A Noise Within’s Cymbeline gives new life to old language, plumbing every depth of Shakespeare’s rich and rare work.
Christopher Knopf’s The Red Room gives audiences a sneak peek into family life during Hollywood’s Golden Age.
With a unique structure and well-crafted songs, The Last Five Years boasts a haunting portrayal of deteriorating romantic love.
The Book of Mormon steals audiences’ hearts with spectacular comedy.
Thomas Misuraca’s play, The Para Abnormals, starts its run at Zombie Joe’s Underground.
Hershey Felder poses a triple threat as the writer, composer and star of the one-man play Lincoln — An American Story.
Esteemed musical Sweeney Todd shines with its music but falters in its pacing.
Jane Austen’s classics meet improv in the contemporary Jane Austen UnScripted.
Letters from Zora relies on authenticity to depict the life of Zora Neale Hurston.
24-Hour Musical Sunday, UCLA Ackerman Grand Ballroom, 8 p.m. Usually, theater shows take months to prepare. Actors must memorize lines, the stage blocking must be choreographed, the set must be built and the list goes on and on. So what happens when you give a cast and crew exactly 24 hours to complete a production […]