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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

Infinite Black Suitcase - Review

Infinite Black Suitcase - Review TheSpyAnts present the World Premiere of INFINITE BLACK SUITCASE
SAVOR LIFE. HONOR DEATH. EMBRACE THE JOURNEY

Galatea Review

Galatea Review A story that combines the love, more like obsession, the sculptor has with her muse who also grows as well

Twelve Angry Men Review - A Performance That Leaves No Room For Doubt

Twelve Angry Men Review - A Performance That Leaves No Room For Doubt Playwright Reginald Rose and Director Scott Ellis present an unimpeachable case: Twelve Angry Men is a must-see play that brings the best and the worst of any democratic system, American or otherwise, to light

Snow White Review

Snow White Review A retelling of Snow White at Theatre West staring Lee Meriweather

Distracted Review - Honing in on America's Hyperactivity...and More

Distracted Review - Honing in on America's Hyperactivity...and More Rita Wilson headlines the world premiere of "Distracted," Lisa Loomer's tongue-in-cheek dramedy about staying connected in a fractured, fast paced and hyperactive world

Joanna's Husband and David's Wife Review

Joanna's Husband and David's Wife Review In "Joanna's Husband and David's Wife", we sail through a 20 year span what may have been historys largest shift in gender roles which becomes a central theme

The Wolf Review - a World Premiere Play by Sean Huze

The Wolf Review - a World Premiere Play by Sean Huze The Wolf by Actor/ Playwright Sean Huze makes its world premiere at the art/works Theatre, exploring the question: Can a wolf ever live among the sheep?

Berlin Blues Review

Berlin Blues Review Berlin Blues displays a healthy sense of humor and involves a buffalo stampede, a musical revue of Dances With Wolves, and a 44-meter laser-beam dream catcher

Black and Bluestein Review

Black and Bluestein Review Black and Bluestein is a serious comedy about racial prejudice

Pomp & Circumstance and Sperm Warfare Review

Pomp & Circumstance and Sperm Warfare Review The Matrix Theatre features two very funny adult themed plays side by side

In Arabia We'd All Be Kings Review

In Arabia We'd All Be Kings Review In "In Arabia We'd All be Kings", the characters are all lost souls looking for their place that's quickly edging them out

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