Moliere's difficult comedy of sexual innocence and distress is beautifully presented in Jonathan Kent's production, which could serve as a virtual paradigm of the Almeida house style at its best…
The old song about the sidewalks of New York prompts the title of screenwriter Mary Agnes Donoghue's first play, set in Los Angeles TV-movie hell. This is the last, and far and away the least, of the…
Tinseltown eats its young in yet another jaded look at Hollywood life written from the inside. Fitfully amusing, but "Sunset Boulevard" or "A Star Is Born" it ain't.
The Minneapolis-based Theatre de la Jeune Lune took a major step forward last season with its acclaimed production of "Children of Paradise: Shooting a Dream, " the opening of its own theater, its…
The holiday season and the recent release of an album of '60s rock standards provide plenty of special material for Neil Diamond's tour, currently moored at the Great Western Forum. Add numerous…
Onstage, the Afghan Whigs doesn't stray far from the tightly knit, sharply delivered approach found on its records.
As L.A. witnessed the opening of his new musical based on a classic Hollywood film, Andrew Lloyd Webber said he is setting out to become a movie mogul himself.
Actor Jeff Daniels' third play for his hometown-based theater company is a comedy about vasectomy that cuts to the quick of the American male's '90s dilemmas. Hugely successful here (it's expected to…
Set, Shelley Barclay; costumes, Rita Ryack; lights, Brian Nason; sound, Bruce Ellman; production stage manager, Dianne DiVita. Artistic director, Meadow; managing director, Barry Grove. Opened…
Paul Rudnick's contemporary comedy "Jeffrey" will have its final performance at the Westwood Playhouse Sunday evening.