Supporting their newest Columbia "Dulcinea," Toad the Wet Sprocket packed in a youthful, mostly under 20 crowd at Fairfax High auditorium. Their impressive set certainly had the audience leaving the…
As critic Clive Barnes recently pointed out, the time when producers could afford to let long runs go flabby in the casting and stage management have long since gone the way of the $15 orchestra…
Milla Jovovich's performance behind her SBK debut album "Divine Comedy" blatantly flaunted her training as a professional model and actress ("Chaplin, ""Return to the Blue Lagoon,""Dazed and…
"Kiss of the Spider Woman" still has its disappointments, but Vanessa Williams isn't one of them. The pop singer makes an alluring Spider Woman, in some ways more than matching the role's originator…
Though it may have come as a shock to his legions of swooning fans, Harry Connick Jr. went hip-deep into funk at the Hollywood Bowl, leaving the ersatz-Sinatra-cabaret stuff largely behind. And as…
It looks like a taste of success has gone to Chris Isaak's head.
Alan Jackson demonstrated why he is currently country music's top dog in an overcrowded pack by delivering a perfectly paced, solid performance at the Greek Theater.
La Jolla Playhouse's extraordinary synergy with Bertolt Brecht continues with this superlative presentation of "The Good Person of Setzuan," with Lisa Peterson demonstrating why the playwright…
Riveting stories of murder, obsession and passion dominate the news these days. And now there's another one, "Therese Raquin," searing the stage at La Jolla Playhouse's Mandell Weiss Forum.
Reviewed July 30, 1994.