The Repertory Opera Company, dedicated to making classical opera accessible to the community for a minimal price, presents Susannah.
Allegorical Scene, a depression-era mural will be unveiled at Pulaski Park Field House, June 29th. The public is invited.
From his leisurely, yet confident saunter on stage to begin his first set, to the impassionate harmonica solo at the end of the show, G. Love simply beckons the crowd to move, shout and clap your hand and say "oh, yeah!".
With soaring arias and passionate duets, the LA Opera presents one of the most popular operas of all time.
The American Apparel & Footwear Association raises a record $1.2 Million on behalf of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital with their annual gala honoring Marlo Thomas, Betsey Johnson, Simon Doonan, Peter Boneparth, and Blake Nordstrom.
The full circle of adaptation: Los Angeles Times Festival of Books Event Proclaims UCLA/Westwood Village as Site for upcoming Los Angeles Film Festival
In this darkly comedic modern day love story, brotherly blood is thinner than water. But, the script and performances are even thinner.
The Skirball Cultural Center Presents Rwanda/After, Darfur/Now: Photographs by Michal Ronnen Safdie. Struggling in the aftermath of genocide.
What do you do when your sweetheart is a slob? Ask the Goddess offers "make it or break it" relationship advice from relationship expert, Kelly Sullivan Walden, author of Discover Your Inner Goddess
The University of Chicago's Court Theatre concludes a very successful 2005-06 season with the production of LETTICE AND LOVAGE.
Big Girls, Big Hair, Big Issues in 1960' Baltimore. Hairspray is back at the Pantages.
In the multi-Tony Award-winning Hairspray, it's 1962 - the '50s are out and change is in the air.
Chic Angelenos gather to benefit Friendly House, a community alcohol and drug recovery organization, and honor Paige Adams-Gellar for her service to women and fashion.
Norman Mailer, Wells Fargo and Evenlyn Hoffman Honored at Gala Hosted by Keith Carradine.
Reginald Hudlin announced the nominees for this years BET awards
Xavier Rudd returns to his second home base, Canada, to once again amaze his audience with his powerful performance, mesmerizing lyrics and memorable presence.
If you go see Friends With Money, you'll be wasting yours.
The Hollywood Symphony Orchestra honors an art form rarely heard on the concert stage to its full dramatic effect, and elevates it to sublime heights.
Breaking the silence is the first of step to end sexual violence. Students and survivors raise their voices and art to end sexual violence.
Dallas psychiatrist and artist, Patricia Lowrimore, MD teams with Chicago artist/writer and public relations specialist, Diane Shrago to present MOQUEQUA , a collection of surreal and abstract art.