In addition to the usual perennial holiday fare, December shows repurpose classic tales for all ages.
The Los Angeles theatre company will present works for Spanish- and English-speaking audiences.
In his version of the grim fairy tale for 24th Street Theatre, Bryan Davidson adds music and human dimension.
From Honolulu to Boston, a look at institutions that produce theatre for young audiences.
Art or social service? That’s a false choice for this small but committed L.A. theatre, where theatrical excellence and community service are inextricably intertwined.
As the battle over L.A.’s non-remunerative 99-seat plan comes to a head, players on either side have radically different prognoses for the health of the city’s sprawling theatre scene.
Amid heated arguments over the city’s version of the Equity showcase code, a real and resonant debate about artists’ compensation seems to be emerging.
From haunted tours to “Dracula,” theatres get in on the Halloween action.
Daniel Pearle wins the Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award, Stephen Colbert is honored by Lookingglass Theatre Company, and more awards from our March 2013 issue.