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Play proves compassion, intolerance can be one and the same

Jaglom’s World Premiere play “Train to Zakopane, A True Story of Love and Hate” is a compelling love story based on a tale shared...

“Jack Lemmon Returns” in his most important role: as a dad

When you are the son of a famous Hollywood celebrity and bear a striking resemblance to him, your life takes on a structure of...

“Silent Witness” recounts the lives of four hidden Jewish children during...

“Silent Witness” recounts the lives of four hidden Jewish children during WWII Writer/performer Stephanie Satie gives voice to four extraordinary women in her award-winning solo...

2015 begins with a variety of Westside theater offerings

  The immediacy of reaching out to a live audience and hearing their supportive response is what drives performers, directors, pro-ducers and designers to strive...

Celebrating the season with Los Angeles Ballet’s “The Nutcracker”

  The essential holiday tradition of “The Nutcracker” ballet continues for one more weekend, presented by the Los Angeles Ballet at the Redondo Beach Performing...

“An Ideal Husband” takes the stage

  Kentwood Players kicks off its 65th Anniversary Year by presenting “An Ideal Husband” by Oscar Wilde, which runs from Friday, Jan. 9 to Saturday,...

Westside community theatre groups going strong into 2015

  At the end of each year, it’s time to look back on the great year of local theater I have been lucky to experience...

Gilbert, Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance” offers high-spirited farcical high-jinks

Directed and choreographed by Mar Vista resident Drew Fitzsimmons, The Pirates of Penzance with music by Arthur Sullivan and libretto by W. S. Gilbert is a...

Kentwood Players to host auditions for Tony-Award-Winning musical “Mame”

  Kentwood Players will host open auditions for “Mame” with book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, on...

“Flare Path” Re-visits the world of WWII Fighter Pilots

“Flare Path” by Sir Terence Rattigan was first produced in 1942, when the circumstances of the story must have had a stunning immediacy. Set...
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