One of L.A.’s best small theatres runs like a business, minus the finances but not the headaches.
The next step in the battle over L.A.’s unique Equity “waiver” is intended to get the parties back to the table.
Tom Lazarus’s new play ‘Princes of Kings Road’ traces two Viennese modernists who briefly worked together, then split up—then met again in an L.A. hospital.
How does HFF, now in its sixth year, stack up to other fringe fests? Sources say: comparable to NYC, but no match for Perth.
Modeling itself after Edinburgh, the Hollywood Fringe Festival may be bigger than ever, but the shows are still small, scrappy and uncurated.
How a troupe of L.A.-based improvisers reawakened one critic’s taste for the possibilities of live theatre.