Articles by Michelle Clay
Director Gregg T. Daniel talks theatre & the latest production from Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble: ELMINA’S KITCHEN the story of a bitter clash of values between 3 generations of black men & its effect on their family & community
When the cash-strapped Canadian yuppies fire their teen-aged daughter's lesbian Mexican nanny, Margarita, they set off a chain of events that lead to her deportation
When JJ falls in love with a beautiful diva, JJ and Seb's friendship is tested. JJ is forced to chose between her hot new lover and her best friend
When Jesse is forced to move back to his Midwestern, friends and ex-lovers gather for a going away party that promises to heighten Jesse's already bittersweet feelings about leaving
Morgan is an intimate tale of a young man's struggle to feel whole, despite his own emotional disabilities
The dual story of Elliot Ayende: as a 9-year-old who is side-kick and confidant to his barely-keeping-it-together single mom; & as a 21-year-old looking for love in New York City. A comedy-drama that shows you can survive anything life throws at you
Desperate to get out from under her overprotective mother, a home-schooled teen runs off to live with her dad, and forms a bond with his much-younger boyfriend. Great Family entertainment
OUTFEST 30 is Coming! Full Force with Great Films. Don't Miss Out on the Film Festival Event of Summer 2012
Based on the novel by Michael Morpurgo, War Horse tells the story of how a sibling rivalry blossoms into an unexpected and extraordinary bond between a teenaged boy and his beloved horse.
“Geography Club,” based on Brent Hartinger’s best-selling young adult novel, has begun production on locations in and around Los Angeles, it was announced today by producer Michael Huffington
Breaking up is hard to do, even when you're not trying
A 2012 LAFF Featured Gala Event: Middle of Nowhere. A drama that follows a woman who changes her life in order to contend with her husband's 8-year prison sentence; and an intense character study in the taut ties that bind
Sister is the remarkable story of a boy who endures manhood's hard lessons of life and survival well before his time
In a small town somewhere in the South, four restless souls venture out into the hot July 4th night in search of something. Exactly what they each seek is unclear, even to them
"VODKA & EURYDICE is a raw, wistful dramedy, punctuated by the hilarity of everyday life"
Each year, Christopher Street West recognizes people & groups that have especially impacted the LGBTQ community, demonstrating commitment to greater visibility, understanding, advocacy, human rights, empowerment, marriage equality & service
The Council on Foundations Film + Video Festival is the premier showcase for grantmaker-funded media that embodies the dynamic power media can have to raise awareness and reflect change
As with all theatre productions at Boston Court, The Children thrives on originality and creatively presents a theatrical work like no other
Practically every number was met with cheering and thunderous applause as an enthusiastic audience gobbled up every note of the opening night performance of Sondheim & Goldman’s Follies
What if your greatest loss led you to your greatest love?
The new feature film from writer/director Patrik-Ian Polk, tells the story of five Brown University classmates reuniting in the Big Apple for a weekend of sin and fun - each with a little growing up to do
Celebration Theatre's latest production: The Color Purple: The Musical is a spectacular accomplishment - a true musical theatre event. Go See This Show!
The Mother of all Rock Operas is currently at the Ahmanson Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles.
It’s T-minus two weeks before the Egyptain Theatre in Hollywood gets its annual splash of LGBT color. An offshoot to the ten-day flagship film festival Outfest, Fusion celebrates the filmmakers and cinematic tales that feature LGBT people of color.
The latest fictionalization of the Perfect Storm of terror that was Charles Manson and how the Folger Coffee Heiress perhaps met her fate before her time.
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! SHORT EYES WRITTEN BY MIGUEL PIÑERO, DIRECTED BY JULIAN ACOSTA RETURNS TO LOS ANGELES THEATRE CENTER
A World Premiere fantasy play by Joan Beber about Roy Cohn, the brilliant attorney whose hunger for power and prominence ultimately destroyed him
After A Raisin in the Sun, Clybourne Park travels across town to where the other half lives and examines exactly how different the races really are from one another - from 1959 to 2009
In Dennis Richard's Oswald - the Play, the war of wills between prisoner and interrogator rages, while the world outside waits and watches
A Street Rock Musical inspired by the true stories of Homeless Kids