When four boys from an oppressive Catholic boarding school get their hands on a forbidden copy of "Romeo and Juliet," a night of revelations, unexpected intimacy and universal truths result.
For playwright Charles Busch the concept for his play, "The Divine Sister," was nothing short of creative divine intervention.
Think what you will about Shirley MacLaine and her life or lives. Many have dismissed her "new age" beliefs and the many books written on the topic, but more have read them than can be counted. And no one can lightly cast off her body of work.
Although we can’t have Julie Andrews for this production of "The Sound of Music," I’ll place my bets on Allison Spratt Pearce as Maria. She’s definitely high-spirited, gracious and loves all of "the children."
"Flashdance-The Musical" is one of the most anticipated adaptations of the season, taking its first national tour with a 12-date stop at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts.
How do you solve a problem like Kathy Griffin? At one moment the hysterical and acerbically-tongued comic we all know and fear just a little... and during this interview at least, an articulate and thoughtful voice for change.
Norman Jewison’s 1973 film, now in its 40th anniversary re-release, cast Ted Neeley as the white, hippie prophet in the last days of his life, told from Judas’ point of view (after all, the story wouldn’t exist without him).
A conservative family is torn apart when their liberal daughter writes a tell-all tome about the family secrets.