Local Performances Articles
The Robber Bridegroom, a rarely performed American musical, based on a novella by Eudora Welty with Book and Lyrics by Alfred Uhry
In an effort to set the record straight, writer-director Terry Jastrow researched that period and tried to interview people who were directly affected by her activities, including war veterans, most of whom refused to cooperate
With the showdowns, feuding, lust, cheating, hard boozing, Satanists or cowboy brawls, one needs to see the honky tonk performance under a WESTERN BIG SKY! Nothing smaller will do!
"Hamlet" plays at The Little Victory Theatre in Burbank. See the exclusive trailer here
Eat, Drink and be merrie are the royal orders of the day!
Get to the past as fast as you can! Take the new royal byway -- the 210 highway!
Los Angeles County arts commission 44th annual L.A. County holiday celebration at Music Center December 24
The Broad Humor Film Festival celebrated its 6th season by opening the festivities with a live show of female comics that had the audience roaring with laughter
Something struck me as I was leaving the 24th Street Theater, euphoric over having just seen a truly remarkable piece of theater.
Funny guy Jonathan Coogan emerged from a world of drugs, cleaned up his life, found true love and a happy future.
The World Premiere of "Scott's Search For A Rose" is a well crafted story about a boy who grew up as a master of computers, but never a master of love. It is a tale of a computer geek's lifelong search for his soulmate.
R.S. Calls' play "Damages" opens the audience to the world of a man who as a child was sexually abused by a priest.
Need a good laugh? Ive just returned from The Ice House Comedy Club in Pasadena, and let me say I havent laughed this hard since landing in California last Saturday
The Actor's Gang present "The Trial of the Catonsville Nine" and question how much has really changed in our government when put to the test of morality and war
Wicked - The Broadway hit graces the Los Angeles stage, blowing away it's audiences.
To use a medical metaphor, The Los Angeles premiere of James Sherman’s comedy “The God of Isaac,” presented by the West Coast Jewish Theatre, could be described as “the operation was successful but the patient died.”
When two children commit an accidental murder, who will come to their aid? The Whizzit!
Boston Court concludes their season with a play that proves no stray from the ride they've continued to provide since opening their doors not so long ago
The Pulitzer Prize winning Broadway musical "Rent" is back in action and is making its tremendous voices heard at the Orange County Performing Arts Center.
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