The Pre-Sundance Soiree at the Sky Bar plays host
to a bevy of up-and-coming LA talent.
Cirque du Soleil has once again artfully transformed a bland sporting arena (into its own unique magical world: Quidam
Words fail me when I try to describe Rebecca Davis; she wasn’t acting an operatic role; she was channeling the famous Parisian courtesan, Marie Duplessis.
For the fourth fabulous year, Doris Bergman hosted a Pre-Valentine Oscar Gifting Suite at Café La Boheme offering Hollywood Insiders and VIPs a chance for a sneak peak at some of the hottest new fashions, cosmetics, gourmet cuisine, sweets and more
While traditional Valentine’s Day celebrations cater to couples, offering themed entertainment, prix-fixed menus and the requisite box of chocolates, the Queen Mary invites single ladies and gents, both straight and gay, to enjoy a night of live music and dancing where you might just meet your Valentine
The Sexy Little Book of Sex Games
Giuseppe Verdi's Simon Boccanegra at LA Opera starring Placido Domingo is an operatic and cultural phenomenon
Doma Theatre announces their new six-play musical season
Dance Duality combined the works of Thodos Dance Chicago and Luna Negra Dance Theater and was a wonderful opportunity to see the companies' collaboration at the North Shore Center for Performing Arts
Janet Arneau is a reality show & web series content creator & producer, She has also modeled for Wilhelmina and has acted in film and television
My second complete Il Trittico reinforced two of my opinions. One, that Puccini’s three one-acts are even better taken as a whole, and two, that an ROH production with Conductor Antonio Pappano and Stage Director Richard Jones will be first rate.
Born in Croatia, Monika Jakisic, aka ‘The Croatian Sensation,’ arrived on the London scene in the 90s and hasn’t looked back since
Only the second Black woman to be named Miss USA, she's active in many charities and causes
Glencoe’s Writers’ Theatre is proud to present Randall Colburn’s Hesperia, directed by Stuart Carden.
You don't have to be Jewish to enjoy A Jew Grows In Brooklyn - a heartwarming, uplifting experience
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! SHORT EYES WRITTEN BY MIGUEL PIÑERO, DIRECTED BY JULIAN ACOSTA RETURNS TO LOS ANGELES THEATRE CENTER
Anthony Q. Artis, author & filmmaker continues to serve in the film and TV industry, not only as a filmmaker, but also as an educator at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts
An industrialist in the near future utilizes every means possible to get an inventor to sign over his revolutionary creation that will inevitably change the world. Corporate greed never met creative angst with such dramatic and hilarious results
Last Chance! Final Month for Warriors, Tombs and Temples at the Bowers Museum
This year surprise your Valentine with a special treasure hunt