There's little to add about Evening C of Showtime's Act One festival that hasn't already been lauded of the first two nights. Five more mean-streets shorts enjoy stellar casting and direction, but…
Speed and unquestionable technique, the hallmarks of Gonzalo Rubalcaba's five-album career at Blue Note, were in abundance at Wadsworth Theatre during the Cuban pianist's second concert in the U.S…
Time has not been kind to David Lee Roth.
Beethoven on Wednesday, Bugs Bunny on Friday: One needs no better proof of the power of the Hollywood Bowl to be all things to all people. The surviving bits of Deco design -- the orchestral shell…
Like the heroine of her new play, Theresa Rebeck earned a doctorate in literature and went to Hollywood in search of a big paycheck, only to discover that everyone else was there for the same reason…
The central design image of David Mamet's new play "The Cryptogram" is a staircase leading up into the ether -- which is where the play itself is likely to remain for many spectators.
If you ask around the music industry, you won't find anyone who doesn't love the Smithereens.
The intense and well-designed production of Paul Gillette's "Red River Rats" catches eight former Vietnam Air Force officers during a reunion at a bar about 20 years after they had been prisoners of…
Bruce Graham's "Minor Demons" is so issue-fraught, offering such a bevy of angst-inspiring conflicts, that the audience has difficulty connecting with them. The piece isn't inaccessible, but viewers…
OJ. Simpson's dramatic chase and capture fell directly in the middle of Melissa Etheridge's show at the Greek Theatre, leaving the audience torn over which show to watch.