Opening Night: Angela Lansbury Dances Her Way Through Blithe Spirit

Want to guffaw and get chills simultaneously? Go to Blithe Spirit at the Ahmanson

Curtain Call: TV Good Guy Richard Thomas Tackles One of the Bard’s Most Villainous Characters

Don't cut off Iago in traffic; he'll follow you home and destroy your car

10 Fantastic Things to Do This Weekend in L.A., 1/29

The Taco Takedown and Aloe Blacc are coming to town, and you don’t want to miss out on either

The Music Center’s 50th Anniversary Spectacular

Condensing 50 years of art in one night made Edward James Olmos cry

Curtain Call: The Quotes That Got Away

Great comments that didn’t make the cut from some of our 2013 interviews

Curtain Call: Writer Bruce Joel Rubin Never Thought He Had a Ghost of a Chance of Working in Theater

The writer and director of "Ghost" went from being an usher at the Shubert Theatre to having a play on Broadway—and winning an Oscar

Curtain Call: Conductor Jeffrey Kahane Offers Up Beethoven With a Side of Greek Mythology

"Anyone who knows the first two symphonies knows something happened for Beethoven to write Symphony No. 3, which was totally unlike any symphony ever written"

Brief Encounter: Opening Night

Want to see something old yet very new? Pop by The Wallis for a spot of romance and ukulele in their production of Brief Encounter

Shaun of the Dead Is Playing at The Greek for One Night Only

The rom-zom-com is back on the big screen

Curtain Call: Director Sheldon Epps Rethinks “Twelve Angry Men”

The jury is out on his provocative casting choices for the production now showing at the Pasadena Playhouse