3 days ago | Theater
This post is the first in a series of posts following one show through the Hollywood Fringe Fest. It’s a Thursday, May 14, and the cast and crew for House of Rabbits — Charivari in Voyeurville, the hour-long rock ‘n’ roll, neo-burlesque musical-in...
4 days ago | Theater
After spending recent years immersed in playfully lyrical dance-theater explorations of key texts by Anton Chekhov and Tennessee Williams, Theatre Movement Bazaar director-choreographer Tina Kronis and writer Richard Alger turn their formidable ta...
11 days ago | Theater
H.L. Mencken famously defined Puritanism as “the haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy.” In 1953, that someone arguably wasn’t Arthur Miller, who seized on the Salem witch trials as an allegorical representation of McCarthyism in The...
13 days ago | Theater
Julia Edwards’ wildly implausible, plot-heavy science-fiction melodrama untethered is an often exasperating yet ultimately irresistible, immersive theatergoing experience that creates the sensation of having somehow lived through a Hollywood movie...
19 days ago | Theater
One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People Issue 2015. Check out our entire People Issue online. It's a mere half-hour drive from the South L.A. neighborhood of Hyde Park to Hollywood. For actor Richard Azurdia, it's been a ...
27 days ago | Theater
Although loosely connected by concerns with non-traditional gender roles and a certain naturalistic pitch in their respective mises en scène, the true common denominator between the duo of full-length one-acts making their L.A. debuts at Echo Thea...