Long Beach theatres are reaching out to audience members to find out what they think about productions on local stages.
From the folks who put the “fun” in A Dysfunctional Family Xmas comes a brand-new comedy that puts the “nuts” in The Nutcracker. Everybody’s seen […]
The Long Beach Playhouse will offer a special dress-rehearsal performance of The Plight Before Christmas, a Christmas melodrama adapted by Fred Cusick and Diane Moore, […]
By Vicki Paris Goodman Culture Writer Call me a product of contemporary American culture. I am guilty as charged, as I couldn’t help imagining Star […]
Long Beach Opera (LBO) this week announced the appointment of Bill Eisentraut as its new director of Development.
The Long Beach Symphony Orchestra will present Wicked Divas on Saturday, Oct. 30, featuring Principal POPS! Conductor Steven Reineke and starring special guests Julia Murney […]
By Vicki Paris Goodman Culture Writer Richard Kaye promised his dying father, lyricist Buddy Kaye, that he would see that the elder Kaye’s last work […]
The Found Theatre, 599 Long Beach Blvd., will dedicate a special performance of its current show, Fred Blanco’s The Stories of Cesar Chavez, as a […]
By Kelly Nielsen Culture Writer Before The Phantom of the Opera first made its way to the Los Angeles theater scene, I was already familiar […]
By Vicki Paris Goodman Culture Writer Boston Marriage is a surprisingly good play. Who would have thought playwright David Mamet could write about women, especially […]
After a national tour, The Found Theatre, 599 Long Beach Blvd., will present The Stories of Cesar Chavez through Sunday, Oct. 24.
By Neena Strichart Publisher Discovering that our usual play reviewer Vicki Paris Goodman would be unable to attend opening night of Long Beach Playhouse’s The […]
By Cory Bilicko Culture Writer Before Martin Sherman’s play Bent was published in 1979, literature that addressed the persecution of homosexuals in Nazi Germany was […]
By Vicki Paris Goodman Culture Writer Some might feel cheated that the opening joke in The Clean House is uttered in Portuguese.
Master magician Mickey Mouse and Minnie will join forces with professional illusionists for a magical production on stage.