Concerts, a ‘Carol’ or 3, and a surfeit of readings, benefits, and other virtual theatre kick off December in abundant style.
This week: a Nick Cordero memorial tribute, festivals of Latinx writers and young playwrights, Harriet Harris as Eleanor Roosevelt, and a Madhuri Shekar encore.
With his Geffen Stayhouse show ‘The Present,’ the illusionist aims to make a connection among dazzled, far-flung audiences via Zoom.
The critics talk with Jeremy Wein of Play-PerView, take a question about theatre safety, and recommend shows they’ve viewed.
Known for calm, eye-of-the-storm roles, the Florida-raised actor brings the thunder in his own adaptation of the iconic gangster drama.
How one of our greatest living stage actors keeps it real, even when playing a not-quite-real Hillary Clinton.
The lineup includes two world premieres, a Shakespeare classic, and contemporary plays featuring well-loved celebrities.
The theatre’s new artistic director hopes to make it a home for new plays and a wide range of voices that reflect Los Angeles.
In a move towards more new-play development, a group of Los Angeles writers will receive one-year residencies at the theatre.
The season will feature new plays by José Rivera, Inda Craig-Galván, and a ‘Christmas Carol’ from Jefferson Mays.