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    Normalcy

    Bennett Windheim’s “Normalcy,” from Theatre East, is a thoughtful, generally well-acted look at the subject of transracial adoption written in the mold of an Ibsen problem play.

  • News

    L.A. Theater Casting Roundup

    Southland theaters including the Storybook Theatre at Theatre West, Colony Theatre, Center Theatre Group, Latino Theater Company, Eclectic Company Theatre, Open Fist, Theatre of Note, and more are filling their fall rosters.

  • Advice

    Watching My Words Come to Life

    Michelle Clunie, star of TV's "Queer as Folk" and "Make It or Break It," on the satisfaction of writing her own work, seeing actors bring her words to life on stage, and performing her own pieces. Clunie's new play, "Us," is now running in New York.

  • Advice

    5 Ways to Promote Your Play or Solo Show Through Facebook

    Here are five tips to market yourself using social media, and ensure that you get some of your Facebook followers to come out from behind their computer screens and join the audience at your live shows.

  • News

    David Lindsay-Abaire and Naomi Wallace Win 2012 Horton Foote Prize

    The 2012 Horton Foote Prize went to the plays "Good People" and "The Liquid Plain," it was announced Sept. 4.

  • Advice

    Staying Fresh and Alive With Theater for One

    Ana Margineanu, director of the recent “Hotel Project,” discusses the ways in which performers and spectators feed and replenish one another.

  • News

    Actors Tackle Parody and 11 o’clock Numbers in ‘Forbidden Broadway’

    Three years after it closed in New York, the long-running Off-Broadway revue “Forbidden Broadway” is making a comeback. The newest edition, which parodies past and present Broadway musicals, opens Sept. 6 for a limited run.

  • Reviews

    The Jungle Book

    Playwright and shadow-puppet designer Megan O’Brien’s adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s “The Jungle Book,” from Theatre East, is a charming 45 minutes of theater for all ages.

  • Reviews

    Methtacular!

    Writer-performer Steven Strafford’s “Methtacular!” breaks no new ground in the genre of drug-addiction narratives but still feels fresh and funny, thanks to his charming presence and musical comedy style.

  • Reviews

    The Changeling

    Director Dave Barton’s outstanding new adaptation of Thomas Middleton and William Rowleys’ 1622 tragedy “The Changeling,” at Long Beach Playhouse, proves accessible and timely.