Cole Porter's "Anything Goes" has sailed into the Ahmanson Theater, its physical production a nearly exact art deco replica of what theatergoers recently enjoyed on Broadway.
Christopher Carter Sanderson
Figures for Broadway's box office and attendance were still a bit storm-tossed in the first full frame (Nov. 5-11) after Sandy.
Just as "Waiting for Godot," a play about boredom, should never feel boring, so "Uncle Vanya," a play about people in stasis, should never be static.
It's been an active year for Sonia Friedman, one of legit's busiest transatlantic producers. The London-based impresario shepherded Broadway transfers of West End offerings "La Bete," "Arcadia" and…
A staple of the opera repertory that simply deserves a new look.
L.A. Opera opens the season with a premiere cannily and effectively aimed right at mainstream auds.
The follow-up to her hit "Art," Yasmina Reza's "The Unexpected Man" received an underwhelming response in New York, which makes it a bit unexpected that the production is so enjoyable. Christopher…