A smashing directorial debut for Vincent Gagliostro
Can a play teach us how to battle prejudice and fears in the era of Trump-fueled socio-political retrogression?
Sir Matthew Bourne's only appearance in the U.S. this year is a must see in Beverly Hills
After Louie confronts a generational shift on AIDS activism and gay identity
A dark night of the soul becomes a celluloid catharsis
Drag and the theatre go together like fishnet stockings and stiletto heels. After all, cross-dressing on stage was standard practice even before Shakespeare (by legal necessity)...
There’s an antiquated British expression which describes a trip to the theater as “going to hear a play.” This might seem a quaint concept in our...
An innovation in Theater at Wallis Annenberg Center
A welcome sequel, even if it’s not a masterpiece