Ed Rampell: With the Public Theater’s Julius Caesar production coming under attack, free expression is something we can’t get enough of nowadays.
Bill Raden: When its current Shakespeare in the Park production of Julius Caesar recently made an unexpected leap from Central Park’s outdoor Delacorte Theater to the echo chamber of right-wing media, the Public found itself in a decidedly unfamiliar place for live theater in the digital era — on the front page.
Eric A. Gordon: In her hyper-sexualized, precocious community, Sara was vulnerable to abuse, starting at age seven, and began internalizing negative images of herself as a “slut” and “whore.”
The Book of Mormon, a game changing musical pitched at Gen X and the Millennials, captured nine Tonys, including Best Musical, when it opened on Broadway in 2011. It’s still SRO in New York and has been on tour ever since. This week the third national touring show hit the Pantages Theatre. As a newbie, […]
Ed Rampell: As a key scenic artist and set designer, Hill Bauman has imparted her distinct visual sense on productions for some of L.A.’s leading intimate theaters, including Sacred Fools, Boston Court, Rogue Machine, Antaeus, Skylight and more.