The Family Stone Keeps Sly’s Legacy Alive

Of the massive number of acts that played Woodstock, many leveraged their appearance to further success. Several acts arguably had career defining moments at Woodstock, exploding from ... Continue Reading →

World Premiere – Maragritaville

Jimmy Buffet is one of a handful of artists who have been able to transcend their original work and move into various other avenues. By developing his Parrothead following in concerts ... Continue Reading →

London Theatre Review – The Ferryman

After you have attended live theatre more than a couple times, you easily remember your best experience. After seeing dozens of productions over the years, it can become a bit murky ... Continue Reading →

LA Theater Scene shows & reviews May & June 2017

Theater that makes you sing and dance, plus laugh, cry, ponder, and sometimes go crazy were among the May and June stage shows audiences were excited to embrace. And they continue to ... Continue Reading →

Jude Law in ‘Obsession’ at the Barbican, London

The novella whence comes this production has been visited several times before. It started as James M. Cain’s crime novel The Postman Always Rings Twice, published in 1934. Banned ... Continue Reading →

Michael Lavine & Friends at Vitello’s E Spot Lounge

  A gem of a show that featured a cluster of comical jewels from Broadway, along with fun-loving theater and cabaret performers took the stage at the E Spot Lounge, Upstairs at ... Continue Reading →

Man of La Mancha starring Davis Gaines at VPAC

Man of La Mancha is one of the most powerful productions ever created for the musical theater. It is a story told from a Spanish Inquisition jail cell by author Cervantes about Don ... Continue Reading →

LA Theater Scene April shows & reviews

Los Angeles area theaters have fabulous shows in full bloom this Spring. Review: AN AMERICAN IN PARIS is a musical so “‘S Wonderful and ‘S Marvelous,” playing at the Pantages ... Continue Reading →