Monday, June 17

‘Hamlet’ departs from traditional production

‘Hamlet’ departs from traditional production L.A. Repertory ‘s actors prove to be mainstays of play By Jennifer Richmond Daily Bruin Staff When William Shakespeare wrote "Hamlet" he probably didn’t have the Los Angeles Repertory’s production in mind. Read more...



Band past its prime bores Roxy’s crowd

Band past its prime bores Roxy’s crowd By Brian Remick Though they present themselves as an "escape from grunge," the Lightning Seeds’ on-stage presence lacks so much excitement that Alice In Chains seems intoxicating by comparison. Read more...


Beatts directs ‘Pants on Fire’

Beatts directs ‘Pants on Fire’ Former ‘SNL’ writer chooses a new path in one-woman play By Barbara Hernandez Daily Bruin Staff Former "Saturday Night Live" writer Anne Beatts finds it hard not to be homesick. Read more...


Dahl’s latest ‘seduction’

Dahl’s latest ‘seduction’ With Last Seduction director Dahl takes noir from cable to big screen By Mike Horowitz Daily Bruin Senior Staff John Dahl’s second feature film, Red Rock West, was released on video nationally and he hoped no one would watch it. Read more...



LaJoye’s ‘Snowflake’ finds solace in hope-laden junk

LaJoye’s ‘Snowflake’ finds solace in hope-laden junk Former clown’s hometown hero inspires comedy By Rodney Tanaka Each snowflake that falls to earth possesses unique characteristics. Each performance of Gale LaJoye’s one-man show "Snowflake," also changes with each new inception. Read more...