Michael McKean talks about keeping your career fresh and playing the Prime Minister in "Yes, Prime Minister" at the Geffen Playhouse.
Ben Hill founded the Hollywood Fringe Festival (and designed the website), which runs June 5–30 (including previews) at venues around Hollywood.
Rattlestick wants to become a permanent fixture in the community, Talbott said, and not just be “a New York company being a transplant out here.”
Zayd Dohrn’s play, enjoying its West Coast premiere at L.A.’s Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company, challenges cast and audience alike on illegal immigration.
Musicals "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson," "Nine," "Chicago," and others will be holding auditions in L.A. over the coming weeks.
Local casting directors say there’s an easy way for Los Angeles actors to land theater roles this summer: Attend an open Equity casting call.
The LA Stage Alliance, a non-profit arts group, is close to fully funding a community center that includes storage space, a lounge with free coffee, and Wi-Fi.
The West Coast branch of the famed “way station for people with big dreams” opened its doors Feb. 26. Ryan O’Connor, its artistic director, resigned effective March 12.
Hosted by actor French Stewart, the 44th annual Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle handed out awards to the best of L.A. theater, lavishing love on a revival of "Waiting for Godot" and "War Horse."
New York’s cabaret venue Don’t Tell Mama has opened up its first new location in 30 years in Los Angeles and is holding auditions for singing waiters and bartenders.