Review: KING LEAR stars Joe Morton with storm of emotions at The Wallis

 King Lear has been William Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy that covers themes of power, love, loyalty, treachery, and madness. It also showcases the most dysfunctional family ... Continue Reading →

Jazz great Steve Tyrell in concert at NoHo’s El Portal Theatre April 2, 2022

 The El Portal Theatre presents Steve Tyrell In Concert    For lovers of great music, a special swinging concert puts jazz great Steve Tyrell in the spotlight ... Continue Reading →

Review: LOVE ACTUALLY LIVE the best ever at The Wallis in Beverly Hills

Christmas is all around thanks to LOVE ACTUALLY LIVE, a stage musical that blends the greatly cherished film with live performances. It has been produced by For the Record for several ... Continue Reading →

Review: SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN’ TO MOTOWN at the Garry Marshall Theatre

 SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN’ TO MOTOWN is at the Garry Marshall Theatre, through December 24, 2021. Presented by the fantastic folks at the Troubadour Theater Company, it’s a new ... Continue Reading →

“The Gardens of Anuncia” at The Old Globe Theatre

  The premise is appealing: an older women finds that her garden is a catalyst for exploring her memories. Through her chronological succession of vignettes, she looks back on ... Continue Reading →

“WICKED” IN CONCERT a fresh take on the iconic Broadway musical on PBS

 The wickedly passionate fans of the smash hit musical “WICKED” have an incredible treat in store with “WICKED” IN CONCERT, a musical celebration of the iconic Broadway ... Continue Reading →

LIVE is back! Wendy Liebman’s ‘Locally Grown Comedy,’ Feinsteins at Vitello’s

 The world is trying to get back to normal. An encouraging sign is seeing the return of live shows at nightclubs and on theater stages in the Los Angeles area and beyond. Yes, LIVE ... Continue Reading →

Becoming Dr. Ruth – North Coast Repertory Theatre

  Most folks in America know Dr. Ruth as a short, sharp sex therapist who encouraged us to ‘pleasure our partner.’ This one act, one actor, one set character study is a witty ... Continue Reading →