How Equity Waiver theatres fought to be included in the Olympic Fine Arts Festival during the 1984 summer games.
When The Berkoff Family emigrated to the U.S. from Odessa, Russia, youngest daughter Frieda became enamored with American vaudeville.
In the 1850s, eight newly arrived Jewish merchants spoke the first words of mamaloshen in the City of Angels.
The colorful history of KCET’s Hollywood Television Theater and Visions programs.
If you’re familiar with HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, check out this month’s history column for some REAL Eddie Cantor history.
A look into the history of an LA burlesque theatre at the turn of the 20th century.
If ever a theater could be cursed by a single event, it just might be the Majestic.
SSA Globe Theatre becomes an active producing entity in 1974, beginning with Henry V.
When the Majestic officially opened in 1911, it was the most modern legitimate theater operating in LA.
In the early 1960s, enthusiastic young thesp David Galligan is primed to make his mark in tinseltown…