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.
In “Ladyhouse Blues,” set in St. Louis in 1919, author Kevin O’Morrison addresses the mistreatment by the US government of returning World War I veterans, stereotyping of French, German, and Eastern European immigrants, fears of Bolshevism, and the role of women in society. He moves deftly among these issues, and others, which provides theatergoers a condensed yet concise look at a period in American history not often portrayed in contemporary popular culture.
Falcon Theatre presents
What a FANTASTIC show!!! DeeDee Rescher as SHIRLEY VALENTINE and directed by Andrew Barnicle combined with an extremely witty and colorful script by Willy Russell, creates an evening of theatre not to be missed at the Falcon Theatre in Burbank.
With book and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse and music by Frank Wildhorn, the Panatages Theatre in Hollywood takes you an interpersonal journey of a man with good intentions but extremely bad executions of his ideas in Broadway bound musical/rock opera “Jekyll & Hyde.”
Opening March of 1991 in an off-Broadway theatre in New York, composers John Kander and Fred Ebb together composed a library of songs and hits that have moved theatre audiences for decades. The NoHo Arts Center in North Hollywood brings this wonderful ensemble of performers and songs together in the production of, “And The World Goes Round.” Plan on an evening of music, dance comedy and songs you’ll be singing when you walk out the door.
“Love Me Deadly Is A Fantastic Original Piece Of Theatre!”
Once again, there is a pleasant surprise waiting for you at Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre in North Hollywood. It’s that of an amazingly fun, hauntingly spooky and humorous adventure set in the past and done in an old radio style drama way. “Love Me Deadly” is an exotically creepy play with uniquely designed sound effects and music accompaniment that actually make you feel like you are really listening (and watching) an old radio drama being performed right in front of your eyes.
As a kid I have always loved magic of all kinds. Watching a live magician has always been fascinating to me especially when you are young and seeing some of the same tricks years later. Magician Albie Selznick takes the center stage in the Road Theatre Company presentation of “Smoke and Mirrors” in North Hollywood.