Sunday, July 23, 2006 at midnight (Broadway Time)

And the fourth wall crumbles by Diane Haithman

What Los Angeles is not known for is audiences who shout at the stage in reaction to political content. But such has been the case at the Geffen Playhouse in recent weeks for Sam Shepard's left-leaning political farce "The God of Hell," running through next Sunday at the Westwood venue.

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Beginning to See The Light By: Michael Portantiere

Christine Andreas has the plum role of Margaret Johnson in the national tour of The Light in the Piazza.

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Goodbye, Dr. Carter; hello, Dali By Diane Haithman

By playing the surrealist in the comedy 'Lobster Alice' at his home stage, Noah Wyle picks up his post-'ER' career.

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A steady diet of plot luck By Mike Boehm

Suzan-Lori Parks wrote a daily playlet for a year. Now she and her producer just ask theaters to trust them.

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All the World's a Stage (and Somebody Has to Move It)

No fewer than 10 plays are currently running in repertory at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, in Ashland, which makes for some very busy stagehands.

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With a new Broadway-bound production of "A Chorus Line" starting today at the Curran Theatre courtesy of Best of Broadway, even a young person's thoughts turn to the original show, which cam…

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Season's greetings By Judith Newmark

Other people may love old movie musicals as much as Paul Blake does. But how many share his faith in their future?

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