Drama is one of the most bracingly intelligent, sizzlingly theatrical American plays in a decade.
Betty Joan Perske developed "The Look," she said, out of first-day nervousness on the set of "To Have and Have Not."
They called him "the Prince of Darkness" for his propensity for low-level lighting.
Most adolescents believe they're unique and more interesting than everybody else, and the precocious Belgians of performance group Ontroerend Goed are no exception as they demand, "Once and for All…
Coming into its 13th year, the Hollywood Film Festival wasn't at all superstitious. Organizers confidently supplemented its annual array of features, shorts, docs and animation with a brand new…
A wholesome tuner in tune with the times, bolstered by winsome melodies.
The dense, textured script is no cakewalk.
Adapter/director Doug Wright dispels all library mustiness from "Creditors."
South Coast Repertory finds a little gem in Julie Marie Myatt's "The Happy Ones."
"Parade" must be accounted, by any standard, Southern California's production of the year.
The Old Globe's tuner is a fumbled rehab effort, though Babatunde gives a taste of the genius.