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There are currently at least three productions of Shakespearean plays and variations, some more successful than others.
Two of the area's larger theaters are compensating for CTG's apathy toward its home town with productions about Eastside garment workers.
Terrifically rewarding. You can run downtown through Oct. 3 to see for yourself.
"The Princes of Kings Road" imagines the time when the architects found themselves sharing a hospital room.
A show of Eric Garcetti's social media photos opens downtown on Saturday and runs through Oct. 31.
The Broad on Bunker Hill looks to be a hit. The Petersen, on the other hand, looks like something...
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Analyst Ken Doctor says the fight for Times control is still on and has some intriguing wrinkles.
Another gallery event where the art gets hijacked by the weird. And we mean that in a good way.
Watts Village Theater Company is observing the 50th anniversary of its community's most famous historical moment. And more local productions.

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The ashes of Ray Richmond's mom may have been upstairs in the VIP area. But the family felt her presence.
The new Clifton's opened last week but was unexpectedly closed all weekend "due to some unforeseen circumstances," a sign taped to the door said.
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