Nods this week for Philip Dawkins The Homosexuals (Celebration Theatre at Atwater Village Theatre), Pierre Corneille's The Liar (Antaeus Company), and Lina Gallegos' Wild in Witchita (LATC). But it's a Halloween-season horror-play, six tales spun from the writings of H.P. Lovecraft, called Lovecraft ... More >>
No Pick this week, but a nod from Neal Weaver for the family comedy-drama The Bells of West 87th at Greenway Arts Alliance. See below for all the latest new theater reviews and stage listings. Plays informed by dreams and dream-states are the subject of this week's theater feature: Pericles, P ... More >>
John Henry Redwood's throwback comedy-drama about a family in 1943 Harlem, The Old Settler at Pico Playhouse, is this week's Pick. Writes Lovell Estell III, "The story of a May-December romance is an old one, but it receives a charming and inventive treatment." Also, Deborah Klugman ... More >>
This week in L.A. theater, Jamie Robledo's Watson and the Dark Art of Harry Houdini was our pick of the week, while ModRock at the El Portal also got a "Go." All new theater reviews are below. Our stage feature is an interview with Val Kilmer about his new Mark Twain solo show at the Kirk Douglas T ... More >>
See also: *The Craziest Danzig Stalker of Them All *Glenn Danzig's Amazing Art Collection Ahead of Danzig's show at Gibson Ampitheater tonight -- and in the midst of our Danzig-palooza festivities -- we told you last week about his most insane stalker. This certifiably-nuts fan was caught o ... More >>
Patrick Range McDonaldJohn Waters, left, and James EganLast Friday night, legendary film director John Waters sat down with L.A. Weekly for a friendly, often times hilarious, chat, promoting a new book that features his media interviews over the past 46 years: John Waters: Interviews. Univer ... More >>
Also, Chess in Concert, On the Verge (Or the Geography of Yearning) and more
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWS Cover Story on LATE's The War Cycle2011 MARK TAPER FORUM SEASON ANNOUNCED John Lithgow Photo by Nigel Perry John Lithgow will ring in the New Year spinning yarns in Stories By Heart, previously produced at the Lincoln Center and at the National ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWS STAGE FEATURE on My Penis, In and Out of TroubleNEW REVIEW GO GRIFFITH PARK SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHINGPhoto by Ivy AugustaDon John (Sean Pritchett) is such a bastard. Really. He's the bastard son of Don Pedro (Luis Galindo), pri ... More >>
Also, Sandstorm, No Impact Man, Gamer and more
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Seven months ago, the American Cinematheque triumphantly completed its renovation of Hollywood's Egyptian Theater. Now the organization is $2 million in debt. Can it survive?