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

Cirque Du Soleil’s New Kurios Show Is Spectacular

The Canadian circus goes Steampunk in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium

A Pretty Genius Spoof of Hamilton Is Finally Coming to L.A.

Gerard Alessandrini is basically the Weird Al of Broadway

10 Fun Things To Do This Weekend, 2/19

Watch the best winter athletes soar off a 16-story jump at Air + Style or catch Josh Radnor and Dion Flynn’s comedy act
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Curtain Call: Eric Idle Celebrates the 10th Anniversary of Monty Python’s Spamalot

His Tony Award winning musical gets three performances at the Hollywood Bowl

Curtain Call: Evaluating the Bourne Identity After 25 Years

Director and choreographer Matthew Bourne takes a stab at "Sleeping Beauty."

I Love/Hated Love Actually Live, Actually

A problematic holiday cult classic you hate to love has become a problematic live show you can love to hate

For Theatre Fans, Rick McKay’s Second Broadway Documentary Is as Big as Star Wars

Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age features rare archival footage, interviews, and more