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See some boats outfitted with $50,000 of Christmas decorations, for one
From a screening of Grease in an outdoor vineyard to an East L.A. brewery tour to the season’s first haunted attraction
A Noise Within isn't going anywhere
Anouilh’s rendition of Antigone premiered in 1944 in Nazi-occupied Paris, lending a subtly rebellious spirit to the Sophocles tragedy. A new translation by Robertson Dean keeps the play current.
The musical standard “Mack the Knife” like you’ve never heard it before—in its original form
It's the play that outed Oscar Wilde and landed him behind bars
Playwright Sarah Ruhl was only 20 years old when her father died of cancer and she was 27 when she began writing Eurydice. Originally a poet, she reframes the Greek myth as an ode to her father, relying on strange, beautiful language to communicate the depths of her grief.