In Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ domestic drama Appropriate, three siblings squabble over an inheritance, piling on the recriminations. It’s well-trodden terrain for many playwrights and screenwriters; smoldering dysfunction tends to explode when there’s money at stake. So, some of the bickering and accusations feel all too familiar, a key plot point’s progression all too predictable… But Jacobs-Jenkins
Green Day’s American Idiot at the Woodlawn Theatre, San Antonio.
When American Idiot opened on Broadway in 2010, it brought to the venerable St. James Theatre a radical new style of musical. With very little spoken dialogue, and comprised of songs from Green Day’s Grammy-winning album of the same name (with a few
“We’re bringing Broadway back to Broadway!” So claims Jack W. Batman, co-producer, along with Bruce Robert Harris, of Carrie The Musical, which opens at the historic Los Angeles Theatre on October 8. Previews are happening this week.
Based on the well-known horror novel by Stephen King, the supernatural musical has been put together by the
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Pauline Adamek from ArtsBeatLA.com presents Exit Reviews, a series of ‘vlogs’ or video reviews.
Here’s the newest Exit Review for the play uCarmen, which opened last night, October 2, 2015 and runs until Saturday, October 10, 2015 at The Broad Stage in Santa Monica.
Heavenly harmonies, a singing nun and a passel of adorable children — family entertainment doesn’t get more wholesome than The Sound of Music, which opened this week at the Ahmanson Theatre at the Music Center in Downtown LA.
Rodgers & Hammerstein’s classic musical confection has delighted audiences since it was first staged in 1959. The