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
Real Women Have Curves

Real Women Have Curves Kicks Off a New Season at the Pasadena Playhouse

The show is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year

Curtain Call: Broadway Baby Elaine Stritch is Still Here With The Ladies Who Lunch

Facing mortality and life in a Detroit suburb without fear of either

Curtain Call: Why is “Hair” at the Hollywood Bowl Bringing Adam Shankman to Tears?

Hint: The director and choreographer has only two weeks to let the sunshine in on the three-night production

This American Life’s Ira Glass Is Back in L.A., and He Brought Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host

Catch him in two performances Saturday, November 7 at the Ace Hotel

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

The Music Center’s 50th Anniversary Spectacular

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

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

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: 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"