February 13, 2015

“The Missing Pages of Lewis Carroll” – Los Angeles theater review

There has always been speculation swirling around the relationship Charles Dodgson had with his young muse, Alice Liddell. During the mid 1800s, Dodgson was a mathematics
February 10, 2015

“The Ghosts of Versailles” – Los Angeles opera review

Handsomely mounted on a massive scale and featuring scores of talented cast members, the LA Opera has delivered what is possibly the definitive staging of William
February 9, 2015

“Hairspray” at the Cameo Theatre in San Antonio – theater review

What a long, strange trip Hairspray has taken. Beginning as a shockingly wholesome PG-rated film from Pink Flamingos filmmaker John Waters — the master of trash and
February 4, 2015

“Disconnection” – Los Angeles theater review

Scientology, as a religion and as a semi-cult, has been earning censure since it was first launched in 1953, thanks to its dubious connections to the