- Podcasts in Family
- Stations in Family
Why here? Why now?
p>In the months before D-Day, American troops took over a portion of the English seaside, displacing its residents so they could rehearse the invasion of Normandy in secret.../p>
A complicated history
p>span>em>Zoot Suit/em>, at the Mark Taper Forum, i/span>s an essential piece of Los Angeles' history and, painfully, our political present./p>
An acrobatic whale tale
p>Lookingglass' em>Moby Dick/em> is worth the trip south, just be prepared that not everything is smooth sailing./p>
The politics of collaboration
p>With all due respect to composer Kurt Weill and librettist Maxwell Anderson, the story wasn't the most important thing happening on stage Saturday night during em>Lost in the Stars/em> at UCLA's Royce hall. /p>
What makes technique, technique?
p>em>The Lion/em> is a really tight solo show with remarkable guitar playing. It's a production that's filled with technique and . . . that might be part of the problem./p>