Review: POTUS, legislating laughs at breakneck speed with rowdy gals on crisis control, at The Geffen

POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive at The Geffen Playhouse Gil Cates Theater till Feb. 25, 2024  POTUS is an uproarious romp through the ... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘The Journals of Adam & Eve’ a tale as old as time, world’s first love story starring Hal Linden & Sally Struthers

In the beginning, let there be lighthearted comedy & powerful storytelling  REVIEW: The world premiere of “The Journals of Adam and Eve” starring Hal Linden and Sally Struthers ... Continue Reading →

Intimate Apparel Delivers at North Coast Repertory Theatre

Set in Manhattan, 1905 this play brings together six seemingly disparate characters whose stories overlap and intertwine enticingly. The finely etched characters are portrayed superbly, ... Continue Reading →

Wild Horses Music Festival Delivers a Solid Evening at Petco Park

A few nights ago, under a brisk and clear San Diego sky, Zach Bryan closed the Wild Horses Music Festival at Petco Park, delivering a performance that will linger in the memories of ... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘Oy!’ is a joy! The world premiere of Oy! To The World ~ Christmas with a Twist! an instant classic at the El Portal Theatre

Destine to take its place in the pantheon of holiday classics is ‘Oy! To The World ~ Christmas with a Twist!’  The show is bursting with beloved Christmas songs that have shaped ... Continue Reading →

Live Theatre Review: Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

Dr. Seuss, born Theodore Geisel, must be the most successful author on a per syllable basis. The locally based Dr. Seuss Enterprises carefully curates the author’s legacy, and this ... Continue Reading →

The Music of John Denver Rocky Mountain High starring Jim Curry a holiday treat

 The sweet sweet sounds of John Denver’s music showcased by Jim Curry will be echoing throughout the historic El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood, on Wednesday, December 20 at 7:30 ... Continue Reading →

Review: The Very Hungry Caterpillar Holiday Show on LA stage for kids

  “It is high praise to say a live stage production can hold the attention of a roomful of excited toddlers and their families for 50 minutes.”   Giant Teddy Bears were ... Continue Reading →