Guess what? Those tiny waiver houses doing great work? Casting directors are probably in the audience.
As 2013 commences, Backstage continues its tradition of eschewing a list of the top 10 shows of the past year in favor of a salute to actors. Not the “best,” not the “most,” not ranked in any order—simply performances so outstanding that Backstage’s reviewers wish to salute them.
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.
This world premiere musical about Japanese internment during World War II features George Takei and Lea Salonga in a cast of talented performers.
Ever since singer Sophie B. Hawkins broke through with her 1992 hit “Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover,” fans and critics have been comparing her to the late Janis Joplin.
Company cut out of nominations fires back at L.A. STAGE Alliance’s definition of an original production.
The Pasadena Playhouse is accepting submissions for roles in its upcoming Hothouse staged readings series.
L.A.'s Theatre West turns to fundraising to increase the number of productions in its season.
Upcoming forum “Why Not Asian? Why Asian?” will discuss race politics as they relate to under-represented Asian-American actors in L.A. theater productions.
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.