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‘The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy: Discord’: Theater Review

Three historical heavyweights contentiously collaborate in the afterlife on a recomposed New Testament in this speculative comedy from Bill Maher's longtime writer-producer

‘Choir Boy’: Theater Review

MacArthur "Genius" Grant recipient Tarell Alvin McCraney's black prep school drama soars on its revelatory singing of Negro spirituals

‘Marjorie Prime’: Theater Review

Enduring star Lois Smith headlines this world-premiere production of Jordan Harrison's subdued futuristic play about memory and loss

‘Happy Days’: Theater Review

Brooke Adams and Tony Shalhoub star in a fresh and vital American interpretation of the Samuel Beckett classic

‘Race’: Theater Review

David Mamet's legal satire tackles the American inability to communicate about race

‘The Tempest’: Theater Review

Magician Teller collaborates on the adaptation and direction of Shakespeare's fantastical romance

‘Persians’: Theater Review

Aesychlus' "Persians" gets a simultaneously avant-garde and classical treatment at the Getty Villa in Malibu

‘Bulrusher’: Theater Review

A mixed race teen experiences sexual and political awakening in this Pulitzer Prize finalist set in 1955 rural California

‘I Was Looking at the Ceiling and Then I Saw the Sky’: Opera Review

The 1994 Northridge earthquake is evoked in the Southern California premiere of this little-seen opera by John Adams and the poet June Jordan

‘Reasons to Be Pretty’: Theater Review

Two couples face off and fall out in Neil LaBute's Tony-nominated play about the importance we place on physical beauty

‘Broadway Bound’: Theater Review

Having appeared in the original 1986 Broadway cast, Jason Alexander returns to the closing chapter of Neil Simon's semi-autobiographical "Brighton Beach" trilogy, this time as director.

‘In a Dark Dark House’: Theater Review

Despite contrivances in the play, this production of one of Neil LaBute's most emotionally raw works is confident and compelling.