March 10, 2014

“Closely Related Keys” – Los Angeles theater review

Sporting a message of sisterhood and tolerance, Wendy Graf’s well-intentioned but clumsy drama builds around two half-sisters: Julia (Diarra Kilpatrick), an ambitious attorney living and working
February 28, 2014

“Brief Encounter” – Los Angeles theater review

Noël Coward’s 1936 one-act play Still Life was expanded into a feature-length film, directed in 1945 by David Lean and scripted by Coward.
The play depicts
February 26, 2014

“White” – a new play for little kids at the Wallis – Los Angeles theater review

Continuing their commitment to presenting high quality theater for children, the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts is staging another imported show. The award-winning Catherine
February 24, 2014

“Firemen” – Los Angeles theater review

Firemen is one of those intense discomfiting plays that can have you squirming in your seat, wishing you’d opted to see something less painfully and graphically