The world premiere of the musical “The Black Suits” and Barry McGovern's critically acclaimed Beckett piece, “I'll Go On” will mark Center Theater Group's 10th anniversaryof the Kirk Douglas Theater…
Three Blighty hits and a couple of Broadway shows are on the bill for the Ahmanson's next season.
Martin Sheen will return to the stage in "The Subject Was Roses" 46 years after receiving a Tony nomination for his role as the son, this time as the father.
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