Terry Johnson’s flawed 2000 stage adaptation of “The Graduate,” based on Charles Webb’s 1963 novel and Mike Nichols’ 1967 film version, misses the mark at Long Beach Playhouse.
Center Theatre Group’s production of “November,” David Mamet’s 2007 political satire, is awfully harmless. Felicity Huffman shines, but Ed Begley Jr. lacks the needed manic danger.
Stephanie J. Block chatted about "The Mystery of Edwin Drood," and her experience doing shows like "Wicked" and "The Boy From Oz."
Rogue Artists Ensemble has pulled out all of the design stops for “Songs of Bilitis,” a muddled pastiche of words, imagery, music, and movement at Bootleg Theater short on story.
VS. Theatre Company takes over the former site of the Black Dahlia Theatre.
From the moment the lights come up, the true stories of falsely convicted death row victims tear at your heart strings. A brilliant cast and director Bob Balaban's beautifully conceived production make you forget this is a staged reading.
America Ferrera dominates the stage in Laura Marks’ “Bethany,” a dark comedy of social commentary at Women’s Project Theater that poses intriguing questions but never quite convinces.
In an admirable effort to help reduce the stigma of being different, Casa 0101’s 2nd Annual Brown and Out Festival features 11 original short plays celebrating L.A.’s Latino LGBTQ population, but with mixed results.
Inspired by a Luigi Pirandello short story, this intense, heavily atmospheric, multi-media theater art installation powerfully conveys the traumatic effects of working in a Sicilian sulfur mine.
Broadway actors Mo Brady and Nikka Graff Lanzarone share about their new podcast, The Ensemblist.