In "River," Rabe returns to Phil (Paul Guilfoyle), a loser who died a suicide in "Hurlyburly" and one of the sorrier members of that play's fraternity of Hollywood fringe grunge. This play is set…
Playwright John Patrick Shanley tackles masculinity, mythology and the millennium in this West Coast preem, which features fine ensemble acting and sharp directing by Jules Aaron.
Joan Stein, who produced the long-running legiter "Love Letters" in L.A. and is currently producing "Ruthless! The Musical" here, is prepping a feature film with director Martha Coolidge.
Sayonara" is a new musical that feels dated upon arrival. By staying all too faithful to its source material -- a James Michener novel from the 1950s -- this 1990s work saddles itself with the musty…
"Hello Again," Michael John LaChiusa's elegant daisy-chain of a musical, is a promise fulfilled. The author's earlier works -- from his compositions for "Bella, Belle of Byelorussia" to last month's…
First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and Disney Studios chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg were honorees of the seventh annual AIDS Project L.A. fundraiser. Event alternated speeches with dance and musical…
Stephanie Vlahos, mezzo-soprano with the Los Angeles Music Center Opera, has been moonlighting for the last couple of years with programs of international pop music, notably French cabaret songs (in…
CBS chairman Laurence Tisch and his wife Billie will be honored by the United Jewish Appeal-Federation of New York Monday at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York. Vice President Al Gore will be the…
Christopher Plummer and Jason Robards are the draw in the Roundabout's elegant revival of Harold Pinter's study of two aging writers, one prosperous, the other a foolish but ennobled failure. They're…
Give Toronto's I Mother Earth credit for one thing: The band is ambitious.