There is little new about the concept of "Old Business," written and directed by Joe Cacaci. The battles between youth and old age, success and failure, and pride and stubbornness are age-old…
Tracy Young's dark comic paean to women and their bodies, a hit in the group's 1992-93 season here, returns to the new Actors' Gang space with pointed, poignant verve.
Brazilian singer/songwriter Milton Nascimento didn't need any of his celebrated American guest collaborators to help him sell out the Wiltern Theater Saturday night; his local audience remains deep…
It was more like the KROQ Love-In, as 15,000 shiny, happy people helped make this second annual festival, which raised funds for Heal the Bay and AIDS Project L.A., a rousing, satisfying success.
World-famous apocryphal opera story: Tenor sings aria and audience rises as one, demanding "Encore! Encore!" Tenor obliges, audience responds with even greater frenzy -- "Encore! Encore!" After…
With no new disc to promote for this summer's cross-country jaunt, Los Lobos has chosen to showcase the talents of David Hidalgo. With his smooth tenor and a bank of instruments -- guitar, violin…
In light of all the superstar comeback tours that have enveloped the landscape recently, the low-key reunion mounted by Traffic, featuring remaining original members Steve Winwood and Jim Capaldi…
"The Visit" by contemporary Swiss playwright Friedrich Durenmatt is a comically macabre tale of betrayal, revenge and moral disintegration that served as a successful stage vehicle for Alfred Lunt…
The long-awaited new play by Luis Valdez is both a creative and messy retelling of the life of California bandit Tiburcio Vasquez, recalled as both a ruthless killer and defender of the then-Mexican…
The Meat Puppets are at a crossroads.