Darrell Sandeen, an actor whose career spanned Broadway, TV and movies, including more than 80 musical theater productions, died Jan. 26 in Los Angeles after suffering a fall which resulted in a…
Trust is key as deaf and hearing performers bring together signing hands with singing voices in the Center Theater Group and Deaf West Theater's "Pippin," which opened Sunday at the Mark Taper Forum.
Being cast in "The School of Night" sent the actors scurrying to the library and Google, confessed Gregory Wooddell, who plays Christopher Marlowe in the American preem of Peter Whelan's political…
A "rock show with a great story" about 19th century German teens is drawing a new young demographic of "hormonically charged" auds to see "Spring Awakening," said cast member Kyle Riabko.
Broadway-bound "9 to 5: The Musical" morphed into a Dolly Parton sing-along opening night at the Ahmanson Theater as show's composer-lyricist led the aud in the title song while technicians fixed the…
Opening Night at the Hollywood Bowl was hot in more ways than one, as Los Angeles temps soared to triple digits Friday while a sold-out crowd welcomed three new inductees to the Bowl Hall of Fame…
Bringing the National Theater of Great Britain's "My Fair Lady" across the Pond meant embracing the energies of a new, American cast, Shaun Kerrison, who redirected the Lerner and Loewe tuner for its…
Opening night for "The Color Purple" at the Ahmanson Theater on Sunday brought out a rainbow of emotions.
Ed Croft, who joined NBC in 1964 and rose to be become a field producer for NBC Nightly News covering world events from the War in the Balkans to the O.J. Simpson trial, died April 13 of…
Bruce Davison is set to join S. Epatha Merkerson in the Center Theater Group's "Come Back, Little Sheba" as a couple trapped in a hapless, 25-year marriage -- that's now an interracial marriage as…