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".
What if you were told that every moment you experienced and every memory you held dear never happened?
A night of celebrity fun honoring actor and comedian Red Buttons, and all for charity to boot.
Hector Macdonald explores the questions of morality in his new exciting, thought-provoking thriller of a novel.
Part ballet, part rock concert and part musical "Movin' Out" is an incredibly touching and exciting production.
L.A. Splash Magazine got a chance to talk with Holly Cruikshank who is playing the lead role of Brenda in the upcoming national tour of "Movin Out".
Splash talks with singer/songwriter/producer Butch Walker about his new record, his tour, and everything else you need to know about the guy. If you don't know who he is, you should read this article, and if you do know who he is, you should definitely read this article.
The Century City Playhouse presentation of Phaedra is a contemporary production influenced by Greek tragedy and boasts a sultry cast ...
The good, the rad and the hungry: these and other Angelenos poured onto the plaza of the Pacific Design Center to enjoy the best food, beverages and entertainment in L.A., as judged by a publication that should know: Los Angeles magazine.
Cars and stars, under the stars: that was the scene at Santa Monica Airport's exclusive Hangar 8 for Robb Report magazine's stellar soiree, spotlighting the world's most exceptional products and services while raising money for charity.
Garth Fagan brings his creative choreography and award-winning dancers to Los Angeles for two performances only.
Dubya 2004 is s cunning, witty, satirical analysis of politics and the political families which dominate the society that we live in.
The Los Angeles International Short Film Festival recently screened "Lonely Place" an award winning short film by up and coming director Kevin Langdon Ackerman.
Quiet, historic Gilmore Adobe, nestled next to The Grove, came alive with revelry as guests poured in to the annual Cinco de Mayo bash put on by LA Young Pro, to benefit Para Los Ninos.
The Backstreet Boys host a 9/11 tribute concert benefiting 911 for Kids & the Dorough Lupus Foundation aboard the Queen Mary, Long Beach CA.
One of the most moving stories of our civilization, "The Ten Commandments", is taking the stage for the first time ever in the U.S., staring Val Kilmer as Moses. The Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles is hosting the epic production of a story about devotion, determination, conquest, and everlasting love beginning September 18th, 2004.
The Mandrayars knew that producing a film about Indian widow abuse would require courage, imagination, and some undercover photography...