Topic: Theater

BOSTON — “Little Women, the Musical,” is coming to Boston. Based on Louisa May Alcott’s life, the book Little Women (on which the musical is based) follows the adventures of sisters Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy March. Jo is trying to sell[...]

NEW YORK — Zabelle, Nancy Kricorian’s award-winning novel about one woman’s survival of the Armenian Genocide, is being produced by Egg & Spoon as part of its third season. The piece was originally created and produced at[...]

HOLLYWOOD — His music became the stuff of legend. His journey to worldwide acclaim the touchpoints of the so-called American Dream. The son of Armenian Genocide survivors, with no formal education or musical training, Charles Aznavour[...]

NEW YORK — The East Coast Armenian community enjoyed a special weekend of humor and laughter on May 10 and 11, when the “Big Bad Armo Show” (BBAS) presented its bilingual comedic sketches titled “Live in NYC” at the[...]

HOLLYWOOD — A bio-musical on the life and music of legendary singer Charles Aznavour will debut at the Hotel Café Saturday, October 12, at 7 p.m. The production, written by Taleen Babayan, digs deep into primary sources, including[...]

ORADELL, N.J. — Joe Assadourian is a hugger. He doesn’t offer a half-hearted greeting, but a tight embrace, holding on for a few seconds as if enveloping a long-lost friend. He hugs and talks to everyone, removing any barriers with[...]

LOS ANGELES — His Armenian identity was a paramount force in writer William Saroyan’s life, his stories and pages filled with characters, dialogues and themes that reflected his cultural values, mores and history. For the first time[...]

NEW YORK — Actress, filmmaker, festival director, writer and translator: these are just some of the roles that Nora Armani plays in her everyday life. In fact, Armani was recently labeled “Wonder Woman” by noted European critic Natja[...]

LOS ANGELES — Rogue Machine Theatre (2017 Ovation Award “Best Season,” and two-time recipient of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle “Polly Warfield Award for an Excellent Season in a Small to Mid-Size Theatre”) presents[...]

By Nancy Kalajian Special to the Mirror-Spectator CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Nora Theatre Company’s “The Women Who Mapped the Stars,” just finished a month-long run at the Central Square Theater, as part of the Brit d’Arbeloff Women[...]