Los Angeles, CA 90029
Related Stories (16)
This Play Is Like a Two-Person Version of The Breakfast Club
1 month ago by Jenny Lower
Adolescent socialization and the fragile tissue of human connection are the subjects of Lauren Gunderson’s I and You directed by Robin Larsen, now receiving its Los Angeles premiere at the Fountain Theatre. Caroline (Jennifer Finch)...
Sometimes the Protagonist Is Masochistic, Sometimes the Audience Is (GO!)
4 months ago by Steven Leigh Morris
When Zayd Dohrn's Reborning at the Fountain Theatre gets something right, it gets it so right that you may be left in a state of disorientation. That something is the gulf of incomprehension between Daizy and Kelly (Ryan Doucette an...
A Witch Tells Her Deep, Dark Secrets
7 months ago by Deborah Klugman
“Things aren’t always what they seem” is the main theme of John Biguenet’s play about a strange old woman with magical powers. It’s a piece you want to praise, given how much and how cruelly old women with (or without) magical power...
The Brothers Size and Drop Dead!, Reviewed
11 months ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Tarell Alvin McCraney's tender, poetical drama The Brothers Size (Fountain Theatre) and Billy Van Zandt & Jane Milmore's meta-theatrical farce Drop Dead! (presented by Theatre 68, at North Hollywood's NoHo Arts Center) share one...