Experience “The Last, Best Small Town” at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum

Deep in Topanga Canyon woods in Malibu off the side of the road lies an outdoor theatre that has been delighting audiences since the 1950s. It was first built as a refuge for blacklisted artists victimized by the McCarthy Era injustices. Will Geer and his wife Herta Ware built a performance space on their property back then as well as cultivated a large garden and … Continue reading Experience “The Last, Best Small Town” at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum

Review: ‘deLEARious’, will keep you laughing and learning from 60 A.D. through 2017

In deLEARious, a crazy and quick-witted comedy put on by Open Fist Theatre Company at Atwater Village Theatre, the talented cast simultaneously tells the stories of King Lear, Shakespeare writing King Lear, and even the writing of deLEARious itself- try to keep up! King Lear, with seemingly never-ending duplicity and role-changing characters, can be hard to follow. Open Fist’s take, which tells the story using different … Continue reading Review: ‘deLEARious’, will keep you laughing and learning from 60 A.D. through 2017

WIN: LaLaScoop’s 12 Days of Giving in January

The holidays are finally over. Christmas and New Year’s eve sometimes feel like prom, where your expectations can be so grand and there’s always some sort of let down or sigh of relief when it is over. We all know we need to feel better after last year’s SH$TSHOW, so we thought what better way to start 2017 by giving away some of our favorite … Continue reading WIN: LaLaScoop’s 12 Days of Giving in January

LA Theater Review: ‘The Princes of Kings Road’

Fans of theater, architecture and iconic Los Angeles drama must not miss the limited-run play The Princes of Kings Road. This is a story about friendship and feuds, the buildings that changed the face of Los Angeles and the two men whose creative genius built them. An unbelievable true story – friends, colleagues and then enemies – Richard Neutra and Rudolph Schindler end up in … Continue reading LA Theater Review: ‘The Princes of Kings Road’

Lost Girls at the Rogue Machine Theatre

12 Ovation Nominations this season. Winning upwards of 50 awards (including Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle, LA Weekly, Ovation, Garland and BEST PRODUCTION two years in a row), Rogue Machine continues the run of the World Premiere staging of John Pollono’s new play, Lost Girls. Lost Girls is a gritty play with a cast of excellent working class New England characters who like to use … Continue reading Lost Girls at the Rogue Machine Theatre