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.
As part of its new contemporary series, the Long Beach Shakespeare Company will debut Bent, an award-winning drama by Martin Sherman, on Friday, Sept. 3 […]
By Vicki Paris Goodman Entertainment Writer On the Verge, playwright Eric Overmyer’s extra-dimensional romp of a Victorian-era discovery tour, seemed largely to perplex its audience. […]
The Long Beach Playhouse, which is under new management, will open its doors to the community on Thursday, Aug. 19. The new staff will host […]
By Vicki Paris Goodman Entertainment Writer How does one improve upon the best of the best? How does one make my favorite play of all […]
By Vicki Paris Goodman Entertainment Writer Once you’ve seen ten or twenty murder mysteries, they start to become what I would call “partially predictable.” In […]
By Neena Strichart Publisher Having the opportunity to attend last Tuesday evening’s Los Angeles premiere of a new musical comedy at the Pantages Theatre would […]
By Cory Bilicko Entertainment Writer What constitutes being “civilized?” Who gets to speak up and decide what the rules are, and why do we (most […]