Pick up the costumes from some of your favorite productions when they go on sale this Saturday
We review the latest productions of the Wallis Annenberg Center and the Lonny Chapman Theatre
With a modern script and the real-life magic of award-winning costume designer William Ivey Long, 'Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella' is a reworked classic tale
The 'six merry murderesses' become 'six merry murderers' in this amazing Broadway Backwards performance
The veteran musical theater composer branded Gaga's tribute performance at the Academy Awards 'ridiculous'
More than two decades after it was one of Broadway’s shortest running productions, it’s coming to Los Angeles—this time as a fully immersive theatrical experience
Inspired by the 18th-century Figaro plays of Beaumarchais, the piece is set in a contemporary afterlife where we meet the ghosts of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI
Catch the critically-acclaimed play with an accompanying documentary as it returns to L.A. in March
The 'Glee' star will replace 'Hedwig' creator John Cameron Mitchell in the title role from late April
The show is based on the actor's childhood in a Japanese-American internment camp
The 30th anniversary season will include a show directed by Woody Allen and Philip Glass conducting his 'Dracula' score
'Dame Edna's Glorious Goodbye' comes to DTLA for the very last time, and the lady herself tells us why
Actor and impressionist Michael Airington brings his acclaimed one-man show to Palm Springs, focusing on the famed gay comic’s turbulent life
Our cover star Ryan Raftery stays in-character to discuss his latest one-man show
Murphy's next project will feature both 'Glee' and 'AHS' alums, while the aim is to bring Duchovny and Anderson back to the hit Fox show
This isn't your grandpa's 'Nutcracker,' featuring sets by Disney designers and a show full of spectacular effects, a live horse, pyrotechnics, magic tricks and a flying sleigh
A sequel to the 2004 NY Fringe Fest hit 'Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead,' this sequel continues to reimagine Charles Shultz's iconic 'Peanuts' characters
Third time's a charm for director Michael Blakemore and an 89-year-old Lansbury as the beloved comedy begins its North American tour at the Ahmanson Theatre
Xena the Warrior Princess turns wicked, portraying evil fairy Carabosse in the Pasadena Playhouse's upcoming pantomime rendition of 'Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Knight'
When Mexican composer Daniel Cátan’s Florencia en el Amazonas was first presented by L.A. Opera in 1997, it was newsworthy as the first Spanish-language opera to be commissioned by m...