Female superheroes fight for love against Doctor X in Adam Szymkowicz’s “Hearts Like Fists,” a fun, athletic, but overlong comic book of a play from Flux Theatre Ensemble.
“Of Mice and Men,” John Steinbeck’s classic portrait of human loneliness among Depression-era ranch workers, receives a moving production from the Acting Company.
Stephanie J. Block chatted about "The Mystery of Edwin Drood," and her experience doing shows like "Wicked" and "The Boy From Oz."
“Let’s Kill Grandma This Christmas,” Brian Gianci’s “twisted new comedy,” offers tantalizing hints of depth but traffics mostly in one-note characters and tasteless yuks.
“Sherlock’s Last Case,” Charles Marowitz’s 1984 spoof of Arthur Conan Doyle’s iconic detective Sherlock Holmes, proves a wobbly vehicle in the Group Rep’s underpowered production.
Tourists continue to flock to Broadway productions in record numbers, according to a new report released by the Broadway League.
Tony-award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell calls Philip Seymour Hoffman's performance in, "Death of a Salesman," 'brilliant.'
David Mamet’s “The Anarchist,” starring Patti LuPone and Debra Winger, takes a potentially juicy situation and drains it of all humanity and drama in a mere 60 minutes.
Stuart Ross’ “Plaid Tidings,” at Laguna Playhouse, an ingenious rehash of “Forever Plaid,” has solid-gold musical content combined with wearyingly innocuous comedic material.
L.A.'s Latino Theater Company is one of the recipients of a National Endowment of the Arts' Art Grants this year.