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Stephen Sondheim brought to the stage in ‘Side By Side’

Stephen Sondheim is arguably one of if not they most prolific song writers in musical theatre. Don’t think so?  Just check out this list. Now the musical tribute to the great writer of music is on stage at the Odyssey […]

Stephen Sondheim brought to the stage in ‘Side By Side’

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Stephen Sondheim is arguably one of if not they most prolific song writers in musical theatre. Don’t think so?  Just check out this list. Now the musical tribute to the great writer of music is on stage at the Odyssey […]

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New moms ‘Cry It Out’ with Echo Theatre Co

Absolutely anyone who has brought a child into this world knows well how deeply life changing that experience truly is in every way. But some people are more severely

Careful with the title of this production Motherf**ker

Let’s just begin with the title to this show. It is perhaps one of the weirdest and possibly most provocative I have ever seen. Yet as the story unfolds

‘On Your Feet’ wins the world

From Broadway, all across America and heading for London’s West End the smash hit musical On Your Feet has arrived at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood and what a

Troubles every day at the diner

I Got Troublesis the latest in a longline of plays written by the talented Art Shulman. It has a large cast of 12 players and is set in an

Rumors swirl at the Lonny Chapman Theatre

The Group Rep at the Lonny Chapman Theatre in North Hollywood has produced over 300 plays including 70 world premieres and is approaching a half century of theatrical artistry.

Paris has a syndrome and you can see it now

One of oh so many shows in the ongoing Los Angeles Fringe Festival, I was attracted to this one: Paris Syndromeby its title and even more when I discovered

Family becomes a Cult of Love

The Christmas decorations are abundant and beautiful. The stockings are hung by the chimney with care; well actually on the railing with care but it is the same message.

Violet is golden

In 1997 Violet with musical score by Jeanine Tesori and book and lyrics by Brian Crawley opened off Broadway and won the New York Drama Critics Award for Best

Wood Boy encounters a Dog Fish for great entertainment in Burbank

On opening night the entire theatre inside and out was awash with a rich and alluring carnival sense. It very much set the tone for what was to come

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