Los Angeles theater actors in search of paid work and awards should discover their love of musicals.
Ever dream of sitting down at Freddy’s for some ribs with Frank Underwood? That dream could come true for two lucky “House of Cards” fans thanks to the Old Vic and the Geffen Playhouse.
Whether they’re commissioning original work from big-time playwrights such as Neil LaBute and Donald Margulies or hosting the L.A. premiere of new plays, the Geffen Playhouse offers actors meaty roles.
The Barbara Stanwyck retrospective at Film Forum; Bette Midler in “I’ll Eat You Last” at the Geffen Playhouse; Fiona Shaw in “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”; “Mary Poppins” on Blu-ray; and a panel at Film Independent on navigating Sundance and Slamdance are what we’re looking forward to ...
“Wait Until Dark” at the Geffen Playhouse; the last chance to see Cicely Tyson in “The Trip to Bountiful”; “PaleyFest: Made in NY”; the premieres of “Witches of East End” and “American Horror Story: Coven”; and a special screening of “Escape From Tomorrow” are what we’re looking forward to ...
Michael McKean talks about keeping your career fresh and playing the Prime Minister in "Yes, Prime Minister" at the Geffen Playhouse.
Logan Marshall-Green talks about playing a role he's longed to play in "Miss Julie," and offers advice for staying vital as an actor.
“Nothing to Hide,” Derek DelGaudio and Helder Guimarães’ evening of sleight of hand, directed by Neil Patrick Harris in a world premiere at the Geffen Playhouse, is astounding.
With a stellar Sanaa Lathan in the title role, the L.A. premiere of “By the Way, Meet Vera Stark,” Lynn Nottage’s satire of racial identity in the Hollywood studio system, is an enjoyable fusion of comedy and comment, at least until polemic overtakes the proceedings.