"Southern Discomfort" evolved out of my desire to explore a humorous, tragic, and honest vision of the South I grew up in and the fascinating people who inhabit it.
David Eric Davis and Sam Forman’s rock musical “F#%king Up Everything” stays safely within the realm of musical comedy but offers exuberant songs and a vibrant young cast.
Arthur Phillips’ problematic “The Tragedy of King Arthur by William Shakespeare,” from the Guerrilla Shakespeare Project, based on his own novel, posits the discovery of a lost work.
After a two-year hiatus Vampire Cowboys Theatre Company returns with “Geek!,” Crystal Skillman’s less-than-thrilling new play from Incubator Arts Project set at Dante’s Fire-Con.
“Spring Awakening,” Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik’s 2006 Tony-winning musical based on Frank Wedekind’s 1891 drama, gets a heartbreakingly honest production from La Mirada Theatre.
In an NT Live broadcast, Alan Bennett’s newest play, “People,” starring Frances de la Tour, is a screed against the commodification of Britain’s culture, history, and inhabitants.
We sat down with the talented actor for this week's cover story, and he shared some of his best learning experiences and advice for young actors.
In Doug Wright, Amanda Green, and Trey Anastasio’s “Hands on a Hardbody,” based on a 1997 documentary, the likes of Keith Carradine and Hunter Foster do what they can with little.
As Judy Garland in Peter Quilter’s “End of the Rainbow,” at the Ahmanson Theatre, Tracie Bennett eerily recalls the pain of the diva’s last days but misses her admirable qualities.
Peters and director Jerry Mitchell will be honored for their achievements and contributions to the theater community at the 79th Annual Drama League Awards ceremony in May.