Local Performances Articles
Nice Tits World Premiere at Alliance Repertory Company Theater shines past sexually-charged moniker, processes and promotes the female experience.
Whats so great about the latest play in LA that sent Billy Bob Thornton, Mccully Culkin and Bruce Dern rushing to see it on opeing night?
"A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings" ~ The Kirk Douglas Theatre bring magical realism to Los Angeles.
A powerful yet humorous one-man show starring Michael Raynor in his quest to discover the truth about his father.
It's going to be a White Christmas this year in Los Angeles. If you don't believe me just head over to the Pantages and catch the L.A. Premier of Irving Berlin's White Christmas.
Following a sold-out performance in Los Angeles last February, top Israeli World Music recording artist Idan Raichel returned for a one night only performance, on November 19th, 2005 at the Kodak Theatre
Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize winning play loses it's biting humor in the current stage production in West Hollywood
A new Musical in its pre-Broadway production "The Drowsy Chaperone" is a farcical romp through the mad-capped world of musical theatre. "It does what a musical should do. It takes you to another world." - Man in Chair
Redneck living is for the birds, New York is the place for me.
A contemporary production of Shakespeares Macbeth, about the unrelenting lure of absolute power borne of murderous ambition. Josh Costellos directing brings the well known story to a new setting, a modern day rubble strewn wasteland where men and women weave webs of deceit in a bid for ultimate power.
Her show captivates you with its intensity and honesty. The play flies by in an hour, an hour that was performed flawlessly. A brave bold look into Courtneys secrets and into her soul...
Love In The DMZ: A Play In Letters is a world premiere production that starts off slowly but due to the strength of the actors a strong ending is delivered.
Can anyone be saved in Timothy McNeil's play "Los Muertos"?
A new collection of four short plays by Ray Bradbury.
Rod Serlings gritty play questions what a man is worth once his professional boxing career has come to a close
A wonderful opportunity to experience a genius at what may be the height of his powers showing off his prowess.
Interested in theater? Annie has everything you'd want and more!
Keith Byron Kirk as Che stole the show with a powerful and impassioned pleas to Eva and Juan Perone. His voice exploded with disdane and loathing for his country's leaders.
"How our In-Laws Ruined our Wedding" - Wedding night, one room, eight people hysterical chaos!!
A review of Tom Stoppard's play, The Real Thing, which is playing at the Huntington Theater in Boston.