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The musical explores the univeral struggle between darkness and light through Dr. Jekyll, who is plagued by his alter ego Mr. Hyde.
Doctor, Doctor! portrays M.D. life as unexpected fun with romance and lots of drama.
The play Track 3 infuses the original Anton Chekhov production of Three Sisters with modern dialogue, music and choreography.
The Blank Theatre’s production of David Sedaris’ The Santaland Diaries provides touching but hilarious Christmas entertainment.
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.
Silence! The Musical, a parody of the 1992 film The Silence of the Lambs, captivates audiences at the Hayworth Theater.
The Pantages Theatre’s production of Billy Elliot proves stellar with brilliant choreography and awe-inspiring performances.
There’s nothing like watching films on the big screen. Here are a few theaters to check out.
The new play features strong performances, but the script proves to be underdeveloped.