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  • In 'Cymbeline,' the plot's the thing

    In 'Cymbeline,' the plot's the thing
    One of Los Angeles' most respected directors meets one of Shakespeare’s least produced plays as Evidence Room founder Bart DeLorenzo takes on the Bard's plot-dizzy, globe-hopping "Cymbeline," at A Noise Within in Pasadena. The production, running...
  • Theater review: 'The Artificial Jungle' at the Lounge Theatre

     
    Margaret Gray reviews "The Artificial Jungle" at the Lounge 1 Theatre....
  • Theater review: 'The Illusion' at A Noise Within

     
    F. Kathleen Foley reviews 'The Illusion' at A Noise Within....
  • UCF alum Brad Schneider in hunt at Southern Amateur

     
    Former UCF standout Brad Schneider stands two shots off the lead at the midway point of this week’s Southern Amateur, tied for second after posting a pair of 3-under-par 69s at Chenal Country Club in Little Rock, Ark. All he has to do is chase...
  • One-act on dating is as charming as it is funny

    With tongue planted firmly in cheek, Burbank’s Falcon Theatre currently offers “The Catholic Girl’s Guide to Losing Your Virginity,” a witty treatise on the balance between love and sexuality. The show’s author and star,...
  • 'Shipwrecked!' at the Geffen is a literate romp

    'Shipwrecked!' at the Geffen is a literate romp
    Victorian hoaxer Louis de Rougemont captivated England with his supposed true adventures as a castaway marooned for decades in the South Pacific. A lethal giant octopus, leisurely rides on sea turtles, buried treasure and a stint as an aborigine tribe'...
  • Theater review: 'Doctor Cerberus' at South Coast Repertory

     
    Who is scarier, the Mummy or Medea? And is there any paranormal activity more chilling than Mary Tyrone haunted by her past in "Long Day's Journey Into Night"? Ever since "Oedipus," the theater has known that there's nothing like family......
  • On Theater: Join 'Ben' for lively fantasy

    What if anything you painted came to life? You'd be considerably better off, but you'd really have to watch your back. That's the crux of "Ben and the Magic Paintbrush," the latest fantasy adventure from South Coast Repertory's Theater for Young...