Local Performances Articles
With soaring arias and passionate duets, the LA Opera presents one of the most popular operas of all time.
In this darkly comedic modern day love story, brotherly blood is thinner than water. But, the script and performances are even thinner.
Big Girls, Big Hair, Big Issues in 1960' Baltimore. Hairspray is back at the Pantages.
In the multi-Tony Award-winning Hairspray, it's 1962 - the '50s are out and change is in the air.
The Hollywood Symphony Orchestra honors an art form rarely heard on the concert stage to its full dramatic effect, and elevates it to sublime heights.
The sensational stage show featuring the riotous rhythms and pounding pulsations that have thrilled audiences for more than a decade is back in Los Angeles for a limited engagement at the Pantages Theater.
It starts with a janitor sweeping up on stage. Before you know it, the stage is filled with a sumptuous feast for the eyes and the ears. This is Stomp.
Stomp is making beautifully explosive music out of everything but the kitchen sink...wait a minute...including the kitchen sink! What an electrifying experience!
On Thursday, April 27, 2006, the key Club showcased Charlie Wilson, of the famous GAP Band of the 80s.
Can you catch love on the net? Do bugs destroy match.com e-mails on the web? Thats what Internet Dating: the Musical in all its hilarity helps us find out.
What would happen if MacBeth and Faustus had a child who was addicted to heroine and Vaudeville? Answer: The Last Rider and the Casting of the Magic Bullets.
A mother asks, Whats it like, being gay? ...one of many issues tackled in Cocktails & Leachfields.
When will the stereo-typical Irishman finally put down his drink?
The Geffen Theater presents Arthur Millers 1947 quintessential American war drama, All My Sons, with an inspired intensity that transcends the stage and time.
On Monday, April!0th, all the Rasta-man people and fans of Sean Paul met at the House of Blues located on Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood.
A talented company takes an experimental approach to Shakespeare's Tempest with mixed results.
Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival celebrated its thirteenth annual event with "Festival 2006: Solo, But Not Alone".
It's not often you see a play that is entirely soliloquy. Here's one with only two actors, who are never on stage at the same time. Despite these constraints, it's a moving and enjoyable piece of theatre.
Sometimes a troup of performers will develop meaningful material that makes a special connection with the audience. Not this time.
Laughter and tears, a search for faith in God and an experiment with handcuffs in bed, a suggestion that drugs and alcohol can illuminate spirituality and faith, and more - it's all here in "Man From Nebraska" by Tracy Letts