EISENHOWER: THIS PIECE OF GROUND at Theatre West showcases moral courage & leadership

REVIEW: EISENHOWER This Piece Of Ground starring John Rubinstein. Not since Give ‘em Hell Harry has a one-man show offered such surprising and timely insight to an American ... Continue Reading →

Don Randi legendary Wrecking Crew & Wall of Sound musician on #1 hits, tips & reunion concert

 THE WRECKING CREW set to play their golden hits Nov. 13 at El Portal Theatre with Don Randi at the piano   Working with everyone from Elvis to Sinatra, The Beach Boys ... Continue Reading →

Legendary concert ‘THE WRECKING CREW’ playing their golden hits Nov. 13 at El Portal Theatre

Guitar great Don Peake talks about the special reunion   The Wrecking Crew, the original legendary musicians who helped change the sound of popular music with their superb ... Continue Reading →

LA theater scene: reviews & previews Oct & Nov 2022

Los Angeles area theaters are filled with fantastic shows to enjoy.  Review: CATS, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record-breaking musical spectacular returned to the ... Continue Reading →

Review: The Secret World of Archy & Mehitabel, an imaginative bug & cat tale

 The Secret World of Archy & Mehitabel is a show that lifts your spirits, tickles your funny bone, sparks your imagination, and fills you with wonderment about nature and ... Continue Reading →

LOVE, DOLLY starring Kim Eberhardt, Dolly Parton celebration & costume contest, Sept 25 at NoHo’s El Portal

 Have you ever dreamt of enjoying a day with the legendary Dolly Parton, hearing her songs and the stories behind them, laughing together and sharing secrets? Well, here’s the ... Continue Reading →

Mike Birbiglia: “The Old Man & The Pool” – Mark Taper Forum

I was introduced to the concept of the one man show at The Mark Taper Forum with Spalding Gray’s epic “Swimming to Cambodia” in the 1980s. Over the years, I have seen the ... Continue Reading →

“ON BECKETT” – BILL IRWIN ENCHANTS US AT THE OLD GLOBE

Bill Irwin states at the outset that he is not a scholar of Samuel Beckett, yet his 90 minute exploration of the Irish writer‘s words belies the statement. You come away with ... Continue Reading →