The 30-seat Black Dahlia proves that when done well, small theater knows no limits. Since founding the Dahlia four years ago, Matt Shakman has developed a storefront showcase for new works by emerging writers…
For more than 70 years, Bob Baker has had the world on a string. The master puppeteer has worked with Disney, Elvis, and Leno, but his most precious achievement…
Try not to miss anything by Circle X Theatre Co., which recently arrived at the Atwater Village Theatre complex after two decades of bouncing around town
Dear Diary: Mortified live is the coolest touring storytelling show in L.A. Performers share embarrassing childhood relics—journals, art, song lyrics—in front of a live audience
The Geffen Playhouse at the center of Westwood Village has played a key role in Los Angeles theater since 1995…
The Luckman Fine Arts Complex is defined by its four venues; Luckman Theatre, Street of the Arts, The Gallery, and Luckman Intimate Theatre.
Neighborhood: South San Gabriel
Once a month between October and May, the Pasadena Symphony’s Musical Circus rolls into the stately Pasadena Civic Auditorium…
Some of L.A.’s most entertaining and economical theater flourishes in 99-seat venues.
Neighborhood: East Hollywood
The audience at Storybook Theatre is known to get into the act, which keeps young playgoers engaged…
Listeners of the thrilling adventure hour—an homage to and spoof of serialized radio dramas—already know characters like the alcohol-infused mediums Frank and Sadie Doyle (Paul F. Tompkins and Paget Brewster) and lawman Sparks Nevada (Marc Evan Jackson), who patrols Mars for outlaws. Attend the recording sessions, which are held at Largo at the Coronet, and […]