Leonard Nimoy’s Legacy in the Los Angeles Art World

The death of the photographer and philanthropist leaves a black hole in his adopted hometown

Curtain Call: What Marvin Hamlisch Did for Love

"Marvin would be in traffic and a car would screech. He would hear the exact note."
Matilda The Musical

Opening Night: Matilda The Musical

The audience cried, cheered, and had to take a lot of potty breaks

Curtain Call: 28 Years Later Director John Tillinger Returns to L.A. With Another Joe Orton Play

Is a 50-year-old farce even more relevant today than when it was written?

Alan Mandell Will Finish His Stage Career the Way He Started It: with a Performance of Endgame

The 88-year-old actor first acted in Samuel Beckett's play nearly 50 years ago—and Beckett watched him do it
For the Record: BAZ

There’s Plenty of Nostalgia, Love, and Dancing in For the Record: BAZ

Baz Luhrmann's movies get a cabaret-style musical mashup that keeps dancers on their toes

Curtain Call: Angela Lansbury’s Triumphant Return to L.A.

In Blithe Spirit, the 89-year-old actress reprises her Tony Award winning role at the Ahmanson Theatre

See the Curtain Rise on Craig Byrd

Our Curtain Call columnist takes the stage for a talk about "An Iliad"

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