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January 01, 1990 - February 08, 2013 + Opening the Curtain
Anthony Byrnes on the bittersweet joys of memory and John Hurt's performance in Samuel Beckett masterpiece, "Krapp's Last Tape," at the Kirk Douglas Theater.
Anthony Byrnes calls the Studium Teatralne's American premiere of "The King of Hearts Is Off Again" at the Odyssey Theatre a rare moment in theater.
The myth of Orpheus and Eurydice becomes the backbone for Sarah Ruhl's 'Eurydice,' a story of love and about the inevitable act of letting go...
Anthony Byrnes on Chuck Mee's ethos, his [re]making project, and the wonderful 'pillaging' in his "Orestes 3.0:Inferno," a world premiere at City Garage.
Anthony Byrnes on The Book of Mormon and the secrets to making a musical in the 21st century.
Chalk Repertory Theatre pairs up with the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits and does site-specific 10-minute plays in the museum, at night,...
Anthony Byrnes says LA's upcoming theater season offers a rich menu of productions, including a seven hour production of...
Anthony Byrnes on a hipster magic show at the Kirk Douglas Theater that answers the age old question, what do you get when you mix...
At the heart of the play “Red”, two men stand before a massive canvas. It’s center stage in Mark Rothko’s cavernous studio. The blank...
Whether we like it or not, Rodney King looms as a mythic and complicated figure in Los Angeles history. In the words of Roger Guenveur...
What’s the difference between farce and satire?
If you're looking for a traditional MacBeth look elsewhere. If you want a 50-minute darkly sexual, inappropriately funny, thrill ride, don't miss this one.
Anthony Byrnes on the theater version of "The Exorcist," currently up at the Geffen Playhouse.
Anthony Byrnes on a simple 'boy and his horse' story and the theatrical magic created by the National Theatre of Great Britain and the Handspring...
Anthony Byrnes poses the question, "Does LA really need a fringe festival in the first place?"