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Theater Review: Richard Dresser’s The Pursuit of Happiness

This is light entertainment that works; especially for the Boomers who remember when it was taken for granted that ideals would always be with us. Read More »

Theater Review: In the Continuum in Los Angeles

Danai Gurira and Nikkole Salter are headed for Connecticut, Philadelphia, and Chicago with a drama that succeeds on every level. Read More »

Theater Review: A Marvelous Party: The Noël Coward Celebration

"I went to a marvelous party, I must say the fun was intense... And I couldn't have liked it more." Read More »

Theater Review: Wishful Drinking

Carrie Fisher hijacks a production slot at the Geffen for a funny – if non-theatrical – seminar on celebrity. Read More »

Theater Review: Sister Act, The Musical at the Pasadena Playhouse

For an audience-pleasing mix of '70s R&B and traditional Broadway ballads, get thee to this nunnery. Read More »

Theater Review: August Wilson’s Jitney

Claude Purdy comes full circle with August Wilson's historic ten-play cycle, at Hollywood's Lillian Theater. Read More »

Theater Review: As You Like It at Los Angeles’ A Noise Within

Thanks to in part to two impressive debuts, Shakespeare's play gets a very 'likable' staging. Read More »

Theater Review: Ridiculous Fraud in Costa Mesa, California

Southern exposure reveals another weak link in family ties, but more good fun from Beth Henley. Read More »

Theater Review: The Marvelous Wonderettes at the El Portal Theater, North Hollywood, California

Four women spin a score of ol' 45s into an endearing night of musical heaven. Read More »

Theater Review: Lynn Redgrave’s Nightingale

Lynn Redgrave bases her one-woman show on a forgotten family member. Read More »