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Mark Taper Forum brings you Paul Oakley Stovall's love letter to family dysfunction in the new comedy Immediate Family.
South Coast Repertory ends its 51st season with this family-friendly, slapstick theatrical treat
While a bit on the longish side, this play will make you think about several life aspects
Is it possible to enjoy just one night off from the horrible and sometimes hilarious indignities that are visited upon a woman of a certain age? This is the question that New York Times bestselling author Annabelle Gurwitch attempts to answer
On Saturday, April 25th, in Los Angles, Ca, teams of nonprofessional dancers of all ages. shapes, sizes, backgrounds will compete in front of family, friends, co-workers and guest judges competed in Gym Crew Challenge at Barnsdall Gallery Theatre
F.A.M.E.'US Magazine is a publication dedicated to the promotion of the culture of Art and celebrates the artists that contribute to its meaningful lifestyle. The magazine's official release party was held in Downtown Los Angeles.
Paul Oakley Stovall’s Immediate Family blasted off like a rocket and continued its hilarious trajectory throughout the 90-minutes of almost non-stop merriment
Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner …With a Twist that goes beyond expectations
JWT is growing; their influence in the arts is also growing, while retaining the warmth, humor, and compassion of personal experience. Current offerings include art exhibits, and the world premiere production of Monica Piper’s "Not That Jewish"
This world premiere of John Fazakerley’s Corktown ’57 is a riveting Irish-American family drama, which unfolds in the basement of a store and continues with surprising twists and turns right to the end
Celebrating it's 59th play, Echo Theater offers two unique plays - a dark comedy and intense drama
An award winning play about love, life and consequences
The global financial markets go radioactive, and the predators stand poised for a fight to the finish. Partnerships prove to be perilous and laws are meaningless in the jungle of scheming money managers, where these cleverly crafted characters dwell
What would you do if God told you he needed therapy - a play for everyone
In the stuggle to transform one must first beat against the cocoon and then digest itself before it can emerge
Although he briefly utilizes a tired cliché in the second act, Rajiv Joseph's script still possesses a multilayered dimensionality, which matches the brilliance of the actors
A multifaceted, deeply human story that includes all the elements of the human condition; disappointment, divorce, death, dementia, survival and more
Music and history buffs will love this musical about John Dolphin - Dolphin's of Hollywood - who fought discrimination and segregation to suceed
The rascally Figaro once again outranks the upper classes to allow love to bloom in LA Opera's magnificent The Barber of Seville
Thanks to the brilliant cast and Gaye Taylor Upchurch’s visionary direction, playwright Melissa Ross’s dramatic voice is one of the strongest at SCR
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