December 6, 2016

“Devil’s Salt” at the Odyssey


Jovanka Bach’s play Devil’s Salt fictionalizes what resembles historical truth—the trial and persecution of a midwife as a witch in King James Colony of Plymouth Bay
December 5, 2016

“Bob’s Holiday Office Party XXI” at Atwater

Bob’s Holiday Office Party XXI  transcends time with a basic story line that lends itself to improv adaption. An insurance salesman named Bob Finhead, who operates
December 3, 2016

Cavalia presents “Odysseo” in Irvine


Forgive the onslaught of superlatives about to be unleashed, but the Cavalia equestrian presentation of Odysseo, now playing beneath their massive big top tent in Irvine, is deserving
November 26, 2016

“The Beauty Queen of Leenane” at the Taper

The Beauty Queen of Leenane launched British-born (of Irish descent) playwright Martin McDonagh onto the theater scene in 1996. His first play is a black comedy