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    With a culturally curious mother and a sports-minded father, it is a surprise to no one that Macho Show Queen grew up with a passion for both the arts and sports. Nowhere else but in the MSQ home could you hear Wagner while watching a college football game. Rather than having to choose, MSQ has embraced it all.

 

MSQ Review: Don't Tell Mama

Any show queen who has spent time in midtown Manhattan has stopped in at Ellen’s Stardust Diner. It isn’t known for its food; it's the diner where the waitstaff sings. It was inevitable that the Times Square attraction make its way to Los Angeles. Read more...

MSQ Review: The Flying Dutchman/LA Opera

The ghostly Dutchman has been condemned with his crew to sail for eternity. Will the perfect woman finally end his misery? Read more...

MSQ Review: Cavalia Odysseo

A stunning combination of equestrian skill and feats of human strength that may convince you that no amount of the time at the gym is going to give you that kind of body. Read more...

MSQ Review: Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth – Pantages Theatre

It's amazing how quickly we'll slow down to take pleasure in someone else's misery. Celebrating that impulse must have prompted Spike Lee to team up with heavyweight champion and ear-biter Mike Tyson to present Mike Tyson: The Undisputed Truth. Read more...

MSQ Review: Happily Never After – The Children's Theatre Group of Southern California

There’s enough innuendo to please adults, some catchy tunes, and most importantly an entire company of actors who are clearly having a good time performing this show. Read more...

MSQ Review: Jekyll and Hyde – Pantages Theatre

A man who relies on technology instead of his own powers of observation meets with tragic results. Read more...

MSQ Review: The Gift – Geffen Playhouse

If you heard about a play in which an older married couple spends time discussing their lives with a younger married couple, you might first think of the Edward Albee classic Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf. Though that landmark play must have been an inspiration for The Gift, the comparisons end there. Read more...

MSQ Review: Fallen Angels – Pasadena Playhouse

Move over, Edina and Patsy. There’s another absolutely fabulous pair of women making us laugh ourselves silly. Actually, you don’t need to move over. Just acknowledge that without Noel Coward’s uproariously funny Fallen Angels, you wouldn’t have been created.  Read more...

MSQ Review: The Deep Throat Sex Scandal – Zephyr Theatre

The first mainstream adult movie to graphically depict oral sex seems like an odd choice for a play. Read more...

MSQ Review: Backbeat – Ahmanson Theatre

Remember Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia!, and Million Dollar Quartet? You can now add Backbeat to that list. Read more...

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