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.
After 20 years, the Theatre Alliance calls it quits and spreads out its programs to the Walnut Street and Wilma theaters.
Gary Cole relives seeing Michael Shannon and Paul Dillon perform in "Killer Joe."
Casting begins this week in New York for a new musical based on the life and music of Tupac Shakur, directed by Kenny Leon.
What happens for actors when they transfer with a show to or from Broadway? Could there be salary raises or cuts? Could they be replaced by a “star”? Are they considered differently during awards season? The answer is yes.
The star of Broadway's "Venus in Fur" and the new film "Hysteria" shares his worst audition experience and why a film career caught him by surprise.
Steve Yockey’s “Wolves,” at Celebration Theatre, promises thrills and chills and lots of blood but leaves you wondering in more ways than one who is going to clean up the mess.
Jonathan Cake’s Benedick emerges victorious in the amorous skirmishes of Theatre for a New Audience’s handsome but unbalanced rendering of Shakespeare‘s “Much Ado About Nothing.”
Charlotte Jones’ tricky 1997 two-character play, “Airswimming,” at the Irish Repertory Theatre, is a small but sparkling gem that gleams with charm, anger, comedy, and sadness.
Dynamic design choices energize Leslie Bricusse and Frank Wildhorn’s musical “Jekyll & Hyde,” but story is second to spectacle due to the overly amped pop-concert approach.