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.
Eizabeth Smart found a way to move forward from her own personal horror story to help others by becoming an activist for children.
While the new play at Coachella Valley Repertory, White, is short, it’s tightly written, and asks plenty of compelling questions.
“Looped” is a unique bit of theatrical genius in which a fading film star is the devil, not Hollywood itself at Desert Rose Playhouse in Rancho Mirage.
Dezart Performs’ lavish production of Topher Payne’s Perfect Arrangement is a masterpiece in telling the story of two couples living a double life.
Robbie Wayne speaks about his plans for the playhouse, his first season as producing artistic director at The Desert Rose Playhouse.
The Coachella Valley has so many performance venues that it would be impossible to see everything they offer. But it’s worth trying.