Get a Behind the Scenes Look at California Adventure’s New Frozen Live Show

After 13 years, Aladdin has moved out and Elsa and Anna have moved in

Curtain Call: Director Bill Condon Tackles His First Musical—On Stage

"I learned it’s just as hard to get a musical on stage as it is a movie in a theater."

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
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Yuval Sharon Ends a Three-Year L.A. Phil Tenure with ATLAS, His Most Ambitious Project Yet

The MacArthur Genius transports Meredith Monk’s nearly wordless opera through time and space

Curtain Call: Director Art Manke on his Seventh Noël Coward Production

"Everyone assumes that I have consciously chosen to do all these plays, but in many cases the plays have come to me."

Bringing the Communal Spirit of Dance From the Kibbutz to Beverly Hills

Rami Be’er’s big, bold If At All comes to the Wallis

Great Balls of Fire! Tom Gun Live Has Extended Its Run

I feel the need, the need for audience participation theater

For Jazz Pianist Jason Moran, the Future of Jazz Includes Fats Waller

Putting together a dance party is one way to introduce new generations to the genre

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

Curtain Call: Bojana Novakovic Goes on a New Blind Date Every Week And We Get to Watch

"I can have fun being tortured and torturing another."