Dragons delighted and took to the air in How to Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular at the United Center. The beloved 2010 Academy Award Winning DreamWorks movie came to life in a visual, breathtaking experience
Actress Sarah Michelle Geller (aka, Buffy) received the Tom Mankiewicz Leadership Award at the Annual Beastly Ball held at the Los Angeles Zoo. This eventattracted nearly 800 people and raised over one million dollars.
Director Gregg T. Daniel talks theatre & the latest production from Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble: ELMINA’S KITCHEN the story of a bitter clash of values between 3 generations of black men & its effect on their family & community
"I hope to understand what the composer and librettist wish to communicate with their original work and then interpret it in a way that is at once vital . . clear . . exciting and entertaining" - Harry Silverstein, Director
Ten years ago Medea, the famed sorceress, had a spectacular day in which, to punish her faithless lover, she murdered their two small children, set fire to her successful rival and poisoned the girl's aged father - what will she do for an encore?
Stone Marker is a Suzanne DeLaurentiis Production in association with Promethean Light Media. The Red Carpet Premiere of Stone Marker took place on July, 26th 2012 at the AMC Universal Citywalk Stadium in Universal City, California.
Morgan Freeman’s vast body of consistently solid work, an actor who has graced the both the big and little screens with calm determination and a most distinctive voice. He is held in the highest esteem as one of Hollywood’s most respected actors
Fela!,the 2010 Best Musical Tony Award®-nominated musical, opens December 14th at the Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson Theatre. This musical is filled with exuberant music of Afrobeat legend Fela Anikulapo-Kuti and will continue through January 22,2012
Rob Reiner cut his acting chops as “Meathead” on the “All in the Family” television series. Since then, Rob has more than carved out his own unique creative niche and has become one of Hollywood’s most sensitive directors