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Theatre Revew (Malibu): Helen by Euripides and Nick Salamone at The Getty Villa

Jon Lawrence Rivera presents a reimagined and rather whacked-out version of Euripides' alternate Helen of Troy legend. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Assassins by Sondheim and Weidman at the Actors Circle Theatre

The Coeurage Theatre Company presents Assassins with terrific singers but weak direction. Read More »

Theatre Review (La Jolla): An Iliad by Robert Fagles, Adapted by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare

This is a brilliant retelling of Homer's epic by actor Henry Wornicz in a new adaptation. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): The Return to Morality by Jamie Pachino at the Lex Theatre

The Production Company presents a politican satire about a liberal who writes a satire about some of the right wing's ideas, only to be believed. Read More »

Theatre Review (Burbank): The Gronholm Method by Jordi Galceran at the Falcon Theatre

Falcon opens its season with a thrilling boardroom comedy that keeps you guessing. Read More »

Theatre Review (Burbank): Blame it on Beckett by John Morogiello

A play about the hapless life of a dramaturge has its West Coast debut at the Colony Theatre in Burbank. Read More »

Theatre Review (Pasadena): The Inspector General by Nikolai Gogol, Adapted by Oded Gross

It's yet another new adaptation of the classic satire about political corruption, but it mostly works. Read More »

Cabaret Review (LA): Kritzerland: Burt Bacharach Album at Sterling’s Upstairs at the Federal

Bruce Kimmel presented his Bacharach Album with an array of good singers and a lot of songs from Promises, Promises. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Marilyn: Forever Blonde by Greg Thompson at the El Portal

Sunny Thomspon is a terrific Marilyn Monroe. Read More »

Cabaret Review (LA): Peter Mac as Liza at the French Market

Peter Mac brings his Liza to West Hollywood with his own accomplished style. Read More »