Amy Brenneman talks about her new projects, "Rapture, Blister, Burn," at the Geffen Playhouse and "The Leftovers" pilot for HBO and shares her secrets for creating strong characters on stage and on screen.
The Geffen Playhouse
“Dawson’s Creek” heartthrob James Van Der Beek has moved out of “Apartment 23” and back onto the stage. He began his professional acting career as a teen in New York City and is now returning to his theater roots in “The Gift,” by Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith.
Donald Margulies’ heartwarming and hilarious “Coney Island Christmas,” at Geffen Playhouse, could help heal a troubled world with a dollop of truth and a sleigh load of humor.
Forget the old adage that Los Angeles theater is a dead end; with Rogue Machine and Geffen Playhouse leading the charge, it’s alive, and well, and transferring to NYC.
Freddy Rodriguez talks about returning to the stage in David Mamet's "American Buffalo" and offers strategies for maintaining a long acting career.
Phyllis Schuringa talks about listening to Beatles songs all day and finding the perfect role for Georgia Dolenz in "These Paper Bullets" at the Geffen Playhouse.
Celebration Theatre and Center Theatre Group battled it out for top honors at Monday night's Ovation Awards in L.A.
Thomas Sadoski grunges up smartly in Michael Golamco’s predictable—if technologically intriguing—“Build,” a tale of friendship and priorities at the Geffen Playhouse.
Geffen Playhouse casting director Phyllis Schuringa shares how she brought together a believable Irish cast for "The Night Alive" and offers advice for audition preparation.
Chris Mulkey as a boor-turned-sage and Kathy Baker as his new horizons–seeking wife are better than their material in Joanna Murray-Smith’s “The Gift,” at the Geffen Playhouse.