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Wednesday, 17 May 2017 12:35

The Lyons

The Lyons playing at th Road Theatre in the NoHo Arts District through July 1

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Wednesday, 18 May 2016 16:06

John Is a father

John Is a Father extends through July 16!

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Theatre Review - Birder

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Friday, 19 February 2016 14:55

Theatre Review Broken Fences

Written by Steven Simoncic

Directed by Andre Barron

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Things Being What They Are, Written By Wendy MacLeod, Directed By Andre Barron

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Thursday, 23 April 2015 07:14

Mud Blue Sky @ Road Theatre Company

Mud Blue Sky, written by Marisa Wegrzyn, directed by Mary Lou Belli

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Sunday, 01 March 2015 16:21

Review - The Other Place

Sam Anderson and Taylor Gilbert star in the Los Angeles premiere of "THE OTHER PLACE

If you are interested in a play about the redemptive power of love, make your way to The Road Theatre Company’s production of the Los Angeles Premiere of “The Other Place” by Sharr White at the Road Theatre on Magnolia in the No Ho Arts District running through April 11th.

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Wednesday, 08 May 2013 15:19

Senior Living: The Art of Right-sizing

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Planning the “what’s next” in our lives is always invigorating.  For many of us, the kids have been out of the house for years and we‘re beginning to really feel that sense of freedom.  Now’s the time we can do what we want to do and, more importantly, live how we want to live.

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NoHo Senior Arts Colony First To Pair Professional Theatre With Active Adult Artists’ Apartment Community

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Friday, 08 June 2012 09:44

Theatre Review >> That Good Night

Bernie Zilinskas and Melissa Kite star in the World Premiere of the Road Theatre Company production of THAT GOOD NIGHT, written by Andrew Dolan and directed by Scott Alan Smith and now playing at the ROAD THEATRE THEATRE.

As written by Andrew Dolan, That Good Night is, at the core, a very sad story about a family coming together to deal with their dad’s (Leon Russom is ferocious as the comatose father) last days. Dolan knows a thing or two about psychology and treats the trauma at hand, by administering the audience some heavy-duty doses of hilarity. Under the inspired direction of Scott Alan Smith, the talented ensemble cast delivers the story with a loaded fierceness that pushes and pulls the audience through a range of complicated emotions.

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