Stage Page: 32nd Anniversary STAGE Gala Promises an Evening of Sondheim Magic

Southland Theatre Artists Goodwill Event (STAGE) is the longest-running annual benefit for AIDS worldwide. In its three decades-long history, more than 350 stars of Broadway, film and television have performed music from the Great White Way while rai [..]

Stage Page: O’Neill’s ‘Hairy Ape’ looks at social and class inequities still in place today

“The Hairy Ape” was first produced in 1922 by the Provincetown Players, a theatrical group co-founded by its author Eugene O’Neill who was already an established playwright, having won two Pulitzer Prizes. The expressionist style of [..]

Stage Page: ‘Eyes For You’ celebrates Golden Age of Hollywood Musicals

The Golden Age of Hollywood returns to the stage in the all-singing, all-dancing story of legendary 1930s lyricist Al Dubin, who along with composer Harry Warren and visionary film director Busby Berkeley, took movie musicals to new heights during th [..]

Boulevard Music 2016 Summer Fest coming; sponsorship needed

Music fans and summer fun seekeers can escape to Culver City for the 2016 Culver City’s Boulevard Music Summer Festival. Boulevard Music will present six free concerts on Thursday evenings at 7 p.m. from July 7 to Aug. 11 in the palm-lined cour [..]

Stage Page: Hysterical World Premiere comedy ‘Hillary And Monica’ debuts at the Odyssey Theatre

Everyone knows which two women are referred to in the title of playwrights Victor Bardack and Edward Michael Bell’s comedy “Hillary and Monica.”  The world premiere production, directed by the renowned comic genius Joel Zwick a [..]

GM World Dance this weekend at SM Performance Arts Center

The Santa Monica College Global Motion World Dance Company will present an exciting spring program showcasing dance styles from a variety of cultures around the world. Performances are Friday, May 20 at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, May 22 at 4 p.m. and [..]

Stage Page: ‘In and of Itself’ creates amazement, but lacks energy in presentation

When we arrived at the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater at the Geffen Playhouse, we were asked to select a card from hundreds listed alphabetically on a large board in the lobby. Each card contained the name of different occupations and we were asked to [..]

Stage Page: Rothhaar transforms ‘Foreigner’ into laugh fest it was meant to be

When I heard the Morgan-Wixson Theatre was presenting “The Foreigner” by Larry Shue, I was hesitant to review the show, wondering why anyone would want to produce a show I had found offensive and not at all funny the first time I saw it e [..]

Peanuts, peanut butter may help prevent obesity

(NAPS)—Here’s good news about tasty treats: Adolescents at high risk for obesity significantly reduced their Body Mass Index (BMI) by substituting peanuts and peanut butter for unhealthy snacks according to a new USDA-funded study. &l [..]

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