A witty and intellectual drama about love, relationships and writing
Director Evan Yionoulis captures the blurry line between art and reality in his portrayal of a couple who defines and redefines love.
Little Women at the Orange County Performing Arts Center is a must see for men and women of any age
Little Shop Of Horrors at OCPAC- All the cast members exuded confidence in their roles conveying passion in the execution of their lines. They demonstrated great chemistry with one another...
Radio Golf - Director Kenny Leon artfully brings to life the West Coast Premiere of the final play of August Wilson's epic ten play 20th century cycle chronicling the African American experience.
Mayberry Live! - The Second City Theater presents their totally improvised take on the classic television series, The Andy Griffith Show.
This play within a play gives us insight into the insidious minds of the actors in "7 Redneck Cheeerleaders"
Since 1997, one of the most enduringly popular attractions at Sacred Fools Theater has been Fast & Loose, which has been presented several times each season.
The legendary Bolshoi Ballet returns to The Center's Segerstrom Hall with the West Coast premiere of Shostakovich's banned ballet The Bright Stream and a dramatic production of Aram Khachaturian's Spartacus.
The Will Geer Theatricum's production of Arthur Miller's THE RIDE DOWN MT. MORGAN seek to find out what happens when the two halves of a man's life meet.
If you love dogs, then you'll love BARK!
Charlie's having even more fun on a Sunday night....
In "The Birds", we are taken on a ride down the twisted inroads of this more-than-a-parody of the classic 1953 Hitchcock thriller.
Unstable elements left to their own devices inadvertently implode
Home is truly where the heart is.
Destiny's Calling...Are You Listening?
The best kept secret in town has been under our nose all along and this carnival will take you on the ride of your life!
"A Good Soldier," at the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble through August 7, examines classical questions of conscience and duty in the setting of the war in Iraq.
Whatever political standpoint one might have, one cannot ignore the superb performances and clever script of Stuff Happens.