A blind date at the Saroyan Theatre does not result in happiness ever after for guest theater critic Heather Parish.
Review: In Good Company’s frothy ‘All Shook Up,’ the King and the Bard team up to celebrate the sauciness of the ’50s
Heather Parish writes that this production at Roger Rocka's Dinner Theater is a crowd-pleaser for fans of mid-America nostalgia.
White turned her breast cancer diagnosis and subsequent need to shave her head into an unforgettable piece of performance art for family and friends. Heather Parish writes about the experience…
Review: There’s a lot to love (or perhaps mildly like) in a new adaptation of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ at 2nd Space
Heather Parish reviews the Good Company Players production. Kate Hamill's new adaptation might surprise Jane Austen fans.
THEATER REVIEW: At Selma Arts Center, ‘Monsters’ offers clever intersection between D&D and the real world
Aleah Rashel Muniz and Liliana Morgan offer strong performances under Claudio Laso's direction. Heather Parish offers her view.
What did people stream, read and listen to? In the second installment of this special series, we hear from Armen Bacon, Camille Gaston, Stephen Wilson, K.C. Rutiaga, Lee Herrick and…