L.A. audiences love "Les Miserables," so much so that the Jan. 17 6.6 quake that devastasted so much of the area did not veer audiences from setting new house records in Pasadena.
Bill Irwin and David Shiner bring their inspired lunacy to Los Angeles just in time to make this town forget last week's wall-rattler. "Fool Moon" pushes the envelope of physical comedy in this…
The directors of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts on Monday unanimously elected former diva Beverly Sills to succeed George Weissman as chairman in June.
Tom Noonan pulls off a considerable literary feat with a dissection of two marriages in which the playwright and actor pays homage to his obvious influences -- a diverse group that includes Edward…
The Five Lesbian Brothers have built promisingly on the anarchic new lesbian theater strains forged in the '80s by Holly Hughes, Split Britches and other WOW Cafe Theater alumni. Funny, pointed and…
"The Illusion" offers a glimpse of Tony Kushner pre-"Angels in America," with an assist, to be sure, from the 17th-century French lawyer-turned-playwright Pierre Corneille. Unlike Kushner's other…
This pre-Broadway tour should make lots of money thanks to a strong cast, tight direction, and an audience of baby boomers eager to revisit the '70s version of teen life in the '50s. Perhaps…
Making a welcome American directing debut, Royal Shakespeare Company regular Mark Rylance offers an "As You Like It" that would no doubt please the play's dark-humored soul, Jacques. A more…
While New York shivered and Los Angeles shook, Irene Worth took over the Public Theater's intimate Shiva Theater for an aptly intimate tour through the memoirs of Edith Wharton, seasoned throughout…