August 12, 2014

“In A Dark Dark House” – Los Angeles theater review

Neil LaBute is considered one of the most controversial playwrights of our day. Not all of his plays are equally brilliant — why would they be?
July 29, 2014

Minor White proves a major figure in photography – Los Angeles Getty Museum art exhibition review

A highly influential figure who was central to modern photography, Minor White (American 1908–1976) pursued a life in photography with great energy and ultimately extended the
July 23, 2014

LAST DAYS – works by Alexander Calder at LACMA – Los Angeles art review

 

Alexander Calder.
Whimsical mobiles. Free-standing ‘stabiles.’ A surrealist painting come to life! I’ve always loved those kinetic sculptures—the pretty mobiles of elegantly suspended shapes
July 22, 2014

“Once” – the Broadway musical, now playing at Pantages – Los Angeles theater review

Attending the opening night performance of the national touring Broadway production of Once at the Pantages Theatre this past Thursday, starring Stuart Ward and Dani De