Widow at the LA Opera - Review

The Merry Widow at the LA Opera - Review The Los Angeles Operas production of The Merry Widow at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion sweeps you away with waltz-time romance and foolish charm

Assassins Review - A Musical by Stephen Sondheim

Assassins Review - A Musical by Stephen Sondheim Steven Sondheim's Assassins is a bold and provocative portrait of nine distorted American dreams

Wounded Review

Wounded Review Not unlike the staccato gunfire of an Iraqi battlefield, the Los Angeles Theater Ensembles return production of Wounded delivers slow, even plodding, moments punctuated by rapid bursts of anguish and intensity

True West Review - Brotherly Love and Burned Toast

True West Review - Brotherly Love and Burned Toast True West follows two brothers as they reunite after a five year separation; fighting out their differences, destroying their mothers house, and transforming into one another

LATW presents The Man Who Had All The Luck

LATW presents The Man Who Had All The Luck L.A. Theatre Works prsented Arthur Miller's first Broadway play, The Man Who Had All the Luck, featuring Kurtwood Smith (That 70s Show) and Emily Bergl(Men in Trees) at the Skirball Cultural Center from April 11-15

American Midget Review - Delivers in a Giant Way

American Midget Review - Delivers in a Giant Way If you go to see one play this month… Jonathan Yukich's American Midget at The Met in Hollywood

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