LA Theater Scene April shows & reviews

Los Angeles area theaters have fabulous shows in full bloom this Spring. Review: THE ROOT BEER BANDITS— A Rootin’ Tootin’ Wild West Musicale, at The Garry Marshall Theatre (formally ... Continue Reading →

The Elephant Man, funny, tragic & artfully told at NoHo’s El Portal Theatre

“The Elephant Man” has wisdom, grace & humor in the compelling play at NoHo’s historic El Portal Theatre, April 4-14  The Elephant Man, the story about the life of Joseph ... Continue Reading →

Cirque du Soleil – VOLTA Debut in SoCal

  Cirque du Soleil got its toehold in America, and arguably globally, in SoCal in 1984 as part of the LA Olympics Arts Festival. I recall scanning the listings of events, and ... Continue Reading →

Theater scene LA & beyond, must-see March shows

Theater events that makes you celebrate, smile, laugh, think, and sing along are among the March shows that audiences can enjoy in Los Angeles and beyond–part of the vibrant Southern ... Continue Reading →

Diana – World Premiere Musical

Princess Diana stirred up the complacent monarchy unlike anyone else in the history of the British Empire. She was able to evolve from a kindergarten teacher assistant into tabloid ... Continue Reading →

Gabriel – West Coast Premiere at North Coast Repertory Theatre

The island of Guernsey was one of the very few pieces of British soil occupied by the Germans in World War 2. It therefore makes for the unique setting of “Gabriel,” a thriller ... Continue Reading →

The Theater Scene: THE WALLIS in Beverly Hills embraces exhilarating entertainment

 The impressive productions that have been parading through The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills run the spectrum of entertainment. On the schedule ... Continue Reading →

Hello Dolly! Opening Night at Pantages Theatre – Many Stars Along Hollywood Boulevard

Once holding the record for the greatest number of Tony Awards, Hello Dolly! opened at the Pantages with many celebrities in attendance. The most poignant was actually the star that ... Continue Reading →