Little Children Dream of God @ The Road Theatre, 10747 Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood, 91601. February 23 - April 15
If you want to see a play about Greek tragedy and its effect on a university professor and his student, make a beaten path to the Group Repertory Theatre's production of A.R. Gurney's "Another Antigone" Upstairs at the Group Rep EXTENDED through February 21 in the North Hollywood Arts District.
If you are interested in a play about television, run don’t walk to Theatre 68's production of Michael Elyanow’s “The Idiot Box” running through June 27th at the NoHo Arts Center in the NoHo Arts District.
Verdigris, Written by Jim Beaver, Directed by Mark W Travis.
Theatre West, 3333 Cahuenga Boulevard West, Hollywood.
If you are interested in a play about passion wrapped in poetry make a beaten path to the Group Repertory Theatre’s West Coast Premiere of Frawley Becker’s “Tiger By The Tail” at the Lonny Chapman Theatre in the No Ho Arts District running through April 19th.
"The Shadow Box,'' the 1977 Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning dramatic episodic play by Michael Cristofer that addresses mortality, is now being presented by The Vagabond Players Theatre Company in North Hollywood. Three families residing in cottages tucked away in the woods by a lake confront the inevitable last days of their terminally ill loved ones.
It's a hit! "Cabaret," the 1966 Broadway musical sensation and film adaptation that has won Tony's and Oscars respectively is here in North Hollywood. Presented by The Crown City Theatre, Cabaret is a MUST SEE! Come on, it's Cabaret, what else can I say. Okay, I suppose if you are looking for a review you should get more than this so let me accommodate you.
Starring IAN BUCHANAN & MARIETTE HARTLEY
Written by James Goldman
Directed By Stephanie Vlahos
The Lion in Winter by James Goldman is the perfect play to experience if you enjoy Period Plays and Shakespearean Dramas yet find it challenging following the old Shakespearean language. Written in modern English, The Lion in Winter which premiered on Broadway in 1966 is a play depicting the personal and political conflicts of Henry II of England, his wife Eleanor of Aquitaine, their children and their guests during Christmas 1183. It has all the flavoring and trappings of a medieval setting, royal family rivalry and a touch of comedy, magnificently performed by the cast.