Tommy Tune stars as Dr. Dolittle in the west coast premiere at the Pantages Theatre now through March 5, 2006.
Andrew Lloyd Webbers latest musical offers a glimpse into the lively world of Hindi film
A melodramatic comedy about an agoraphobic's plan for revenge and escape from her life of dashed dreams.
Ovation Award nominee Sybyl Walker explores love and relationships in her crowd-pleasing one-woman show now playing at Company of Angels Theatre in Silverlake.
Playwright D.B. Levin goes behind-the-scenes of an insider trading scandal and finds cigarettes and laughter
Annette Bening shines in Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard at the Mark Taper Forum.
John Farmanesh-Bocca directs a brilliant production of Shakespeare's Othello at the MET Theater in Los Angeles.
There are few who have not heard of "Riverdance," the dazzling spectacle of Irish dance and song that swept the nation in its debut. More than a decade later, this timeless show is still captivating audiences around the world.
The Dutchman: Independent Theatre Is As Exciting As Independent Film
When my editor sent info that this play was directed by Richard E. Hess, who had directed high-powered dramas such as Tony Kushners, Angels in America, ergo I envisioned the new play to be an erudite, passionate, wry, socio-politico analysis of Catholic culture in America...
Bringing whimsy and wonder to life for four straight nights, Dragon Tales Lives ignites energy.
PBSs top-rated childrens program, "Dragon Tales" arrives in Hollywood, live and on stage at Pantages Theatre.
Where do you go to get an evening filled with noshes and wine, as well as: murder, nudity, sex, revenge, betrayal, nudity, turmoil, social obscenity, lust, passion, political anarchy, did I say nudity yet?, ok, nudity?
Shakespeare with a Twist!
"How I Ruined Everything" is a world premiere one-act that finds Kate leaving her new husband after experiencing her first acting class.
Two plays for the price of one. A show by kids...for adults. And a show by adults...for the kid in all of us. Performed by the Sacred Fools Theater Company and Ten West.
This is the stuff that legends are made of. Or to be precise "Legends" are making this production at the Ahmanson.
It Came From Beyond is a sci-fi, aliens from outer space, 1950s - style musical comedy premiering at the Write Act Theatre in Hollywood
"Madama Butterfly" opening at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion is outstanding. Patricia Racette and Marcus Haddock are memorable in the leads in Puccini's age-old tale of a man's contempt for the love of a loyal woman.
A masterpiece of a play. The day the first black Director of an all-white art Foundation shows up for work so does captivating drama.