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Disrupting Conscience: The Designated Mourner (Review)

REDCAT theater has done it again. They consistently bring thought-provoking live performance art to Los Angeles. The Designated Mourner on May 12 was no exception. This drama, originally performed in 2000,  is shockingly relevant today. Andre Gregory (My Dinner with Andre), directed both productions. The Designated Mourner examines the balance of interpersonal

ARCHDUKE by Rajiv Joseph (Review)

Inspired by the world changing events leading up to World War I, Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph’s new play Archduke bustles and brims with wit and humor, which counters the weight of its conclusion. While no intention was made to be entirely historically accurate, Giovanna Sardelli’s direction nimbly traverses the

10 Great Places for Theater Performances in DTLA

Nothing can compare to the grandeur of Downtown’s most memorial theatrical performances, encased within Historical landmarks, brought to the stage by some of the world’s most renown performers. From classical productions of Shakespeare to modern day musicals, DTLA has it all. Bob Baker’s Marionette Theater Bob Baker and partner Alton Wood turned

Vagrancy: Theatre Present and Future

It began as a theatre group in 2007 New York, but today the Vagrancy calls downtown Los Angeles home.  Since moving here they've won multiple praises including several at the Hollywood Fringe Festival and the 2015 Ovation award.  Their first classical production won accolades with audiences and critics.     Macbeth, Shakespeare's tragedy of human