Broadway up-and-comers Jay Armstrong Johnson (“Hands on a Hardbody”), Valisia LeKae (“Motown: the Musical”), Matthew James Thomas (“Pippin”), and Betsy Wolfe (“The Last Five Years”) share their stories.
Under director Sean Mathias’ eye playwright Richard Greenberg has adapted Truman Capote’s “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” for Broadway with remarkable fidelity—and that’s the problem.
For anyone old enough to remember the Queen, Pasadena Playhouse’s “One Night With Janis Joplin” will make the past 40-plus years melt like a grilled cheese sandwich in a microwave.
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.
In “For Love,” at the Irish Repertory Theatre, actor-playwright Laoisa Sexton chronicles the messy romantic lives of three Dublin women with raunchy wit and quirky details.
The company's new digital resource will assist theater companies and schools in selecting their next production.
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."
With a capable cast and an evocative staging, Strange Sun Theater’s “The Drowning Girls” breathes vivid life and cheeky humor into the true story of the Brides in the Bath Murders.
Third Rail Projects’ immersive “Then She Fell” is a feast for the senses and a catharsis for the heart, a brush between love and danger that satisfies without sacrificing titillation.
Donald Freed’s outstanding “Tomorrow,” from Skylight Theatre Company, Rogue Machine, and Britain’s York Theatre Royal, explores the mentor-mentee relationship among three actors.