HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING

No one know how to succeed at musicals-in-the-round better than Glendale Centre Theatre, proof positive of which can be savored in their pitch-perfect revival of the 1961 Frank Loesser/Abe Burrow Broadway classic How To Succeed At Business Without Really Trying.
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MY MAÑANA COMES

The subsistence-wage busboy protagonists of My Mañana Comes are young men the average theatergoer would normally pay not much attention to, which is just one reason why Elizabeth Irwin’s 2014 dramedy proves such an engrossing, eye-opening treat in its Los Angeles Premiere at The Fountain Theatre.
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THE GOLDEN DRAGON

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Five exceptional performances, Michael Michetti’s highly imaginative direction, and a breathtaking Theatre @ Boston Court production design add up to reason enough to check out Roland Schimmelpfennig’s The Golden Dragon despite a script more pretentious than profound.
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THE GLASS MENAGERIE

The wordless five-minute sequence that introduces us, heartstoppingly, to a Tom Wingfield haunted by memories that even years of distance have been unable to extinguish is but the first indication that Christian Lebano’s vision for Tennessee Williams’ most enduring classic is one we have not yet seen, and one that we will be talking and thinking about long after the light dims on the last of Tom’s sister’s precious Glass Menagerie.
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THE BOY FROM OZ

Australian entertainment legend Peter Allen lives again as Celebration Theatre treats SoCal audiences to the long-awaited West Coast Premiere of the 2003 Broadway smash The Boy From Oz, the most all-around sensational L.A. intimate-theater musical I’ve seen since the Celebration’s award-sweeping The Color Purple four years back.
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HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING

J. Pierpont Finch is once again learning How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying as Candlelight Pavilion treats Southland audiences not only to its savory cuisine but to the 1961 Frank Loesser/Abe Burrow Broadway gem, adding up to one all-around delicious evening (or afternoon) of musical theater.
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THE END TIMES

A university student raised in a religious cult finds himself beginning to doubt his lifelong beliefs in Jesse Mu-En Shao’s World Premiere drama The End Times, an engrossing, thought-provoking first collaboration between Skylight Theatre Company and Playwrights’ Arena.
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DRY LAND

Fearless only begins to describe the performances being given by Teagan Rose and Connor Kelly-Eiding, the two extraordinary young stars of Ruby Rae Spiegel’s darkly comic, graphically disturbing Dry Land, now getting a riveting West Coast Premiere by The Echo Theater Company.
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