Maggie McKay


Maggie McKay Reviews Cirque Du Soleil's Dazzling New 'Volta'!

WOW! That's what I was saying allll night OUT LOUD at Cirque du Soleil's 41st original production since 1984 and it's 18th show under the Big Top. I remember the first show and several in between but I'm telling you this one takes the cake, every year they seem to outdo themselves and that's no...
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The Bai Ice Rink in DTLA

Are You Ready for Holiday Festivities? Maggie Mckay Checks Out The Bai Ice Rink in DTLA

Nothing says the holidays like ice skating in DTLA. Maggie McKay checked out the ice rink at Pershing Square and ​​talks with general manager Robert Keith.
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Maggie McKay Reviews Key Largo at The Geffen

Andy Garcia....right there you know this is going to be good! Key Largo was originally a play by Maxwell Anderson in 1939 then came the classic film directed by John Huston in 1948 starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. Now the world premiere adaptation of Key Largo is in full swing at The...
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Maggie McKay Chats With Tim Robbins, Director of the Stage Adaptation of '1984'

Maggie McKay talks with director/actor/activist Tim Robbins about The Actors' Gang new season and more.
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Maggie McKay Sits Down with Renowned Director, Tim Robbins

The Actors’ Gang Artistic Director Tim Robbins will join the cast of The Actors’ Gang Theater’s new production of 1984, written by George Orwell and adapted by Michael Gene Sullivan. In addition to Robbins portraying the show’s antagonist “O’Brien,” he will be serving as director making it Robbins...
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Maggie McKay Catches up With Betty Buckley ahead of Buckley's Performance Dates

Betty Buckley has been singing and acting for decades and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Maggie McKay catches up with her ahead of her dates at The Segerstrom Center for the Arts.
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Maggie Mckay Reviews Walls Defend Divide and the Divine at The Annenberg Space for Photography

The Annenberg Space for Photography has a new exhibit called W|ALLS: DEFEND, DIVIDE, AND THE DIVINE.
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Maggie McKay Reviews The Geffen's Production of Skintight

Skintight at the Geffen Playhouse in Westwood is funny and sad, heavy and light but most of all original. Playwright Joshua Harmon says he wanted to write a play about youth while he was still technically young. When he started the play he was in his 20's. it's about a family who has everything but...
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Little Shop of Horrors is Back at The Pasadena Playhouse

Little Shop of Horrors is coming to the Pasadena Playhouse!
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Maggie McKay Sits Down With Legendary Trumpet Player Herb Alpert

Listen Here as Maggie McKay Chats with Herbie Alpert.
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