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Theater Review (Boston): [title of show]

Two gifted musical comedy performers anchor the solid New England premiere of the most self-referential show around. Read More »

Theater Review (Waterbury, CT): Cirque Dreams Illumination

In this dazzling spectacle, even simple dance moves and acrobatics become works of art. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): A Song at Twilight by Noel Coward at the Odyssey Theatre

Orson Bean plays an aging but successful writer who has lived his life in the closet. Read More »

DVD Review: Cinematic Titanic Live: East Meets Watts

“I think the can of Whoop-Ass they opened is way past its expiration date.” Read More »

Theater Review (LA): The Pee-wee Herman Show

Pee-wee Herman returns to the stage with a fun (AAHH!!) show for all ages. Read More »

Theater Review (Boston): The Good Negro by Tracey Scott Wilson

This well-acted, well-directed production deserves attention beyond the Martin Luther King Day celebration. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Camelot by Lerner and Lowe at the Pasadena Playhouse

This Camelot has been "revised" and cut down, but not for the better. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Ordinary Days by Adam Gwon at South Coast Repertory

Thirtyish angst about living in New York has little relevance to the lives of theatregoers in Southern California. Read More »

Theatre/Dance Review (LA): Riverdance at the Pantages Theatre

Riverdance makes a triumphant return to Los Angeles. Read More »

Cabaret Review (NYC): The Truth About Love…and the Usual Lies with Jessica Medoff and Michael Bunchman

This cabaret song cycle effectively weaves art songs and show tunes together, all on the inexhaustible subject of love. Read More »