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17 of China’s most celebrated national treasures — State of the art concert production techniques — High definition digital video and lighting — 7.1 surround
Must close Sunday April 30, 2017 – 3PM showtime
Mindy Sterling, famous for her role as Frau Farbissina in the “Austin
On Friday, April 28, Center Theatre Group will launch the newly created free concert event “Broadway at Grand Park” from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. with cast
Dance reveals its powerful theatricality as The Music Center, L.A.’s performing arts destination, welcomes Scottish Ballet on May 19 – 21, 2017 as part of the
Offering a nostalgic and carefree vibe, the stylishly retro, mid-century modern Hotel Valley Ho is a Palm Springs kind of oasis in Scottsdale,
Renowned for staging classic works, The Antaeus Theatre Company inaugurates its new home in Glendale with a fully partner-cast production of Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize-winning mast…
ONE WEEK REMAINS to see Rules of Seconds.
Show must close April 15, 2017.
In playwright and actor John Pollono’s latest play Rules of Seconds the antique
Reykjavík Festival is presently taking place at Walt Disney Concert Hall and runs until April 17 with an assortment of concerts.
This week the LA Phil perform
Last Sunday the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival presented And All That Jazz at the Electric Lodge in Venice Beach, hosted by filmmaker Lynne Conner, and
PST: LA/LA TEACHER LAUNCH – APRIL 5, 2017
To kick-off the educational programming for Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative, the LA Promise Fund will be holding a
On March 23, 2017 at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre in Hollywood the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival or LAWTF, held the opening Gala for their
The world premiere Malicious Bunny is a guest production at the Actors Company Let Live Theater directed by Bryan Fox and written by Mathew A.
Opening tomorrow night, The Wooster Group’s newest work The Town Hall Affair delves into the revolutionary fervor of feminist thinking and art “happenings” of 1970s New York.
American modern dancer and choreographer, Martha Graham changed the face of dance during the 20th Century. Her influence on dance has been compared with the influence
An Icelandic immersion awaits on Friday, April 7, with the Reykjavík Festival’s Opening Night: Made in Iceland – Live featuring music, visual art, film, and an exclusive
If you want some insight into what the Point Blank L.A. classroom might be like, now’s your chance!
This Thursday—16th March—Point Blank Los Angeles will be
Corinne Bailey Rae, Common, The Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’ Band, Lalah Hathaway, Hudson with Jack DeJohnette, Larry Grenadier, John Medeski, John Scofield, The Kenny
Four performances remain! Tonight, Saturday and Sunday – see full schedule below.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater has returned to The Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler
Within the confines of a claustrophobic society, how does one defend one’s honor? At what point do you feel compelled to accept a challenge and risk death?
An exciting night of celebration of the finest theater productions that have happened over the past year, the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award ceremony
Sexy, sordid, sleazy fun—a new acrobatic and cabaret show straight out of Vegas (and straight out of the past) is coming to L.A. for a limited
Swinging social commentary abounds with the lively, if overlong Zoot Suit, a mostly upbeat revival now playing at the Mark Taper Forum.
With swagger and flair, Demian
A rare and vital opportunity for American opera creators to test new works before the public, in a concert setting with full orchestra, is happening
Summer is nearly here and once again the Los Angeles Philharmonic is offering an exciting lineup of concerts at the Hollywood Bowl.
The LA Phil
With a running time of three hours and 20 minutes, including an intermission, this theatrical experience really is a long haul. Eugene O’Neill’s semi-autobiographical four-act drama
Mexican photographer Fernando Aceves was employed by a concert promoter to photograph David Bowie and his band when they were touring his country in 1997. Bowie
Center Theatre Group is excited to announce the Block Party Kick-Off Event at the Kirk Douglas Theatre.
Bring your appetite and your
On the last day of the National Month of Outrage: Theatre Artists Unite, ARTISTS RISE UP LOS ANGELES presents a very special benefit evening, E
The Los Angeles Philharmonic presents a trip around the globe with its World Music series 2016/17 season at Walt Disney Concert Hall. The four-concert series includes some
This winter, visit a reimagined Skirball gallery for the inaugural Performance Lab—a specially curated season of innovative dance, theater, and multimedia performance. With three L.A. prem…
KCETLink Media Group, a leading national independent nonprofit public broadcast and digital network, has announced a call for entries for the 18th annual FINE