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January 01, 1990 - January 03, 2013 + Opening the Curtain
Anthony Byrnes on the production of Boston Court Theatre's production of Michael Elyanow's Medea, as told through the eyes of children...
The Cornerstone Theater's latest production is produced in partnership with Father Greg Boyle and the Home Girl Cafe, which trains former gang members to run...
Anthony Byrnes recalls Anna Deveare Smith's one-woman show "Twilight: Los Angeles 1992" and the role of theater in the civic dialogue of the city.
Anthony Byrnes on Mikhail Baryshnikov in a chronicle of the painful and awkward moments that precede love.
Anthony Byrnes on the history of the Internet, privacy in the Age of Google, and the mystical thinking of philosopher Martin Buber in Matt McCray's...
How do you make the familiar come to life as if for the first time? Anthony Byrnes on the blessing and the curse of Samuel...
Anthony Byrnes on Mike Schlitt's Jesus Ride, which he says plays "like a great dinner party story that just happens to have video all cued...
Wouldn't it be exciting if LA theater reflected that diversity and spoke the same languages as its people?
The Theater Movement Bazaar and the evolution of two artists who have committed to making ensemble theater in Los Angeles...
We go on a journey through time with El pasado es un animal grotesco ("The past is a grotesque animal"), which is up at REDCAT...
Anthony Byrnes on the LATC production of Miguel Piñero's Short Eyes, his love of language and unapologetic view of life behind bars.
Anthony Byrnes weighs in on two landmark plays, inspired by the same Chicago home, but written 50 years apart.
"It's all about the eggs," says Anthony Byrnes, about A Raisin in the Sun, at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, and Our Town, at the Broad...
Anthony Byrnes talks with actress Helen Hunt and David Cromer about their production of Our Town, now at the Broad Stage.
Anthony Byrnes muses on Neil LaBute's Filthy Talk for Troubled Times.