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Who's Serving Who
Who's Serving Who
6/10 - 5/23/2024


Welcome to The Pink Wheelbarrow, Hollywood’s most beloved hot spot! Meet Sydney, your bright and bubbly Aussie waitress, ready to take you on a wild ...

Really Really
Really Really
5/23 - 5/25/2024


Really Really by Paul Downs Colaizzo. May 23, 24, & 25 at 8:30pm at the Theatre 68 Arts Complex in the Emerson.  TW: Sexual violence, ...

Unsavory Fellow
Unsavory Fellow
5/17 - 5/25/2024


Rich with dark comedy and stark reality, Nick James struts the path of most resistance as would any man whose ambitions are as grand as ...

Bimbo Tennis: The Play
Bimbo Tennis: The Play
5/23 - 5/26/2024


Tennis vs pickleball on a tennis court: a new comedy by Emma Gardner. An adaptation of an adaptation of Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard.  In the ...

Halas Powyzej
Halas Powyzej
5/23 - 5/26/2024


The year is 1944. November. It is very cold. Not knowing they have two more months before they are liberated, the Wozniak family is doing ...

Nora
Nora
4/21 - 5/26/2024


“I’ve got to find out which view is the right one, society’s or mine…” On Christmas Eve, Nora Helmer, whose world is built entirely around ...

Stalin's Master Class
Stalin's Master Class
4/6 - 5/26/2024


In this wildly comic, music-filled drama, “Father of the People” Joseph Stalin and Soviet cultural minister Andrei Zhdanov summon composers Sergei Prokofiev and Dmitri Shostakovich ...

The Body's Midnight
The Body's Midnight
4/18 - 5/26/2024


IAMA Theatre Company and Boston Court Pasadena join forces to present a poetic and surprising new play about the complicated, ridiculous, awe-inspiring trajectory of life. ...

The Rhythm of Mourning
The Rhythm of Mourning
5/24 - 5/31/2024


A young woman is grappling with a major loss. Seeking solace and a path forward, she immerses herself in her beloved dance space. Unbeknownst to ...

Ghost Waltz
Ghost Waltz
4/25 - 6/2/2024


Latino Theater Company presents a boldly original new play about Juventino Rosas, one of Mexico’s most significant classical composers — an Indigenous musician whose life ...

Private Parts
Private Parts
5/31 - 6/2/2024


Private Parts is a collection of personal true stories, some funny and some moving, that make a difference. There is nothing more powerful than the ...

Hitler's Tasters
Hitler's Tasters
5/11 - 6/3/2024


A dark comedy based on the largely unknown story of young German women conscripted to taste Adolf Hitler’s food for poison, this fictional account explores ...

Samuel Beckett's Happy Days
Samuel Beckett's Happy Days
5/16 - 6/8/2024


Starring Monica Horan (Amy, Everybody Loves Raymond) and Timothy Durkin. Directed by Melissa Chalsma. From Independent Shakespeare Co. (producers of LA's Shakespeare in the Park) ...

FRIDA-Stroke of Passion- IMMERSIVE


Immerse yourself in the world of Frida Kahlo where vegetation, animals and sound come alive around you creating the magical world where she lived!

Frida-Stroke of Passion: The Immersive Experience


Odalys Nanin’s acclaimed 2017 show Frida- Stroke of Passion is revived for a limited engagement at Casa 0101 Theater in a reimagined immersive staging. Immerse ...

Misalliance
Misalliance
5/17 - 6/9/2024


Eight marriage proposals and a plane crash — all in one afternoon. A Noise Within presents George Bernard Shaw’s high-flying comedy, “Misalliance.” Much to the ...

Rock Bottom


‘You don’t know what to be, or not to be’ – Shakespeare’s best loved clown, Bottom, is reimagined in Fresh Life Theatre’s one-person show. When ...

Rock Bottom


‘You don’t know what to be, or not to be’ – Shakespeare’s best loved clown, Bottom, is reimagined in Fresh Life Theatre’s one-person show. When ...

Solve It Squad
Solve It Squad
6/14 - 6/15/2024


JINKLES CHRIST! A group of former kid detectives return to the scene of their greatest unsolved case: the gruesome murder of their talking dog, Cluebert. ...

Rock Bottom


‘You don’t know what to be, or not to be’ – Shakespeare’s best loved clown, Bottom, is reimagined in Fresh Life Theatre’s one-person show. When ...

Me, Myself, and Why (Am I Here?)


