Articles by Michelle Clay
Form and Emptiness, a two-person show at the Electric Lodge in Venice, presents the bright artistic vision of two women from two different cultures that bridge and meet in the play of color on canvas
American artist Susan diRende's remarkable exhibit of 109 miniatures - Each scene is a mere 50 x 85 mm, the size of the credit cards in your wallet - are subjects drawn primarily from life around the North Island of Wairarapa
Mark Taper Forum brings you Paul Oakley Stovall's love letter to family dysfunction in the new comedy Immediate Family.
Supersized silliness, wrapped in British accents brings you the latest production at the Mark Taper forum: What The Butler Saw
The 2014 AFI Fest presented by AUdi is in full swing in the heart of Hollywood, and the super short films just keep on coming
The Trip to Bountiful is an extraordinary journey to a kinder, gentler time, to the only place where one woman's soul feels like home
A story of memory, loss and love that transcends the passing of life by Jordan Harrison
HollyShorts Film Festival, an annual independent short film festival located in Hollywood, California, turns 10
The Max Factor Factor is not just story about Hollywood. In every direction, it all touches on not giving up on your dreams, but more importantly, yourself
Brooklyn playwright Marja Lewis Ryan tests the waters of drama in her new play One In The Chamber
Lyle is a chilling and clever glimpse into the mind of an expectant mother's mind
We Will Rock You the musical takes you into the future, where rock music is dead and technology has overtaken all individuality
Filmmaker Ken Roht makes Outfest's "5 in Focus" with his family musical western Perfect Cowboy
BFFs is a simmering, smart comedy that boils over with laughs at all the right moments.
Almost eighty years after its 1935 premiere in New York, Director Diane Paulus and Chorographer Ronald K. Brown have polished the style of Porgy and Bess into a more beloved masterpiece brimming warmth and humility
The Tallest Tree in the Forest is a controversial musical biography about the indomitable Paul Robeson
Harmony A New Musical is the story six young singers who must come of age in the time of Hitler and combat the impending darkness with a song and a smile.
STOMP is a theatrical performance that will electrify the sense!
In the untamed wilderness that is the mind’s eye of Thomas Dunne, a faded public figure does battle with the truculent decisions of his past
The Center Theatre Group brings you the untold tale of Peter Pan
In a very modern new translation by David Greig, Strindberg's classic play is a sexy, savage and fun look at marriage as a uniquely brutal system of exchange
Sheldon Epps brings a powerful interracial rendition of Twelve Angry Men to the Pasadena Playhouse
Kevin Daniels is burning up the stage from coast to coast. From Broadway to Rouge Machine to his new network Sirens, this star is on the rise!
Humor Abuse successfully features the loving and celebratory life of the son of a clown
From the Tony Award®-winning author of Clybourne Park & the Tony Award®-winning director of August: Osage County comes a comedy about how family and memory are both relative
Dying City explores the complicated politics of loss, love and learning to live without the things that complete you
Better Half, the indie feature about a gay couple that adopt a baby, is in full swing, fighting to get to the finish line. The production moves forward, one filming day at a time, with its sights set on one thing: Tribeca Film Festival
In the year of their gubernatorial pardon, the powerful, bittersweet story of The Scottsboro Boys finds its way from Broadway to the Ahmanson Theatre
Phylicia Rashad directs the August Wilson Classic Joe Turner's Come and Gone for the Center Theatre Group
Peter Quilter's Bio-musical End of the Rainbow provides an front row seat to the spectacular talent and deteriorating life of America's First Sweetheart, Judy Garland