Our list of the best special event films to see in L.A. this week ranges from an Ibsen adaptation to a classic hockey comedy.
Friday, Oct. 5
Wide-eyed little ones and nostalgic adults are invited to the eighth annual Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival, presented Oct. 5-7 by LACMA. ... 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 >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSStage FEATURE on Salome and J.M. Barrie at PRTCuriousjosh.comThe Burning OperaThe Burning Opera: How to Survive the Apocalypse, created by Mark Nicols and Erik Davis, and being performed at Syrup Loft downtown, is among the productions being revie ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWS
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 >>
Scott Stapp (left) and William Wordsworth, poets
Yes, Creed is back. You got a problem with that, snobby aesthetes and holier-than-though dismissers? Finally returning to argue for their continued relevance after a decade of being shit upon by the critics and Elites who don't know anything about Fa ... More >>
Please see below for comprehensive theater listings that replicate the global format found in the print edition, compiled by Derek Thomas. This new stage blog -- to be posted once a week -- is till in the works, Suggestions are welcome.
A memorial service hosted by Madelaine Shaner was held at t ... More >>