The Orange County Performing Arts Center, Segerstrom Hall is the site of this beehive of musical energy that began on October 12th and continues through October 24th.
UCLA hosts the 2004-2005 Year of the Arts celebration with hundreds of major cultural events planned throughout the academic year.
A one man show that needs no supporting act.
Southern Alabama comes to Hollywood in Charlie Terrell's Taking the Jesus Pill
The newest trend in plays these days is having three mini-plays all rolled into one, usually with a central theme.
Unlikely foreign correspondent Jerry Quickley provides an unsanitized look at Iraq and its people in the early days of, and leading up to, the intial bombing of Baghdad by Coalition forces in March 2003.
A fund-raiser for The Humane Society of the United States Hollywood Office, a non-profit animal-protection organization dedicated to raising public awareness of animal issues via the major media
A story of political propaganda...
Virtuoso Performances, Champagne Reception, Elegant Dining and Artful Party Design Highlight Opening Night
Kodak Theatre's Highly Anticipated production of
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
The film is a capsule of one firefighter's life, which is reflective of brave firefighters everywhere.
The Los Angeles Philharmonic kicks off its 2004/2005 season September 30th with help from the Walt Disney Concert Hall and their new jewel of a 6,134-pipe organ.
Impressive acting and writing, disturbing suprises, and the hilarity of exterme personalities all come together in this collection of five short plays at the Lex Theatre in Hollywood.
What do you get when you take four writers, four directors and twelve actors and give them just 24 hours to create and produce four totally new one-act plays? The most upbeat and lively late night show.
Ask the Goddess offers "make it or break it" relationship advice. From Relationship expert Kelly Sullivan Walden author of "Discover your Inner Goddess Queen."
Geffen Playhouse presents the West Coast Premiere of "Take Me Out" a 2003 Pulitzer Prize-nominated and Tony Award-winning play by Richard Greenberg.
La Femme creates a kaleidoscope of vibrantly colored and textured designs formed of bare skin and played upon by light effects and projections.
Grab your fishing hat. Time to wet a line at the new favorite fishing hole "Shark Tale." This mob-comedy spoof with an undersea urban backdrop illustrates the timeless truth that we sometimes "can't see the 'ocean' for the 'fish'."
A hilarious script and some standout performances charm in "Jump Rope."
"Einstein" at the Skirball celebrates the centennial of Einsteins "Miracle Year".