How does one move forward after being confronted with their true self? As the approach of middle age looms large over Maria’s head, she confronts ...

The Rhythm of Mourning at the Hollywood Fringe Festival


A young woman is grappling with a major loss. Seeking solace and a path forward, she immerses herself in her beloved dance space. Unbeknownst to ...

Amen: Talk to God, Tours sold here!


Amen is a tragicomedy about a fantastical quest to complain to God, only to find that God can complain back.

Rock Bottom


‘You don’t know what to be, or not to be’ – Shakespeare’s best loved clown, Bottom, is reimagined in Fresh Life Theatre’s one-person show. When ...

The Explorers Club
The Explorers Club
5/23 - 6/23/2024


London, 1879. The prestigious Explorers Club is in crisis: their acting president wants to admit a woman, and their bartender is terrible. True, this female ...


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Review: Tony Award Winner Matt Doyle Makes Segerstrom Center Cabaret Debut


by Michael Quintos - May 20, 2024

Matt Doyle—the 2022 Tony Award winner for his gender-bent role of Jaime in the Broadway revival of COMPANY—made his Segerstrom Center for the Arts Cabaret Series debut over a three-night engagement that began on May 2, 2024 with an incredible set that showcased his amazing vocal talents and his char...

Review: GHOST WALTZ at Latino Theatre Company At LATC


by Evan Henerson - May 17, 2024

A moody dramatic dive into the life of a violinist whose celebrated waltz got him mistaken for Strauss. As lovely as Alberto Barboza’s production looks on stage at the Los Angeles Theatre Center – and as melodic as it often sounds – GHOST WALTZ’s impact is as fleeting as the spirits who populate it....

Review: THE BODY'S MIDNIGHT at Boston Court Pasadena in co-production with IAMA Theatre Company


by Amanda Callas - May 16, 2024

The Body’s Midnight is a brilliant, meditative, fiercely funny and brutally heartrending world premiere drama at Boston Court Pasadena.  It is a hard play to capture its essence, both explosively hilarious and lyrical, surreal, and profoundly mournful, a ferocious elegy to all the things that are di...

Review: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST at The Nocturne Theatre


by Melissa Heckscher - May 13, 2024

Nocturne Theatre’s production of Beauty and the Beast hits all the right notes. Fans of the original story will be delighted with the stellar performances of their favorite songs, while fans of Meyer2Meyer’s macabre touch will relish the costumes and the overall ambiance of the Nocturne Theatre itse...

Review: THE HOPE THEORY at Geffen Playhouse


by Harker Jones - May 07, 2024

Every immigrant experience is unique and Guimarães’ story is a deeply engaging rumination on the power of faith and the capacity of hope to see one through....

Review: South Coast Repertory Presents World Premiere Play GALILEE, 34


by Michael Quintos - May 05, 2024

Eleanor Burgess’ brilliant, thoughtful, and often bitingly funny GALILEE, 34—currently having its impressive world premiere production at South Coast Repertory through May 12, 2024—is a humorously insightful, beautifully-performed new play that offers an unreliably revisionist examination of suppose...

Review: MONSTERS OF THE AMERICAN CINEMA at Rogue Machine At The Matrix Theatre


by Evan Henerson - May 03, 2024

MONSTERS OF THE AMERICAN CINEMA, a whip smart and heartfelt play by Christian St. Croix produced in its L.A. premiere by Rogue Machine Theatre, argues that in the present, monsters and human beings aren’t easily distinguishable from each other.  Monsters can take human form and vice versa. I guess t...

Review: NORA at Antaeus Theatre Company


by Harker Jones - May 01, 2024

The problem with NORA is that in the longer, three-act running time of “A Doll’s House,” Nora’s world and its inhabitants would be fleshed out so that they had depth that is not evident in this adaptation....

Review: A CHORUS LINE at The Norris Theatre


by Melissa Heckscher - April 28, 2024

The Palos Verdes Performing Arts' production of A Chorus Line is everything community theater should be: It makes you realize you don’t need a big Broadway house to get a Broadway experience....

Review: A Triumphant JERSEY BOYS Debuts at the La Mirada Theatre


by Michael Quintos - April 26, 2024

A brand-new, reimagined regional iteration of the Tony-winning 2005 musical JERSEY BOYS now at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts is exceeding all expectations. Featuring a superb ensemble cast performing The Four Seasons' greatest hits, this spectacular, high-energy, crowd-pleasing produ...



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