Local Entertainment Articles
The play is essentially one highly charged extended scene between two people, with dozens of difficult transitions and complicated subtexts and agendas
The show is a series of vignettes, resembling Saturday Night Live—thought provoking, focused and intelligent, and some scenes are funnier than others, with many laugh-out-loud moments
A 19-year-old virgin bride who must consummate her marriage in two days in exchange for a promised comfortable life, Baby Doll finds herself both player and pawn in the struggle between her middle-aged husband and his young, virile immigrant rival
A study of what happens when two LA couples, a wealthy investment banker, his socialite wife, and a struggling Hispanic pair - who have nothing in common except for two children who go to the same school - meet for dinner, fun, and mind games
How does an average family adapt to chronic mental illness when mom's unpredictable bipolar moods shoot up and crash down - while her reliable but frustrated husband and her teenaged daughter try to maintain some sort of equilibrium in the home?
A story many of us can relate to
Theatre 40's Breath of Spring is an exciting British comedy playing until August 21.
The Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) provides a forum for artists from all ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, whose works would otherwise be assigned to obscurity
ScareLA is a top premiere Halloween festival in the summer infested with your favorite demons, ghosts, aliens, vampires, and urban legends to haunt you until you leave
Calling all beauty insiders and vloggers, NYX Professional Makeup will host its Fifth Annual NYX Face Awards Show in Los Angeles on August 20th
Ty Burrell of ABC's Modern Family hosts 'Cocktails for a Cause' to support non-profit organization 'Kids in the Spotlight' in Sherman Oaks, CA on Saturday evening
BinderCon LA 2.0 is set for UCLA March 19, 20th 2016. Lisa Kudrow, Effie Brown, Robin Schiff are among the keynote speakers.
Review of the last stop of the Road to Rio, hosting Olympic athletes and taking place in Venice Beach, CA
Enjoy history coming to life - see Blueprint For Paradise at the Hudson Theatre
“Musicians” opens at huZ Galleries on Saturday, August 6th, 2016. The exhibition is primarily focused on the photography of Peter Figen with two additional images from photographer Anthony Bernard
Cora, set in Tennessee in 1966, chronicles the struggle of an African American woman who against all odds, triumphed over racism and domestic abuse. It is also a story of how her grandson's life was transformed by the making of the film
Arts and politics have shared a close relationship for centuries. Skylight Theatre is taking an election year look at politics. Asking you to think about— where do you stand, how did we get here and where we are going
Wheaties Hosts pre-ESPY award Breakfast in Honor of Greg Louganis in Los Angeles
Grammy, BET, NAACP Image award-winners newly discovered talent, are confirmed to entertain such as Eric Benet, Angie Stone, Lalah Hathaway, Lyfe Jennings, Jazmine Sullivan, Joe. Representing a gathering of music enthusiasts who appreciate live music
Music legend John Dolphin's small record shop opened in 1948 in south LA, growing in 10 years into the most influential spot in California for recording musicians-both well-known and aspiring-aided by Dolphin's recording studio and keen instincts