Lee Melville, a true gentleman and decades-long friend of our theater, died last night. Melville was a critic and editor at Drama-Logue and, most recently, L.A. Stage. More details as they come in.
Christopher Shinn's drama Dying City, about a family in the wake of the Iraq War, being performed a ... More >>
The Canadian troupe Cavalia wowed critic Lovell Estell III this week with its equestrian spectacle Cavalia's Odysseo. Good notices also for Diane Glancy's The Bird House at the Autry National Center, and for a revival of Carlos Murillo's Dark Play (or Story for Boys) at the Whitmore-Lindley The ... More >>
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The Unsinkable Henry Morgan isn't your typical documentary. Following the search for the eponymous Captain Morgan's lost flagship, The Satisfaction, the film reads more like an episode of MTV's Laguna Beach or The Hills than anythin ... More >>
Normally we would fear being sued by the lawyer-wielding stud behind the Girls Gone Wild video juggernaut for calling him "girl fighter extraordinaire."
But in this case there doesn't seem to be any question about it. Joe Francis got down with a girl following a fender bender in Beverly Hills today ... More >>
The Daily BeastBarack and Michelle, lookin' the partUpdated after the jump: The president makes his last stop in El Salvador.
If there's one thing our POTUS can do, it's talk. Barack Obama could talk himself out of Guantanamo Bay through a thick swatch of duct tape.
In perfect form, he tur ... More >>
Tonight at 6 p.m., cartoonist Jason Shiga will be signing his latest book, Meanwhile, at GR2. Written as a "choose your own adventure" story, there are 3,856 different possibilities within the graphic novel. Check out this matrix Shiga built for the story.
An award winning cartoonist, Shig ... More >>