Local Performances Articles
A semi-romantic tragic-farcical adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler's "Anatol"
"A deep distress has humanized my soul." - William Wordsworth. Life carries us upon its back.
Before there was TV, there was radio.
Tina Dupuy, a reputable stand up comic and satirist, delivers a one-women show that delves into the deepest realms of her life. The question is, "Does anyone care?"
Even paralysis can't stop her - Lyena Strelkoff comes out of her cocoon with 'Caterpillar Soup'
I could tell this would not be the typical theater-going experience. But instead of running, I pushed my inner theater snob aside, found a seat, and prepared myself for the Sacred Fools' annual 360 extravaganza.
A play about the creation of the world, through the eyes of the ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Scandinavians, Africans, Chinese and Babylonians
Pam Kay and The Tap Chicks bring some American classics to the Sierra Madre Playhouse.
Some say that comedy is tragedy plus time. But in Larry Gelbart's world, we can probably get there faster. Every joke, holds Gelbart, is a bitter truth. These truths are all-too self-evident in Gelbart's _Mastergate_.
"I've Been Lied To All My Life," it seems clear that the title says it all.
Dean Cameron's Nigerian Spam Scam Scam is, as they say, funny because it's true.
The Orange County Performing Arts Center, Segerstrom Hall is the site of this beehive of musical energy that began on October 12th and continues through October 24th.
UCLA hosts the 2004-2005 Year of the Arts celebration with hundreds of major cultural events planned throughout the academic year.
A one man show that needs no supporting act.
Southern Alabama comes to Hollywood in Charlie Terrell's Taking the Jesus Pill
The newest trend in plays these days is having three mini-plays all rolled into one, usually with a central theme.
A story of political propaganda...
Kodak Theatre's Highly Anticipated production of
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
Impressive acting and writing, disturbing suprises, and the hilarity of exterme personalities all come together in this collection of five short plays at the Lex Theatre in Hollywood.
What do you get when you take four writers, four directors and twelve actors and give them just 24 hours to create and produce four totally new one-act plays? The most upbeat and lively late night show.