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Polylogues

Polylogues is a funny, interview-based solo show that explores real people’s experiences with nonmonogamy – and love in all its forms. Writer/performer Xandra Clark is less...

The Judas Kiss

David Hare’s exploration of Oscar Wilde’s doomed romance with Lord Alfred “Bosie” Douglas comes to Pasadena’s Boston Court, a jewel box of a theater that outpunches its...

Polylogues

Polylogues is a funny, interview-based solo show that explores real people’s experiences with nonmonogamy – and love in all its forms. Writer/performer Xandra Clark is less...

Bette Davis Ain’t for Sissies

Bette Davis Ain’t for Sissies, written by and starring Jessica Sherr, is a 90-minute one-woman show about the 1930’s icon, Bette Davis, on the night of the 1939 Academy...

Dr. Bradley’s Fabulous Functional Narcissism

Dr. Bradley’s Fabulous Functional Narcissism to Benefit the Actor’s Fund, Feb. 13, 2019 at 7pm at the Laurie Beechman Theatre. Dr. Bradley’s Fabulous Functional...

Tiny Beautiful Things

Based on the best-selling book by Cheryl Strayed, Tiny Beautiful Things follows the relationships between an anonymous advice columnist named Sugar and the many real-life readers...

Review: Betty Buckley Follows Bette and Bernadette in “Hello, Dolly!”

Betty Buckley is the latest Broadway diva to pick up the baton as irrepressible matchmaker Dolly Levi in the touring production of “Hello, Dolly!” Betty...

“Honky Tonk Laundry” a comedic play by Coyote StageWorks New Musical by Roger Bea

Honky Tonk Laundry is a new musical by Roger Bean and stars Misty Cotton and Bets Malone and tells the hilarious story of Lana Mae Hopkins, owner and proprietress of the Wishy...

Review: An LGBTQ Take on How “Rent: Live” Almost Realized Its Potential

We offer an LGBTQ review of how Fox’s television production of the musical Rent was pretty lively despite being not-quite-live. Rent: Live – A Change in Plans If you...

Secret Identity, a new play by Chris Weikel

The Other Side Of Silence (TOSOS) continues its World Premier production of Chris Weikel’s important and lauded new play about bullying, acceptance, and comic book/superhero...

“Secret Identity”: Superheroes Save LGBT Lives in a New Play

Superheroes are real, some would contend. They simply don’t always show up in spandex, masks and capes to save the day. And sometimes they do. In Chris Weikel’s new...

Three Top Reasons Musical Theater Lovers Will Miss Carol Channing

Why should you mourn the death of actress, singer and musical theater legend Carol Channing, who has died at the age of 97, leaving a legacy of great performances and...