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Aniston Talks Oscar Snub, Razzie Nom and Acting Cred

By Mike Cidoni Lennox | Jan 24
At long last, critics saw Jennifer Aniston fulfill potential first revealed in 2002's art-house hit "The Good Girl" in an even darker, more daring role in the drama "Cake," in which she plays a drug-addicted woman in chronic physical and emotional pain.

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Theatre Review :: Honeymoon in Vegas

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 24
Tony Danza snags big marquee ticket sales for "Honeymoon in Vegas," playing an extended run at the Nederlander Theatre.

Theatre Review :: Bedlam's Saint Joan

By Clinton Campbell | Jan 24
This fast paced, witty, tragic, and impeccably performed show will convert even the most jaded. It is not to be missed.

Theatre Review :: Billy Elliot The Musical

By Michelle Sandoval | Jan 23
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts stages the new classic, "Billy Elliot the Musical."

Theatre Review :: Plastic Revolution

By Beth Dugan | Jan 23
"Plastic Revolution" is the story set to music of how the advent of the Tupperware-era in America changed the lives of housewives everywhere.

Theatre Review :: Collected Stories

By Christopher Verleger | Jan 23
An aspiring writer and her mentor fight an intellectual duel reminiscent of Eve and Margot in 2nd Story's flawless production of Donald Margulies' drama.

Back in the Spotlight Again

By Richard Dodds | Jan 22
Billy Porter knows what it's like to be an overnight sensation. He's done it twice.

Theatre Review :: Stomp

By Becky Sarwate | Jan 22
Bank of America Theatre stages the fun theater classic, "Stomp."

Theatre Review :: The Manor

By Michelle Sandoval | Jan 21
Theatre 40 is back this month for its thirteenth year of "The Manor," a real life soap opera based on true events, presented on location at Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills.

Theatre Review :: Bug

By Matthew Martello | Jan 21
Paranoia is alive and well as Tracy Letts' "Bug" takes the stage at Cockroach Theatre in Las Vegas.

Theatre Review :: Clown Bar

By Michelle Sandoval | Jan 21
redwhite+blueArt Productions' brilliant production of "Clown Bar" can only be described as a dark, whodunit noir with derelict clowns.

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