Director Herbert Ross has reached a turning point in his career, making the leap from film and ballet production to the world of opera.
While concentrating on material from the '50s and '60s, both the Everly Brothers and Dion (DiMucci) showed that these Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame members still have much to offer contemporary…
The name Holly Hughes often connotes controversy. But this much-maligned performance artist is, surprisingly, a mild-mannered monologuist -- the most shocking aspect of her latest work, an amusing…
Review: 'Ann & Nancy Wilson; Melissa Etheridge; Rosie O'Donnell; Spinal Tap; Shawn Colvin; Gloria Steinem'
Thanks to the efficiently handled flow of top talent, this pro-choice benefit proved to be a living example of how such charity affairs should be handled.
The infamous falling chandelier in Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Phantom of the Opera" came all the way down Monday morning at the Ahmanson theater, with the show's producers richer by $ 155,379,066 after a…
Reviewed Aug. 27, 1993.
Will Rogers Follies" glistens with the addition of Mac Davis in the title role of the performer who became a hero by embodying the common man.
If there's a lesson to be learned from "Here," the new play by Michael Frayn, it's to beware of plays featuring lengthy debates about the word "inauthentic"-- especially when one character applies…
As "Phantom of the Opera" comes to a close this Sunday, early indications are that the Ahmanson will not see another open-ended run of a major show again.
Tommy Tune won a major legal victory Tuesday when an arbitrator dismissed a novice producer's claim that he'd breached an agreement to star in her production of a new Broadway musical.