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From Comedians to Actors, L.A. Performers Are Figuring Out Life without a Stage

As COVID-19 shutters venues and cancels gigs, the people who depend on a live audience for their income are scrambling to make ends meet
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Isabella Rossellini Is the Ringmaster of Her Own Circus

The model-actress-farmer's one-woman show that looks at the links between people and animals stops by L.A.
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A Musical Puppet Show Blames Michael Jackson’s Alleged Sex Abuse on a Glove-Shaped Alien

The show's creator claims it offers a ”fun way” to talk about the accusations of misconduct

In the Era of Uber, August Wilson’s Drama About Jitney Drivers Still Strikes a Chord

“Such timeliness speaks to why it’s important that we take a moment to see the world through somebody else’s eyes”
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Barbara Boxer Enlists Larry David, Billy Porter, and Other Stars for a Live Reading of the Mueller Report

The former California senator is raising PAC funds with 'You Can't Make This Sh*t Up!'
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Alan Turing Died by Poison Apple. Now His Life Has Become a Fairy Tale for the Stage

Invertigo Dance Theatre’s ’Formulae & Fairy Tales’ casts the codebreaker, mathematician, and father of the computer in a uniquely human light
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Why Broadway Legend Ben Vereen Hasn’t Watched Fosse/Verdon

The stage star of Jesus Chris Superstar, Pippin, and Sweet Charity-fame returns to Los Angeles for a two-day stand in Hollywood

How Lena Herzog Is Keeping the World’s Endangered Languages Alive

In the oratorio Last Whispers, Herzog—wife of director Werner—showcases languages on the brink of vanishing
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10 Years. Nearly 3,000 Shows. Countless “Fringeships”: A Decade of Hollywood Fringe

How the annual outré theater fest has transformed L.A.’s scene