Show traces out an “average day in the life of Charlie Brown”
Church players, led by veteran TV actor Daniel Roebuck, give ‘The 39 Steps’ a go in this parody of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 film of the same name. Proceeds will benefit St. Francis Xavier Church and School in Burbank.
Like the old saying, the show made you laugh and it made you cry. Actually, it made the packed audience laugh a lot.
You’ll not only see veteran actors at the top of their craft, but also exquisitely rendered violin performances from prodigy Geneva Lewis, already amazing at 14
J & J PRODUCTIONS at Theatre Banshee – Burbank – Announces January/2013 Opening Headliners Including Jimenez, Cabling, Peters, and More
An unusual blend of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist and A Christmas Carol, this play parodies yet still honors the two great stories, while peppering in perfectly placed modern jokes that even the most hip, technologically advanced tween will get.
American Fiesta is the kind of entertainment that makes it clear why The Colony Threatre continues to be one of the nation’s top theatrical venues.
The questions raised here may not coax anyone out of the glass closet. But at least on our end, they can remove the duct tape from the door.
No matter which team you’re batting for, you’ll admire the game that Justin Love puts together: a media-savvy set, upbeat music, snappy choreography, sidesplitting characters and lead actors who wear the play’s serious message lightly on their matinee idol shoulders
Everyone is talking about not only the great performances, but the incredible production values that rival professional productions
BurbankNBeyond’s Greg Simay had the pleasure of interviewing Demand PR’s David Elzer. David is a tireless booster of the live theatre scene in and around LA, cajoling critics to give the latest offerings a serious look.
Picture this. You’re a young woman, early twenties tops. You’ve just graduated with a fancy MBA, but you’re trapped in minimum wage Hell
Media City Dance studio produces a fantastical ballet based on the story of the lost city of Atlantis. Ninety students, ranging in age from 3 to 70, don whimsical costumes to depict characters one might encounter under the sea