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January 01, 1990 - January 20, 2013 + Opening the Curtain
Now typically when I talk about the ephemeral quality of theater, it’s something I’m celebrating. It’s part of what makes theater so magical and essential....
It’s been a tough couple of years, a sort of family recession for Nora. Looking back, it all started when her husband left his job. ...
Anthony reflects on ten plays that made LA's life richer in 2012.
Take a break from the holiday chaos and treat yourself to the Fiasco Theater Company's production of Shakespeare's "Cymbaline" at the Broad Stage.
Nothing brings out family dysfunction quite like the holidays, does it? That's where Jon Robbin Baitz's play, "Other Desert Cities," at the Mark Taper Forum...
Remember the last time you fell in love with a really good book?
Take the best tunes from a director who turns out films with great soundtracks, cast talented singers with great pipes and you've got Rockwell's "For...
A quirky, beautifully acted dark comedy set in the break room of a craft supply store - the Hobby Lobby. The twist is a new...
When's the last time you saw a musical about torture? The world premiere of "Bad Apples" is a disturbing but powerful look at the Abu...
Playwright Stephen Yockey take’s a classic fairytale, gives it a modern spin and adds a helping of lust...
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...