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The Chicago Greeks
Each fall the Getty opens its outdoor amphitheater in Malibu to a theater company to produce a classic Greek or Roman play for a modern audience. The gods are particularly demanding in Euripedes' final play, Iphigenia in Aulis , this year's offering, produced by Chicago's Court Theatre.
Fall theater preview
Okay, get out your calendars. Here's a short list of LA theater that's going to be worth the trip this fall.
A crisis in governance
Last week the Geffen Playhouse announced a new artistic director . . . but the real news is how they got rid of their old one.
Don't look behind this door
The joy of the familiar is that it let's you focus on the specific. Unfortunately, Tom Jacobson's The Devil's Wife is familiar, but that doesn't help.
When the policy is more important than the dramaturgy
The trouble with autobiographical solo shows is that sometimes what happens in life doesn’t match up with the best dramaturgy. In Alex Alpharoah’s case, that’s a good thing.