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A new musical based on the work of Neil Simon has been placed in the hands of children.
This weekend, Musical Fools, a musical adaptation of Simon's 1981 Broadway comedy Fools, held its world premiere in Los Angeles. One would assume this would include a trou ... More >>
Kathryn Graf's new comedy about women slipping into middle-age, The Snake Can, is this week's pick of the week. Also a nod for Cathy Rigby reprising her decades-long performance in Peter Pan. See below for all the latest New Theater Reviews, and this week's comprehensive stage listings.
Also, two s ... More >>
Nods this week for Laguna Playhouse's production of Neil Simon's Chapter Two and Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground at Zombie Joe's Underground in North Hollywood. For the latest new reviews and comprehensive stage listings, see below.
Tanna Frederick and Robert Standley star in N. Richard Nash's T ... More >>
"Why is no one laughing?" the actor asks. He's sitting under stage lights, wearing a robe and a pair of pajama bottoms.
"Have you earned it?" the teacher responds, sipping from a fast-food coffee. The audience murmurs with understanding.
This is the scene Thursday night at the Beverly Hills Playhous ... More >>
It's worth keeping tabs on the New York-based website The Awl for many reasons, not least being their occasional cooking posts (my all-time favorite: "How to Cook A Fucking Steak"). Yesterday Jane Hu wrote an utterly lovely piece called "Writer Food From A to Z," which isn't quite as irreverent as t ... More >>
A three-person series of sketches about Laotians in America, Regugee Nation is this week's Pick. Click here for all New Stage Reviews, or go to the jump.
Also, check out this week's stage feature Wednesday eve on Hands on a Hardbody, a new musical developed at and presented by La Jolla Playhouse, ... More >>
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Stage FEATURE on The Chinese Massacre and House of the Rising Son
Maia MadisonAaron Sorkin's first stage play, Hidden in This Picture, is reviewed by Amy Nicholson; Neal Weaver was taken with the collection of theater-celeb-scribed gay-theme ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSStage FEATURE on God of Carnage and The Merchant of VenicePhoto by Ron Sossi Writes Paul Birchall of Sean O'Casey's play at the Odyssey, "This staging of O'Casey's play artfully mixes blarney and despair in almost equal measure." Mayank Keshaviah e ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSTheater Feature on La Razon Blindada and A Wolf Inside the Fence and
NEW REVIEW GO LOVELAND
Photo by Leland Auslender
What a rare experience it is, when a character that's as maniacal, sexually overheated and as transparently off the rails as a ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSTheater Feature on Polish punk and Glendale's classicistsNEW REVIEW GO HELLO
Photo by Mark Bennington
You may not find logic in this quirky tale about love, marriage and the
enigma of sexual attraction but you'll recognize a lot of human truth. ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSSTAGE FEATURE on August: Osage CountyTHE LATEST NEW REVIEWSNEW REVIEW MATTHEW MODINE SAVES THE ALPACASPhoto by Michael LamontOh, dear. Blair Singer's comedy about a washed-out former celeb, Matthew Modine (played by Matthew Modine, somewhere between appealing and app ... More >>