A Comprehensive History of the New Beverly Cinema

The historic theater has a long and storied, but little known, history

Curtain Call: Playwright Josefina López Revisits Real Women Have Curves on Its 25th Anniversary

The Boyle Heights-set play is getting a new production at Pasadena Playhouse

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

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Cabaret, Straight from the Mouth of Composer John Kander

A series of fun facts to prepare you for the show's run at the Pantages

A Play With (Mostly) No Dialogue Still Communicates the Weirdness of Silent Retreats

Bess Wohl's critical hit, Small Mouth Sounds, makes its way from New York to the Broad Stage

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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Holland Taylor Dishes on the Role of a Lifetime and Celebrating Pride with Sarah Paulson

Taylor, who's played former Texas Governor Ann Richards on stage for the past decade, has thoughts about seeing a woman in the White House: “If you want something done, get a woman to do it"
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Bob Baker Marionette Theater Is Already Hosting Shows in Its New Highland Park Digs

Take a look inside before the inaugural performance on Saturday