Palm Canyon Theatre’s lavish production of “Grand Hotel” is, frankly, fantastic from the actors to the set to the choreography and costumes.
David Green, the founder and executive director of Musical Theatre University, prepares Coachella Valley students for careers on Broadway.
Just in time for tax season, Desert Theatreworks’ “Love, Sex, and the I.R.S.” challenges notions of gender, social acceptance, and traditional marriage.
John Barrowman, the actor-singer who calls the Coachella Valley home, finally shares his talents with the community for ‘One Night Only’.
Coachella Valley Repertory is celebrating its 10th anniversary with the opening of an amazing new playhouse in Cathedral City.
Palm Springs was once the spring break destination until 1986 when the city put and end to it after excessive partying led to rowdy co-eds and 120 arrests.
While a mass killing seems an odd topic for a musical, “The View UpStairs” at Desert Rose Playhouse manages to be both funny and moving.
Bruce Graham’s thought-provoking play White Guy on the Bus about race relations gets the dynamite production it deserves from Dezart Performs.
As part of their eighth season, Desert Ensemble Theatre Company delivers a powerful original play about relationships and their surprising benefits.
Coyote StageWorks’ production of “Honky Tonk Laundry”, a musical featuring the best of country music old and new, really works. And it’s a whole lot of fun.