“In A Booth At Chasen’s” a musical masterpiece about Nancy & Ronald Reagan’s romance

 Review: “IN A BOOTH AT CHASEN’S” is an instant classic about a radiant romance–the courtship of Nancy and Ronald Reagan. The wonderful show is a new musical ... Continue Reading →

Ronald Reagan & Hollywood’s greatest love story “In A Booth At Chasen’s,” El Portal Theatre, Nov. 9-25

 “IN A BOOTH AT CHASEN’S,” a wonderful romantic musical about Nancy and Ronald Reagan, is having its world premiere exclusively at NoHo’s historic El Portal Theatre from November ... Continue Reading →

LA Theater Scene shows & reviews October 2018

 The vibrant LA theater scene will let you enjoy an iconic rock star, sing along with the songs of your youth, connect with ultra-talented ensembles on stage, and much more. Audiences ... Continue Reading →

LA Theater Scene: Mannequin Man by Day, TENOR BY NIGHT a wonderful original musical

REVIEW: “MANNEQUIN MAN BY DAY, TENOR BY NIGHT” is a new fantasy musical that has a lot of things going for it. The very original story is funny and clever, framed by a wonderful ... Continue Reading →

Comedy Hypnosis Catherine Hickland’s mind-bending amazements on Debbie Reynolds MainStage, El Portal Theatre, July 28

The entertaining mind-bending show, Catherine Hickland’s Comedy Hypnosis and Other Mind Amazements is at the historic El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood, California, on Saturday, ... 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 →

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 →

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 →