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Using minstrels to tell the true story of nine black men falsely accused of rape, the bawdy satire marks the final act in a career that courted controversy.
The pioneering color-blind theater company mounts the brilliant but difficult musical, Chess.
Huraclown headlines season of tragedies at 24th Street Theatre
In the era of souped-up home entertainment systems and multi-screen megaplexes it's nice to know you can still find a drive-in theater in the heart of downtown Los Angeles – at least until April 6.
John Eng and Adriene Biondo have been documenting their road trips into obscure corners of California for years. Here are some of their dispatches sent in from the road:
Tina Fey might have the market cornered on teenaged bitchery, but Alice Johnson Boher’s new show proves she has every other age range covered.
In 2005, Harold Pinter called Julian Sands to ask him a favor. What followed was a friendship and twilight apprenticeship with one of the world’s greatest playwrights.
If you want fame and fortune these days, write a musical. Seriously. But forget milquetoast Rodgers and Hammerstein fare. At the box office, and among the LA Drama Critics Circle, who announced their nominations earlier today, the shows leading the pack are edgy, snarky, or just downright weird.
The Pulitzer Prize winning food critic will hit the Kirk Douglas Theater stage in "A Christmas Carol: Twist Your Dickens!"