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How an L.A. Theater Can Have a Hit But Still Lose Money
8 months ago by Bill Raden
By any standard, Echo Theater Company is an unqualified success. It is a proven small-stage, hit-making machine whose artistic reach, commitment to new work and lush, bang-for-your-buck production values rival — and often exce...
When Romeo and Juliet Would Be Better as a Comedy
9 months ago by Katie Buenneke
Romeo and Juliet would have been better as a comedy. Sure, it's probably sacrilege to criticize Shakespeare, especially so soon after his 450th birthday, but it's true. Just imagine, a comedy making fun of bumbling teenagers, fumbli...
The Crossing: Hearty Texas BBQ and Wood-Fired Pizza at Atwater Crossing
1 year ago by Besha Rodell
The ever-changing restaurant housed at Atwater Crossing is hard to keep up with. The industrial complex on the border of Atwater Village and Glassell Park, which serves as a hub for creative business and industry, has had a number o...
Solemn Mockeries, a Solo Show About the Man Who Tried to Forge a Shakespeare Play
2 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
The Englishman William-Henry Ireland lived from around 1775 — he appears to have lied about his birth year — to 1835. Were he able, he would have lied about his death, too. Richard Creese's new play about Ireland, Solemn...