The Los Angeles area got a taste of the extreme sport of wakeboarding this month. The Pro Wakeboard Tour finished its 2004 competition at Irvine Lake, bringing the normally east-coast sport out West.
Super-talented, dashing, incredible harmonies, energetic stage performances, charismatic personalities, legion of fans, over 30,000 CDs sold since May 2003 and a #1 hit...and yet, they are unsigned!
L.A. is going Ape over the Far out, Funky, Broadway touring company of HAIRPSRAY.
A burst of suspenseful and tantalizing entertainment has just hit the movie theatres. "The Bourne Supremacy" is rocking every city right now with such anticipation that keeps you on the edge of your seat, gripping the armrest, in hope that one man, Jason Bourne, will defy those after him, like he did in the first installation of "The Bourne Identity." But, really, why worry? He didn't need any help the first time, he did just fine, and he only gets better.
All new and all spectacular, the 134th edition of Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey circus is jam packed with nonstop awesome entertainment for one and all. It is absolutely - the one - the only - "The Greatest Show on Earth."
I discovered that this Masquerade was different. An event that opens a portal from reality into fantasy, allowing them to coincide for a night of dancing, revelry and music. Perfect for me.
Over 2,000 guests at the 20th Century Fox lot on July 17th, 2004 sampled fine food and drink while supporting free healthcare.
Everyone said you had to see the Labyrinth of Jareth to really understand it. I didn't really know what that meant at first, but from the minute I walked in, I could tell they were right!
The twist to A Cinderella Story that takes it beyond the classic fairy tale is the fact that the princess actively
participates in saving herself rather than just dreaming daily of a princely rescue.
On July 15, 2004, Ego Plum and the Ebola Music Orchestra, fashion designer Julie Plum, and performance artists Kimberly Gooze and Susan Patel came together to head the unpredictable celebration of the Cabaret Voltaire One Year Anniversary.
I, Robot has some stunning visual effects that bring a little extra to this flick, but for the most part, don't be expecting any surprises.
The night included a pro-celebrity tennis match, great live perfomances, a silent auction and lots of fun for a good cause as the ATP kicked off the 78th Annual Mercedes-Benz Cup
Julie's sleepover gets supercharged when she and her friends are challenged to a scavenger hunt by the "popular" girls.
After seventeen years of singing the indigenous Rumba-Flamenca soul of their native people, there is one thing the Gipsy Kings have yet to do. Despite almost two decades of records and performances weighing on their vocal chords, they have yet to lose their vigor, their incredible dexterity, and their passion for breathing song into their beloved gypsy heritage.
The Royal Ballet's superb performance of Peter Wright's Giselle at Orange County Performing Arts Center brought numerous curtain calls, cheers, and a standing ovation.
The 2004 Celebrity Softball Game comes this year to USC's Dedeux Field to benefit charities including the Los Angeles Children's Hospital. Celebrity Commissioner Dennis Leoni will be there along with over 40 other celebrities as they team up to play some softball and benefit charities.
"Rogerandtom" is an engaging work of metadrama, raising a series of interesting questions about the role of theatre in theatre itself.
The MET Theatre's presentation of "The Edge Of Allegiance III: Permanent Vacation, or Endless Bummer!" is a satiric rendition of the debatable events of recent American history.
An incredibly surreal stage sets the mood-Think of being woken up from a dream- it's the same confusion and distortion, pandering in and out of conciseness...
Looking for a hot night on the town? Check out the sexy latin rythms of the Gipsy Kings at The Grove of Anaheim.