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Three Actors Chart the Life of One Character in Quiara Alegría Hudes's Elliot Trilogy
Peter Mendoza, Sean Carvajal, and Peter Pasco explore the fallout of war in three plays running concurrently in Los Angeles.
Lyricist Alan Bergman Keeps the Music Playing
With his wife, Marilyn, Bergman has written celebrated songs, including "The Way We Were." Their work is now featured at the Geffen Playhouse in Chasing Mem'ries.
11 Asian-American Shows to Watch For in the 2017-18 Season
A (mostly) definitive list of productions across the U.S. that are addressing the Asian-American experience this season.
For Carmen Cusack, A.J. Shively, and Bright Star, the Fourth Time's the Charm
Cusack and Shively bring their performances back to the West Coast where they began.
First Person: Alessandro Camon on the Trauma of Isolation in Time Alone
The author's new play deals with incarceration and the "walls that divide us."
5 Questions With Big Night's Wendie Malick
The Emmy-nominated veteran of TV's Just Shoot Me! and Hot in Cleveland returns to the L.A. stage in Paul Rudnick's new comedy.
Do You Need to Choose Between Acting and Playwriting If You Want a Career?
An emerging class of actor-playwrights is changing the way we look at a life in the theater.
Sondheim Secrets of Jonathan Groff, Vanessa Williams, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Groff, Williams, and Ferguson will be joined by Carmen Cusak, Ruthie Ann Miles, and even more Broadway stars in Sondheim on Sondheim at the Hollywood Bowl.