There's much enchantment in Christopher Ashley's midsummer production at La Jolla Playhouse.
The farce at the Odyssey remains inert and painfully unfunny, a rare misstep for our wickedest local savager of contemporary mores.
Regardless of whoever waltzes off with the choreography Emmy, it'll be a tribute to grace under pressure. All nine nominated routines created beauty despite the constraints of time, diverse styles…
Docudrama ecapitulates in shocking detail the 1995 liberation of 72 Thai garment workers.
Who is Mary Stout? Ever heard of "Henry, Sweet Henry"? How about "Bagels and Yox"?
Don't let anyone even whisper to you the plot twists of "The Lieutenant of Inishmore."
You can't take your eyes off Thurgood Marshall -- that is, Laurence Fishburne; the two men merge.
Hankering for leggy showgirls, recorded New Age music and a vaguely pretentious storyline?
Miles Anderson steps assuredly into the late Nigel Hawthorne's signature role.
The surf report on "Surf Report" comes right out of a coast watch broadcast from its first act: "Buzzkill alert: It's flat as a Brownie troop out there."
This is one of those Celtic yarns in which people keep saying "shite" and "feck" for shock value.