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 >>
Throughout history, the world has been shaped and influenced by the vast contributions of gays and lesbians. We don't always know or remember these important role models. Welcome to the "Queer Town Icon" series.
Known as one of the most important philosophers of the twentieth century, Ludwig Wittge ... More >>
The $50,000 to $75,000 presale estimate of Elizabeth Taylor's dressing room trailer -- used on the set of Cleopatra and set to be auctioned at Profiles in History's upcoming "Icons of Hollywood" auction of memorabilia Dec. 15-17 -- seems low to M.G. Lord, author of the new book The Accidental Femini ... More >>
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Photo by Nicholas SayaanEuripides' version of a
Greek myth serves as ground zero for playwright B. Walker Sampson's
surreal comedy about the otherworldly ... More >>
In the strange wake of music's digital rebirth, vinyl has experienced a modest boom in popularity, seen by many as a replacement for the awkward middleman that is the compact disc. INCHES reviews the output of L.A.'s healthy vinyl community (artists and labels, indie or other), believing that good m ... More >>