Reviews for North Hollywood Theatres, Burbank Theatres and shows now playing in Los Angeles and Hollywood theatres. Theatres include: Los Angeles Valley College, J.E.T. Studios, El Portal Theatre, Actors Forum Theatre, Madrid Theatre, ZJU, and many more.
Will Neil Simon’s “shtick,” stick?
As recently as a decade ago, the question would have seemed ridiculous. Community theaters in Southern California, and no doubt much of the rest of the nation as well, had been featuring Simon’s plays in their seasons since the late 1960s. Outside of Shakespeare, it seemed as if no playwright during this period had as many of his works produced for suburban audiences.
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It’s Intense, Highly Controversial, And Puts Religious Faith On Trial
“The Last Days of Judas Iscariot” was written by Stephen Adly Gruirgis, a playwright noted for his religious and political themes. He has taken this play to a new level of complexity for theatrical productions. Originally premiering in New York in 2005 and directed by Phillip Seymour Hoffman, this production at the Victory Theatre in Burbank has a very unique style all its own.
You’ll Want This Group For “Company"
With music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and the book by George Furth, a little show called “Company” opened on Broadway in 1970. It was an instant success and one of the most popular shows to be done across the nation.