“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 →

El Portal Theatre “Ain’t down yet!” great shows coming, Troubies & more

 Hold on to your tickets! An entertainment treasure, the El Portal Theatre has great fun shows coming to get things back to normal and make people happy this Fall  “I ain’t down ... Continue Reading →

FLY Lands at La Jolla Playhouse

This production took me by surprise during its opening evening at La Jolla Playhouse. I am not a choreography guy, but the dancing is as good as I have seen. Captain Hook is excellent. ... Continue Reading →

Chocolates & love with ‘Romantics Anonymous’ at The Wallis, Beverly Hills, March 17-29

Chocolates and a sweet rom-com, who could ask for more? ‘ROMANTICS ANONYMOUS’ is a feel-good treat with a delicious story about a passion for chocolates. The new musical is at ... Continue Reading →

The Outsider – Theatrical Premiere

With uncanny timing, “The Outsider” has opened at North Coast Repertory Theatre. The clever story of an astute lieutenant governor who finds himself elevated to the governor’s ... Continue Reading →