Julia Migenes sings the songs of Kurt Weill at the Odyssey Theatre.
Netflix's new superhero series "Jessica Jones" is an inspiring and powerful feminist show, that's more daring than most shows on the TV landscape.
In its fourth run since it debuted in 2011, the Ruffians' "Burning Bluebeard" finds a third home, courtesy of the Hypocrites' Den Theatre.
Blue collar dad has his three sons home for Xmas, and the stitching in the family fabric begins to unravel.
"Sunlight" at the Dragon Theatre is mostly about UC Berkeley "torture memo" professor John Yoo, but dressed up in just enough fiction to keep playwright Sharr White from being sued.
A sweet and innocent, if uneventful afternoon in the rain brings Peppa Pig and her plush friends to life for a U.S. tour.
A young aspiring artist from L.A. jets off to Europe to find himself and learns the difference between his art and his life in this semi-autobiographical rock musical at The Wilbury Group.
The new cast recording by this member of the new musical theater wave takes us on a teen journey caused by a "super pill."
Zac Efron is nicely understated but the best performance in "We are Your Friends" is by Wes Bentley who never allows any of the clichés of his character to take over, always giving his DJ on the downswing nuance.