Curtain Call: An Invisible Opera in the Very Visible Union Station

Yuval Sharon on Invisible Cities: "My first thought was, ''This can’t work.'"

An Homage to A Chorus Line

Columnist Craig Byrd remembers the musical theater classic celebrating its 40th anniversary today

Opening Night: Into the Woods at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

It’s not every night the Mayor of Beverly Hills flaps around The Wallis like a bird

Boys Will Be BalletBoyz

The all-male troupe shows off muscles and moves at the Ahmanson Theatre this weekend

Classical Music and Surfer Films Come Together in a Screening of The Reef at Walt Disney Concert Hall

The Australian Chamber Orchestra’s Richard Tognetti discusses the unique pairing
Medea in East L.A.

The Getty Villa Presents Medea in East L.A.

The Fleischman Theater’s upcoming production Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles reimagines Euripides play as an L.A. story

Experimental Theater Company Wilderness Investigates the Meaning of Work

A conversation with the creators of The Day Shall Declare It reveals that work is not just about labor

A Streetcar Named Desire Is Now a Ballet, and You Can See It in L.A. This Weekend

Scottish Ballet brings the Pulitzer Prize-winning play to the Music Center
bob baker marionette theater

Bob Baker Marionette Theater Is Leaving Its Home of 55 Years

But the iconic puppet theater’s future is bright