Curtain Call: The Star of “Dixie’s Tupperware Party” Talks World Peace and Whirled Peas

Mobile, Alabama’s finest export, Dixie Longate, tackles today’s most pressing issues

7 Awesome and Off-Beat Ways to Spend Your Weekend, 5/13

Queen Bey reigns at the Rose Bowl and Jason Voorhees will freak you out at the Griffith Park Old Zoo

Curtain Call: Lorenzo Pisoni Grows Up in the Circus and Reveals His “Humor Abuse”

“I’m not a clown. I’m portraying one in the play, but I don’t really consider myself a clown.”

The 16 Best Ways to Spend Your Weekend, 9/15

From a screening of Grease in an outdoor vineyard to an East L.A. brewery tour to the season’s first haunted attraction

The Play That Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Might Rule Against, Even Though He’s In It

Curtain Call: Director John Collins explains the odd origins of Arguendo, which is based on court transcripts

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

Fun Home Is Coming To L.A., and You Should Be Hamilton-Level Excited

Trust: buy tickets now before it's too late

Curtain Call: Winning a Tony is Not the Rest of Your Life

Sam Williams' new one-man show features the actor performing his famous monologue from A Chorus Line one last time

9 Totally Rad Things To Do in L.A. This Weekend, 4/6

Head to the L.A. Convention Center for RuPaul's DragCon or check out a local production of Dreamgirls

The Lord Cometh for the Limelight in An Act of God

The show opens at the Ahmanson January 30