Filmmaker JC Calciano of “The 10 Year Plan” talks happy endings and orientation-blind casting before the film screens Aug. 28 in Palm Springs.
The Desert Air Hotel in Rancho Mirage was the brainchild of prominent Los Angeles architect Hank Gogerty, opening in 1951 and attracting Hollywood celebs.
The Green Room Theatre Company celebrates diversity while cultivating local talent with “Sister Act: A Divine Musical Comedy” set for a three-day run in July.
A new film, “Call Me Brother”, premiering this weekend, explores the dark comedic side of sibling incest and was financed by a Palm Springs resident.
Palm Canyon Theatre’s “Spring Awakening” is a worthwhile show with plenty of fun musical numbers, extremely inventive choreography, and serious teen angst.
Called “the stage mother of all musicals,” the Desert Rose Playhouse production of “Ruthless! The Musical” is over-the-top camp at its very best.
As the gay rights movement marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, it’s important to look back — and forward — on that fateful day in New York.
Encore Theatre District is bringing a terrific close to the Palm Springs theater season with the production of “Falling” at Palm Springs High School.
Coachella Valley Repertory’s final offering of the season, Good People, is a very smart play that examines the different paths people’s lives take.
Providing a space for bourgeoning playwrights to see their shows performed, Script2Stage2Screen has been making dreams come true for the past decade.