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Daryl H. Miller

Daryl H. Miller has been besotted with the arts since age 5, once he was old enough to sing with the church youth choir, and has yet to top the thrill of portraying Billy Bigelow in his rural high school’s production of “Carousel.” He has been covering the arts in Southern California for three decades for the Los Angeles Times, Daily News, LA Weekly, Orange County Register and other publications. He is also a copy editor.
'Love Never Dies,' a sequel to 'Phantom of the Opera,' struggles to abduct us

Andrew Lloyd Webber writes more music of the night for the Phantom of the Opera in this infamously uneven sequel to his hit musical. The story moves to Coney Island, where the Phantom remains so obsessed with Christine that he abducts her and her family. Not a musical for the #MeToo era.

Women, united: Evil stirs 'The Madres' to action in Argentina

At a time when female solidarity is making headlines, L.A. playwright Stephanie Alison Walker delivers this new play at the Skylight Theatre in Los Feliz.

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