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January 01, 1990 - March 17, 2013 + Opening the Curtain
"Tribes" is a complicated play about language, meaning, listening and deafness whose tragedy is one of unrealized promise, of not taking the next step in...
Calling Cavalia's "Odysseo" a horse circus doesn't quite do it justice. Think Cirque du Soleil meets equestrian event.
While death is the catalyst for the play, at its heart "Walking a Tightrope" is sweet tale of a grandfather trying his best and a...
Playwright Gary Lennon’s new play, "A Family Thing," at the Echo Theater Company, features people showcasing the dark side of themselves, a sort of wish...
It's easy to see what attracted Boston Court Theater to playwright David Wiener's play, "Cassiopeia."
This is Anthony Byrnes Opening the Curtain on LA Theater for KCRW. I can't imagine Los Angeles without KCRW. Can you?
The company that created "Ganesh versus the Third Reich" is, in their own words, "a company driven by an ensemble of…actors perceived to have intellectual...
Anthony Byrnes reviews Theatre Movement Bazaar's latest piece, "Track 3," which tackles Chekhov’s "Three Sisters."
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...