Local Performances Articles
Presenting Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's "The Threepenny Opera" is a formidable challenge for at least three reasons, and even the most modest production is measured against the best that have gone before.
West Coast Premiere of "Electricidad" at the Mark Taper Forum. Based on Sophocles' "Electra".
Challenging, edgy, even difficult. But there is plenty of meat here to dig into.
The show holds your attention throughout. Pieces are all short, and the overall performance just over an hour in length, so it packs quite an intense punch.
Yankel finds his efforts are in vain when he discovers his daughter has fallen in love with one of his prostitutes, Mankel.
EVITA one of the most celebrated musicals of all time is now playing at the Pantages Theatre for two weeks only, March 1-13, 2005
Even her ensemble of cartoon voices can't distinguish Daily's stereotypical Hollywood tale.
Barrage, the dazzling musical troupe known for their unique, international energetic attack on the playing of violins and fiddles, is bringing their new show entitled "Vagabond Tales" to several Southern California venues.
Neutrino: A Comedy about Love, Coincidence, and Particle Physics
If you want to see what real acting is these folks hit not only a home run but they hit it out of the ball park. "The Goat" is definitely a definite must see. This production belongs on Broadway.
Chicago is Burning Down L.A.!! Now playing at the Pantages Theatre for a limited 3-week engagement, through Sunday February 20th.
A timeless, touchingly funny, delightful play at the Norris Performing Arts Center.
From the very first light cue and the SNOW. This play delivered.
at least not at the theater!
You can spend a great evening as I did at a very small theater such as The Actors Group Theater in Universal City and still have a wonderful time!
This hillarious new comedy proves that not all fan mail goes unoticed.
Rodgers & Hammerstein's classic musical, OKLAHOMA!, is now playing at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood through January 30 2005.
I was fortunate to be able to attend the opening night performance of the spectacular new production of Lionel Bart's three-time Tony Award-winning musical, Oliver!
Feeling tired of the same old holidays, same old gift giving, and same old "Nutcracker?"
Amore! It is winter and love is in the air to warm up our hearts. "La Boheme" is the opera to see.
Richard Brinsky Sheridan's "The School For Scandal" reminds us that misunderstanding and coy sexual innuendo are not merely the stuff of television sitcoms.