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Theater Review: South Coast Repertory’s Pacific Playwrights Festival

SCR’s 10th Pacific Playwrights Festival introduces plays while making the case that readings are their own reward. Read More »

Theater Review: David Wiener’s System Wonderland at South Coast Repertory

A new drama about Hollywood recalls some classic characters as it marks an important debut. Read More »

Theater Review: Assassins by Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman

L.A.'s Sight Unseen Theatre Company brings the 1990 musical black comedy back to life. Read More »

Theater Review: Greater Tuna in La Mirada, California

With the originals at the wheel, there's still life and laughs in this quarter-century old vehicle from the third smallest town in Texas. Read More »

Theater Review: The Women of Lockerbie

L.A.'s Actor's Gang offers a powerful staging of Deborah Brevoort's drama about the PanAm 103 bombing. Read More »

Theater Review: My Wandering Boy at SCR in Costa Mesa, California

A young writer reveals an old soul in her existential detective story about gumshoes, tramping, and the footloose gene. Read More »

Theater Review: The Master of the House at the Laguna Playhouse

The American Premiere of the top 2003 drama in Israel reveals a foundation that may or may not have too many stories. Read More »

Theater Review: Amy Freed’s Restoration Comedy at San Diego’s Old Globe

A bawdy new comedy shows the British theater pushed the boundaries for two centuries until its licentiousness was revoked. Read More »

Theater Review: Twelve Angry Men at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles

The National Tour of Roundabout's Broadway hit arrives back in Hollywood where the whole story started. Read More »

Theater Review: Lisa Loomer’s Distracted in Los Angeles

The third in the playwright's series of life lessons finds our heroine trying to raise a 9-year-old Lenny Bruce. Read More »