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Old Globe Musical Revival “Into The Woods” Proof That One Can Go Home Again

Old Globe Musical Revival “Into The Woods” Proof That One Can Go Home Again

Novelist Thomas Wolfe’s famous admonition of one “not being able to go home again” (he was speaking literarily and metaphorically) doesn’t hold up when it comes to the current production…

 Pasadena Playhouse 2013/2014 Season Concludes  

With the final performance of “Stoneface”, the play about Buster Keaton’s early movie career (the silent movie era) the venerable Pasadena Playhouse 2013/2014 season came to a close Sunday, June…

World Premiere Musical Hits The Mark At The Old Globe

World Premiere Musical Hits The Mark At The Old Globe

Musicals are usually the barometer of what the younger adult set likes when it comes to telling a story to which they can relate.  There have been many wonderfully produced…

Geffen Playhouse Presents World Premiere Margulies Comedy

Geffen Playhouse Presents World Premiere Margulies Comedy

Donald Margulies’ world premiere new play now on stage at LA’s Geffen Playhouse is an exploration in both comedy and angst; sort of like Neil Simon meets Anton Chekhov in…

“THE LAST CONFESSION” STARRING DAVID SUCHET

“THE LAST CONFESSION” STARRING DAVID SUCHET

  If the name David Suchet doesn’t ring a bell right away, regroup and think Agatha Christie’s famous detective Hercule Poirot.  The British actor has portrayed the quirky Belgian detective…

La’s Geffen Playhouse Presents A World Premiere Set In Academia

La’s Geffen Playhouse Presents A World Premiere Set In Academia

If one is interested in plays about the good old days of the early twentieth century of academia when students were just students with boy meets girl problems – like…

Powerful Drama Still Resonates With Audiences

Peter Shaffer’s ground-breaking 1975 drama, “Equus”, burst onto the world’s stages like a bombshell winning the 1975 Tony Award for Best Play.  The Broadway production ran for 1209 performances, with…

Mark Taper Forum Stages One-Man Musical Tribute To Paul Robeson

Mark Taper Forum Stages One-Man Musical Tribute To Paul Robeson

When a playwright or a performer wishes to pay tribute to an iconic personality or a celebrity there are bound to be inherent challenges in trying to render that individual…

Old Globe White Theatre Stages Edgy Drama

Old Globe White Theatre Stages Edgy Drama

From the pen of the librettist of the 2007 Tony winning musical “In the Heights” comes  “Water by the Spoonful”, the second installment in playwright Quiara Alegria Hudes’ exciting Elliot…

A Mesmerizing Annette Bening Performs Ruth Draper Monologues

A Mesmerizing Annette Bening Performs Ruth Draper Monologues

Show business monologues have been around as long as there have been actors and comedians of every kind to perform them.  The Ruth Draper monologues are legendary performance pieces created…

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