Fun Home at The Ahmanson

The musical starts in a jolly homespun way about a seemingly happy family in Pennsylvania. Bruce the father (the versatile Robert Petkoff) is multi-faceted: high school English professor, ... Continue Reading →

LA Theater Scene February & March, shows & reviews

Los Angeles area theaters are filled with fantastic shows to launch 2017. Review: CIRCUS 1903 The Golden Age of Circus is flawlessness at creating a glimpse of “the most amazing ... Continue Reading →

LA Theater Scene Reviews December shows

With the exciting and lush shows that have filled the Los Angeles area theaters this holiday season who needs to fly to New York anymore to see a great show. Review: Rodgers & ... Continue Reading →

LA Theater Scene for December 2016

The theater scene this season offers a variety of wonderful Christmas shows that are merry and bright. Review: Irving Berlin’s WHITE CHRISTMAS, at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood ... Continue Reading →

Entertainment Legends performing at the El Portal Theatre in terrific tribute shows

An awesome collection of legendary entertainers will be performing at the historic El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood, with Winter Dance Party, Sinatra 101, and John Denver’s ... Continue Reading →

At The Wallis in Beverly Hills– music, dance & great performances

This Autumn the Los Angeles theater scene was launched with a big “bang, bang” thanks to the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts presenting the ultra-impressive For ... Continue Reading →

Fritz Coleman’s DEFYING GRAVITY, hilarious “Baby Boomer support group” show

Fritz Coleman’s DEFYING GRAVITY is a hilarious look at the comical calamities of aging. It’s for the delight of Baby Boomers and all those who hope to become part of the 50-plus ... Continue Reading →

Kinky Boots: Al Hirschfeld Theatre NYC

Who knew the saucy girl from Queens who blew into the MTV scene of the 80s would decades later join with one of the multi-talented artists from that era to create a delightful Broadway ... Continue Reading →