Theater Review: Antaeus Theatre Company’s Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Les Liaisons Dangereuses is a story that would be best served with popcorn and red wine. Written by Christopher Hampton and based on Pierre Choderlos de Laclos’s 1782 novel of the same name, Liaisons opened at the Antaeus Theatre Company in Los Angeles this weekend in a sexy, provocative production that explores the despicable behavior of what … More Theater Review: Antaeus Theatre Company’s Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Theater Review: Antaeus Theatre Company’s As You Like It

“All the world’s a stage…” William Shakespeare’s classic comedy As You Like It features some of his most famous monologues and a great deal of whimsy. Currently being presented in Los Angeles by the Antaeus Theatre Company in a production that makes the four-centuries-old work feel fresh, this charming tale of shepherds, mistaken identity, and love … More Theater Review: Antaeus Theatre Company’s As You Like It

Theater Review: Antaeus Theatre Company’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

“What is the victory of a cat on a hot tin roof?” While the cat’s case is less clear, there are many victories to be found in Antaeus Theatre Company’s take on the Pulitzer Prize-winning Tennessee Williams classic Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, which marks the inaugural production at their beautiful new home, the Kiki … More Theater Review: Antaeus Theatre Company’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Theater Review: Antaeus Theater’s Hedda Gabler

This is not your grandmother’s Hedda Gabler. That much is clear only moments into Antaeus Theatre Company’s current production, which opens in North Hollywood this weekend. This Hedda wears a chic jumpsuit, and with the removal of just a few dated details, Andrew Upton’s more modern version of Henrik Ibsen’s classic could easily take place today. … More Theater Review: Antaeus Theater’s Hedda Gabler