The Gay Mafia does it again, poking fun and taking no prisoners
What do a Mississippi widower and an LA junkie transvestite have in common? You would be surprised. The Elephant Theater Company answers that very question with its latest production of Timothy McNeil's Anything
This national touring production does a superb job re-creating performances by Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin!
Center Theatre Groups new production of The History Boys opened last night at the Ahmanson Theatre in downtown Los Angeles.
The Sound of Silence Moving performance at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre was a spectacular display of free improvised music and dance
Seattle Playwright brings a classic political revolutionary tale into modern times
Going to the opera in LA on a weeknight does not necessarily mean struggling through rush-hour traffic to get there
Translated as IN A YELLOW SUN (MEMORIES OF AN EARTHQUAKE), the Teatro de los Andes deliveres an abstract theater piece that is both moving and visceral.
This intense drama warns to be careful of with whom you share those tiny indiscretion
Love Like Blue is a fabulous and touching play about three couples at the end of their relationships, and their story a year later
If a person's love for you is tough, complicated, and sometimes indistinguishable, then they are probably your family
And Neither Have I Wings to Fly is a stunning display of fantastic writing and superb acting
Write Act Rep's latest retelling of the Shakespearean favorite is more creepy than magical
The Ruse, with Jim Bilus (guitar), John Dauer (vocals), Jason Young (drums), Mark Stolze (bass), have toured, nationally, for two years,having released two records, and are now performing at Hollywood's very own Viper Room
Lost Angeles at the Lillian Theater. "Find Yourself. Or Someone Better"
Mustang Sally explores a topic that is less taboo than one might think
Earns Critics Acclaim in Hollywood! The Chicago hit "girl,20" makes it's Los Angeles Premiere
Well let it be known that there is good theater in Los Angeles, and those in doubt need only head to The Matrix Theater on Melrose to see Jessie McCormack’s Journey to Dollywood
“Spook” is a combination of comedic history and a cautionary tale of the consequences of wanting it so badly nothing else matters
Clay: His rap is pretty fly for a White guy