The production is the first in A Noise Within’s “Lost & Found” series, and proves to be a highly entertaining summer theater blockbuster.
The Bells of West 87th Street brings a New York brand of comedy to Los Angeles theaters.
Pan stays true to J.M. Barrie’s original telling of his story Peter and Wendy.
This weekend kicks off the “season of plays” at USC; from now until the end of the semester, there will be at least two productions every week, with some weeks having as many as four different productions! This weekend brings us to the School of Dramatic Arts official performances. Both are period pieces that deal […]
Little Red Riding Hood is revisited in Wolves, which focuses on trust and hardship.
New Noise’s The Grapes of Wrath stays true to emotional core of John Steinbeck’s novel.
The musical explores the univeral struggle between darkness and light through Dr. Jekyll, who is plagued by his alter ego Mr. Hyde.
The play Track 3 infuses the original Anton Chekhov production of Three Sisters with modern dialogue, music and choreography.
The Independent Shakespeare Company’s Red Barn regales audiences with genuine hilarity and knockout performances.
The Year of Magical Thinking offers audiences a glimpse into the life of Joan Didion.