‘Zoot Suit’ Return to L.A. Looks Fresh in Today’s Troubled Times [Review]

‘Zoot Suit’ Return to L.A. Looks Fresh in Today’s Troubled Times [Review]

Nearly 40 years after its world premiere, “Zoot Suit’s” look at prejudice and racial tension looked fresh and relevant in today’s politically troubled times in its return to the Los Angeles stage the week of Feb. 16, 2017. In celebration of the Mark Taper Forum’s 50th season, the song-filled play, which was originally commissioned and developed […]

‘Adler & Gibb’ Looks at Art and Reel Life

‘Adler & Gibb’ Looks at Art and Reel Life

On the surface, “Adler & Gibb,” the avant garde Tim Crouch play that made its American premiere this week at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in the Los Angeles area, is about a fictitious dead artist named Janet Adler and her partner, Margaret Gibb. On reflection, “Adler & Gibb” is apropos today with its look at […]

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