Dr. Jerry Buss hosted a Poker Tournament where "You Hold The Cards To Make A Difference" in support of Smile Train, the world's leading cleft charity. The poker tournament recently took place on Saturday, April 10th at the Bicycle Casino in Bell Gardens
The Life And Times of A Einstein - a heart warming, informative historical play
Billy Elliot the Musical is a poignant story told with sensitivity and pizzazz
Over three million women are affected by domestic violence in the United States
Acclaimed pianist and international sensation Lang Lang teamed with world-renowned conductor Christoph Eschenbach and the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra (SHFO) at Millennium Park’s Harris Theater for a mind blowing musical experience
Celebrating our Earth is both monumental and memorable, especially when the 40-member Chicago Chamber Choir completes its 2009-2010 season with "Grounded: Songs of Our Majestic Earth." The April trio of performances coincide with Earth Day on April 22
In a powerful compelling production, Steppenwolf Theatre presents Endgame by Samuel Beckett as it continues the 2009-2010 theme of belief.
Bizzy is a fun 70's style musical comedy that the whole family can enjoy
One might think that Barbra Streisand, Elton John, Cher, Neil Diamond, Rod Stewart, Pavarotti, Diana Ross are all in one theatre-one stage, but in reality it is the identical twin celebrity impersonators, The Edwards Twins
Live music, fabulous food, entertainment, and did we mention the Beer, Wine and Spirits!
“Langston & Nicholas” is a dramatic recreation of the extraordinary relationship between literary figures Langston Hughes, originator of jazz poetry and Nicholas Guillen, the poet laureate of Cuba.
This stunning play hits the audience in profound ways. No matter who you are there are lines in it that will haunt for days after.....
The thing that impresses me most with this year’s crop of April Fools is that even after they’ve been revealed as fools, they keep coming back for more
Tim Miller delivered his humorous lament about the state of gay and lesbian rights in America through personal accounts and skits on "How The West Was Won" which was at Victory Garden Biograph Theater
The Illinois Institute of Art Chicago Students are making creative waves in the arts industry of Chicago
More than 400 people filled the Phyllis Morris showroom on Robertson Blvd. in Beverly Hills to welcome the return of artist Margaret Keane to Los Angeles
I had the chance to see two operas, Old to the world but New to me, in one weekend. I enjoyed Hamlet and Halka and you can still see them
I was totally mesmerized by the stories of Muslim women told in Unveiled at Victory Gardens Theater
Monday night Karaoke at Cinespace in Hollywood is the place to be if you are looking to be a star and party like one too
The neuromuscular Disease Foundation held its third annual fundraiser to promote awareness of the disease and honor its supporters