“Long Day’s Journey Into Night” shines with Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville at The Wallis

Brilliant actors need brilliantly written roles to shine in the spotlight. Thus seeing Academy Award-winner Jeremy Irons (Reversal of Fortune) and Olivier Award-winner Lesley Manville ... Continue Reading →

A Bronx Tale – Now on Broadway

In the midst of so many existing productions being turned into Broadway plays, it was an intriguing journey taken by A Bronx Tale. Chazz Palminteri started the ball rolling, with ... Continue Reading →

In & Of Itself – An Amazing One Man Show in NYC, Is It Magic or Something More?

The intriguing thing about entertainment is that the bar is generally being raised, across the board. By now everyone concurs we are in the golden (or platinum) age of television. Films ... Continue Reading →

The Wanderers – World Premiere at The Old Globe

One of the best written, most clever and tightly constructed plays I have seen this year premiered at The Old Globe Theatre. Written by Anna Ziegler and ably directed by Barry Edelstein, ... Continue Reading →

“All Shook Up” with feel-good Elvis songs at El Portal Theatre, April 13-22

It’s time to rock’n’roll the night away with Elvis Presley’s greatest hits being showcased in the exciting jukebox musical All Shook Up. It’s playing at the historic ... Continue Reading →

“South Pacific” perfect & timely musical at The Soraya at CSUN, April 13, 14, 15

 South Pacific is a perfect musical production. It is a must-see classic that is entertaining and multi-layered. Not only does it present the best from Broadway legends– composer ... Continue Reading →

Adrienne Barbeau on stage at NoHo’s El Portal Theatre, April 6 and 7

“THERE ARE WORSE THINGS I COULD DO: An Evening with Adrienne Barbeau” is the best personally told story-telling show you can see. Adrienne Barbeau has created a show that presents ... Continue Reading →

Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest” Delights at The Old Globe

Touted accurately as “the most perfect comedy in the English language” by the Daily Telegraph, the production at San Diego’s Old Globe goes from good to great over the course ... Continue Reading →