Kurt Gardner is an artist, marketer and lifetime devotee of films, especially those in the cult, independent, drive-in and just plain weird genres. His regular musings can be read at Weird Movie Village.
Richard Greenberg's Tony Award-winning 2002 play receives a highly imperfect staging at the Sky Lounge Theatre in North Hollywood.
The legendary feud between two of the biggest stars of Hollywood's Golden Age is hilariously recreated by an on-point cast.
DOMA's competent ensemble does better by Jason Robert Brown's clichéd musical revue than it deserves.
Stephen Adly Guirgis' 2002 dark comedy is presented by a talented ensemble at Theatre 68 in Hollywood.
The hilariously ingenious musical adaptation of Stuart Gordon's 1985 cult classic film is back for a limited L.A. run.
Ruth and Augustus Goetz's play makes a triumphant return to the Pasadena Playhouse in a well-mounted production.
The L.A.-based comedy troupe performs a selection of fan favorites in a fast-paced, hilarious 60-minute program.
Family secrets and long-buried resentments explode in Paul Elliott's multi-generational drama at the Lillian Theatre in Hollywood.
The multiple-award winning musical spoof returns to Los Angeles for a run at Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater.
The Burbank-based company mounts a high-spirited production of Shakespeare's tragic comedy.