It's not often one finds a 60-year-old play that's as timely as tonight's CNN News. But Theatre 40 has discovered such a gem in Maxwell Anderson's "Both Your Houses," a bitter, cynical drama about…
The timeliness of life-threatening diseases as the subject of a dramatic work is unquestionable. In light of the multitude of plays and movies relating to this sensitive topic, the treatment and…
All hit musicals are like one another; each flop flops in its own way.
Singer-songwriter Holly Near, whose past L.A performances have been one-night stands, is here granted a six-week run. It looks like a concert and it sounds like a concert, but Near calls it a play…
In spite of some fine performances by this sincere ensemble, it's not difficult to see why Clifford Odets' Depression-era romantic comedy/drama rarely finds its way to the boards. The dated material…
Nick Cave, looking like an emaciated Neil Young and sounding like a cross between Jim Morrison and Harry Chapin, barreled through a ferociously paced set at the Roxy Monday.
The Colony Studio Theatre has mounted a glorious production of "Candide," but , despite Leonard Bernstein's quirky, sometimes brilliant score, Hugh Wheeler's book is a thudding bore. But this…
When a band of 13th-century warriors, led by Stucley (Steve Breaker), returns from the Crusades, they find their castle lying in ruins. Even more disturbing, they discover that their women have not…
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