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Theater Review (LA): The Parisian Woman by Beau Willamon at South Coast Rep

Beau Willamon, Academy Award nominated co-writer of The Ides of March, creates another scintillating tale of DC scheming. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Fela! at the Ahmanson

The touring production's return is essential viewing for first-timers and repeaters. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Slipping by Daniel Talbott

One of Off-Broadway's best theater companies sets down stakes in LA with a production that gets a grip on our emotions. Read More »

Opera Review (LA): The Flying Dutchman at LA Opera

A last-minute cast switch added suspense to Nikolaus Lehnhoff's production, which raised questions of its own. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Absolutely Filthy at Sacred Fools

Absolutely Filthy is good, clean, dirty fun. This unauthorized parody of Peanuts honors its pedigree. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Eugene O’Neill’s Early Plays at the Redcat

Alt-theater stalwarts The Wooster Group and The New York City Players have collaborated for the first time with this production of three O'Neill one-acts. Read More »

Theater and TV Review: Theresa Rebeck’s Seminar (Broadway) and Smash (NBC)

Omnipresent writer Theresa Rebeck conquers the stage and small screen. Read More »