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January 01, 1990 - August 22, 2013 + Opening the Curtain
KCRW theatre critic Anthony Byrnes on this year's ten outstanding productions in LA theatre.
When you think of the music and life of Fela Kuti, a broadway musical isn’t the first thing that comes to mind.
The Troubadour Theater Company works its unique brand of magic on 'A Christmas Story.'
Anthony Byrnes reviews The Night Watcher, which is up at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City through December 18.
What's the responsibility of a plot point? That's the question Anthony Byrnes asks after seeing Diana Son's Stop Kiss at the Lounge Theatre in Hollywood.
Anthony Byrnes on language, diversity and The Romance of Magno Rubio at [Inside] the Ford.
After 20 years, A Noise Within has already built something astounding: a home. Can they answer the tough questions the space asks about their art?
On its surface Hope: Part II of a Mexican Trilogy, by Evelina Fernandez, is a play about a Mexican-American nuclear family in the 1960's...
Playwright Gregory Moss' House of Gold begins with a challenge. The setting: a suburban Colorado kitchen. A husband sits at the breakfast table while his...
Tucked into the third floor of the Alexandria Hotel in downtown LA is the Company of Angels tiny, black box theater. There's something wonderfully disorienting...
The Dinosaur Within, by playwright John Walch at Boston Court in Pasadena, is built around paleontology and coincidence. Let's start with the Paleontology. What is...
Let's start with what works in Cirque du Soleil's $100 million spectacle Iris at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood...
It's late. We're a couple of bottles of rose into a dinner at Ella and Peter's beautiful woodsy place outside of the city - no,...
Trojan Women, written by Euripedes 2,400 years ago, is one of the most brutal, unrelenting anti-war plays ever created. The play takes place among the...