New Musical Waterfall Brings International Cast and Crew to Pasadena Playhouse

Waterfall aims to portray Asian cultures realistically, not stereotypically.

1 Comment / Jun 26, 2015

This Week in L.A. Theatre

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

0 Comment / Jun 25, 2015

Four More Days to Get Your Bard On at the Fringe

A menu of five Shakespeare-esque options for you to choose from at the Fringe.

0 Comment / Jun 24, 2015

The Horton Awards to Showcase Emerging Dance Artists at Annual Ceremony

On Saturday, June 27, the Dance Resource Center will honor LA dance artists and advocates at the Horton...

0 Comment / Jun 23, 2015

From Passion Project to International Player:
Ben Hill & The Hollywood Fringe Festival

A closer look at what it takes to make #hff15 happen, along with its creator — Ben Hill.

0 Comment / Jun 22, 2015

Show Box Brings Michelle Ellsworth's Preparation for the Obsolescence of the Y Chromosome to Bootleg

Artist Michelle Ellsworth asks audiences: What would a world without men look like?

0 Comment / Jun 19, 2015


The Subtext. Ep.1: Madhuri Shekar

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

2 Comments / Jun 08, 2015

Potholes on the Bike Path.
Our Theater’s Latest Challenge: The Labor Union

Sometimes, on a bicycle, in order to better understand where you’re going, you have to look backwards.

2 Comments / Jun 01, 2015

Inside LA STAGE History: The Drama-Logue Legacy

In early 1972, Bill Bordy publishes the first Hollywood Drama-Logue Casting Sheet...

2 Comments / Jun 01, 2015