Matthew Perry & Lisa Kudrow (Friends) at Triumph for Teens

SHARE Celebrates Old Blue Eyes & Triumph for Teens Awards

SHARE is a non-profit philanthropic group composed of women who are dedicated to raising funds for disabled and abused children, as well as medical research for all forms ... Continue Reading →
The TelePrompTer reflected some light, but the technolgy was needed...especially for the wonderfully complicated lyrics of "Surf's Up."
(photo by Brad Auerbach)

Brian Wilson & Rodriguez – Stolen Lives

Two performers who both had parts of their lives stolen comprised an impressive sounding double bill at Humphrey’s: Rodriguez opened for Brian Wilson. In his usual ... Continue Reading →
Natalie Portman at UCLA Israel Studies Awards

Israel Studies Awards – Motion Picture Council Honorees & Upcoming Events

Oscar winning actress Natalie Portman presented the UCLA Israel Studies Award to Amos Oz, at the Wallis Annnenberg Center.  This was the fifth anniversary of the UCLA ... Continue Reading →
Jenn Colella (left) and the cast of La Jolla Playhouse’s world-premiere musical COME FROM AWAY; photo by Kevin Berne.

Come From Away – World Premiere at La Jolla Playhouse

Rarely over the decades have I seen an audience leap to its feet as quickly as when the last note was sung last night at the world premiere of Come From Away. This bravura ... Continue Reading →
John Douglas Thompson

Satchmo at the Waldorf – Wallis Annenberg Center For The Performing Arts

Louis Armstrong is likely the first black man that many white Americans loved back in the day. A superb one man show reveals the man behind the image. In a bravura performance, ... Continue Reading →
Honorees Brandi Glanville and Chandra Wilson with Gloria Gebbia, President of Associates for Breast Cancer

Lots of Ladies Lauded & Moms Rule the World

Ladies — our time has come! Perhaps it is because Hillary is a serious contender for President; more women are the stars of major motion pictures & television ... Continue Reading →
Violet the musical from Kelrik Productions

LA Theater Scene May & June 2015

  MOTOWN THE MUSICAL & PHANTOM OF THE OPERA at the Pantages At the Hollywood Pantages Theatre, MOTOWN THE MUSICAL, playing now through June 7. The glorious show ... Continue Reading →

PREVIEW – Singin’ In The Rain: San Diego Musical Theatre

Brandon Davidson plays Don Lockwood in the upcoming production of Singin’ In The Rain. Davidson grew up in La Jolla, and still has five siblings in the area, so this ... Continue Reading →