MOST RECENT

Bradley Whitford Narrates 24th Street Theatre's Upcoming Production of Hansel & Gretel Bluegrass

Get a taste of Whitford's character in a new video teaser.

0 Comment / Sep 22, 2016

Celebrating the Extraordinary in Times of Tragedy: Invertigo Dances After It Happened

Magical realism is the leading force behind dance theater group's newest work.

0 Comment / Sep 22, 2016

This Week in L.A. Theatre

LA STAGE Insider. A weekly news column on all things L.A. theatre, from Julio Martinez.

0 Comment / Sep 22, 2016


Wallet-Free Weekend: LA's No-Cost Culture Guide

Cultural events in LA this weekend that won't break your budget.

1 Comment / Sep 22, 2016

Marike Splint Navigates Between the Desire for Belonging and Freedom in Among Us

Experimental artist tackles what it means to be rooted, or uprooted.

0 Comment / Sep 20, 2016

[GALLERY] Opening Night of Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up at CTG/Kirk Douglas

The faces of opening night at the Kirk Douglas.

0 Comment / Sep 19, 2016


This Week in L.A. Theatre

LA STAGE Insider. A weekly news column on all things L.A. theatre, from Julio Martinez.

0 Comment / Sep 15, 2016

[GALLERY] Opening Night Photos of A View from the Bridge at Center Theatre Group

The faces of opening night at the Ahmanson.

0 Comment / Sep 15, 2016

Charm and the Business of Being You

A series about what sticks with us long after the curtain closes, by Hayley Huntley.

0 Comment / Sep 15, 2016



 


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MONTHLIES

Inside LA STAGE History: The Philharmonic Auditorium

From the Hazard Pavilion to the Temple Baptist Church to the Philharmonic Auditorium.

3 Comments / Aug 09, 2016

The Subtext. Episode 15: Carla Ching

A podcast where playwrights talk to playwrights about the things usually left unsaid.

0 Comment / Aug 08, 2016

Actors’ Equity Association vs. Los Angeles Theater

A summary of where the LA 99-seat community stands, and some blue sky thoughts on what's next.

13 Comments / Jul 06, 2016