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There’s No Way a Movie Version of Cats Can Live Up to the Experience of Seeing it Live

So many leg warmers, so much talent on stage at the Pantages

In the Era of Uber, August Wilson’s Drama About Jitney Drivers Still Strikes a Chord

“Such timeliness speaks to why it’s important that we take a moment to see the world through somebody else’s eyes”

A Play With (Mostly) No Dialogue Still Communicates the Weirdness of Silent Retreats

Bess Wohl's critical hit, Small Mouth Sounds, makes its way from New York to the Broad Stage

A Long-Dead L.A. Magician Is Bringing Angelenos Together to Solve a Puzzle

This elaborate, immersive storytelling game is a nod to L.A.'s magic heritage

A Chat with Dick Cavett

The former talk show host on being friends with Groucho Marx and pissing off a literary lioness

Here Are the 12 Best Things to Do in L.A. in May

Your guide to the month’s can’t-miss events in and around L.A.

This Historic Theater Will Be Reborn as a New Hub for L.A. Comedy

Backed by a respected comedy scene vet, the project is no joke
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Q&A with So You Think You Can Dance Favorite Travis Wall

On tour with his dance company Shaping Sound, the choreographer talks about his upcoming show, his crazy dreams, and whether he prefers choreographing on men or women
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From Comedians to Actors, L.A. Performers Are Figuring Out Life without a Stage

As COVID-19 shutters venues and cancels gigs, the people who depend on a live audience for their income are scrambling to make ends meet