Say Farewell to The Steve Allen Theater — A Creepy Theater Institution

We’ve seen a bunch of great shows at Hollywood’s Steve Allen Theater — everything from Jeffrey Combs’ heartwrenching performance as […] Read more

“Lunatics and Actors” and an Amused Audience

Let’s get the unpleasantries out of the way first: Lunatics and Actors, a Four Clowns production running now through May […] Read more

Attack of the Rotting Corpses: Packed In Grisly Fun

Zombie Joe… that’s a name to conjure with, for underground theater fans in the LA area. Maybe the productions at […] Read more

Wicked Lit 2015: Topping the Un-Toppable

So this is not your reviewer’s first experience at Wicked Lit in mysterious Altadena, California, but it may just be […] Read more

Ghoulmaster’s Haunted Playhouse: High-Energy Halloween Fun That’s Charged With Positivity

Ghoulmaster’s Haunted Playhouse is just a charmer. That’s the word for it: Charmer. It’s a love letter to Halloween, horror […] Read more

Mini-Review: Ghosts of Ma Barker—A Satisfying Mix of Spectres and Hoodlums

The recently closed production of T.S. Devai’s play, The Ghosts of Ma Barker, at the Ruby Theatre at The Complex […] Read more

From Beyond and The Monkey’s Paw: A First-Class Night of Entertainment in the Mausoleum from Unbound Productions

L.A.’s own Unbound Productions does more than just their acclaimed annual Wicked Lit show—they offer up smart, often delightfully macabre […] Read more

Smoke and Mirrors Returns to Blend Humor and Pathos Better Than Ever

In the return engagement of Albie Selznick’s almost-one-man-show, “Smoke and Mirrors” (directed by David Schweizer), it’s easy to see that […] Read more