No new reviews this week, but these will return at the same time next week, as the new theater season gets underway. See below for complete listings of shows to see this week.In this week's stage feature, we asked our stable of critics what they most dread and anticipate when being assigned a s ... More >>
The Weekly's critic-at-large, Steven Leigh Morris, has landed a two-book publishing deal with New Hampshire-based Smith and Kraus Publishers.
The first book -- working title Building Snowmen in the Desert -- is a three-year research project for a comprehensive history of Los Angeles theater. Thi ... More >>
COMPREHENSVIE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSSTAGE FEATURE on Tim Crouch's The Author, and the Belarus Free Theatre L.A. WEEKLY THEATER AWARDS NOMINEESTHEATRIFICATION AND BROADWAY 100 Broadway and the Vaudeville circuit began in Los Angeles 100 years ago, in the downtown Historical Theater Di ... More >>
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Photo by Joel Daavid
Mabel (Bonnie Hunt), a naive Des Moines housewife, calls a graveyard shift salesman named Joe in Los Angeles (Timothy McNeil), to order an expensive watch for her son's 18th birthday. She can't yet go through with the ... More >>
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This week's Theater Feature on Camelot and Baal. GETTING OUR FRINGE ON
I've heard it said at numerous receptions and parties that the
reason L.A. has so much bad theater is because it has so much bad
theater - that less would be more. Fringe Fe ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSThis week's stage features on Ben Bradley's Murder and The Princess and the FrogNEW REVIEW
GO AN OAK TREE Photo by William AdashekOn the simplest story-telling level, actor-performer Tim
Crouch's play is the tale of a hypnotist, falling apart at th ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSSTAGE FEATURE on Bill Cain's Equivocation and Burglars of Hamm's Land of the Tigers NEW GOLDEN AGE OF BRITISH THEATRE
In today's The Guardian, Mark Lawson writes at some length on a new Golden Age of British theater.
Among the more salient quotatio ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSSTAGE FEATURE on Bill Cain's Equivocation and Burglars of Hamm's Land of the TigersNEW REVIEW GO VIOLATORS WILL BE VIOLATED Photo courtesy of Circle X Theatre CompanyCasey Smith's solo mime-show (he does scream a lot, but there are almost no deciph ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSTHEATER NEW REVIEWSSTAGE FEATURE on Charles Duncombe's The Trojan Women and Julie Hebert's TreeIMPACTED WEDNESDAY
Equivocation: Photo by Michael Lamont
Three big openings on Wednesday: The U.S. premiere of TR Warszawa's T.E.O.R.E.M.A.T. (Polish director Grzego ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSLATEST NEW REVIEWSSTAGE FEATURE on Poland, where theater is hipRACHEL ROSENTHAL AT 83
The Rachel Rosenthal Company (founded in 1989) is throwing a fundraiser to help celebrate the performance artist's 83rd birthday, past achievements and the upcoming publication o ... More >>
Tonight Playwrights Arena, the critically acclaimed theater company, will acclaim critic Steven Leigh Morris of the L.A. Weekly, along with actress Fran Bennett and the Lodestone Theater Ensemble.
The event, "Hot Night in the City," will feature plenty of live singing of stage songs written by su ... More >>
L.A. theatergoers can get an earful today as the L.A. Weekly's critic-at-large Steven Leigh Morris joins Back Stage's Dany Margolies and Frontier's Wenzel Jones to offer reviews and stage news. Join them on Patt Morrison's show on KPCC, from 2-3 p.m.
The L.A. Weekly's theater critic-at-large, Steven Leigh Morris, will be making the radio rounds today and tomorrow. Friday afternoon listeners can hear him hold forth on L.A. theater at 2:30 p.m., on Patt Morrison's eponymous KPCC show. (89.3 FM)Steven Leigh Morris: Hear him on radioSaturday, Morri ... More >>