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  • L.A. theater openings, Dec. 7-14: 'Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Knight' and more

    L.A. theater openings, Dec. 7-14: 'Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Knight' and more
    The Troubies will rock you with a Queen-inspired take on a classic fairy tale, the witches of "Wicked" are back on the boards at the Pantages, and Lucy Lawless is looking pretty wicked herself in "Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Knight."
  • L.A. theater openings, Nov. 16-23: 'FDR' and more

    L.A. theater openings, Nov. 16-23: 'FDR' and more
    Emmy winner Ed Asner portrays the 32nd U.S. president in a solo show at Laguna Playhouse, Hershey Felder salutes yet another music legend at the Geffen, and a classic British farce comes to the Mark Taper Forum. The Tempest Aquila Theatre Company...

    The Biblioracle: Favorite fictional places

    The Biblioracle: Favorite fictional places
    When I was young, whenever I'd go into a new house, I'd pretend I needed to go to the bathroom, and instead go searching for a wardrobe that might take me to Narnia. American houses are big on closets, so I often wouldn't find a wardrobe, but any...

    Smash hits coming to Segerstrom Center

    Smash hits coming to Segerstrom Center
    Previewing a theater season at Segerstrom Center for the Arts is like walking into a shoe retailer and eyeing a variety of styles created by the best designers. There is the classic, the vintage and the contemporary. And red patent-leather high-heel...

    Segerstrom Center's 2014-15 season to feature new dance stagings

    Segerstrom Center's 2014-15 season to feature new dance stagings
    What if the story of Eva Peron were told by Argentine dancers and musicians performing traditional tangos from Argentina instead of a Broadway score by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice? Will Southern California audiences, who apparently never have...