Local Entertainment Articles
The first in Doma's season of musicals, The Who's Tommy is an energetic and fun offering of a classic tale
The 2012 Vans' Warped Tour kicks off Thursday with a concert, and a special screening of the Warped tour doc, 'No Room for Rockstars'
“Why We Have A Body,” a Rainbow Theatre Company production currently being performed at the Edgemar Center for the Arts
Honoring the genre of family films, this festival held in the hear of Hollywood at Raleigh Studios is a gem
Ghosts, a modern adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s classic play follows the story of Helen Alving, the widow of a prominent member of society, who must come to grips with her husband’s dark legacy
Richard Montoya's new play, American Night: The Ballad of Juan Jose, at the Kirk Douglas is a hilarious and touching look at a Mexican immigrant studying for his U.S. citizenship test
The Mother of all Rock Operas is currently at the Ahmanson Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles.
Vox Femina Los Angeles continues its 15th anniversary season with From Shakespeare to Shamrocks, a spring concert celebration that brings the English and Irish together in song on Saint Patrick’s Day, this Saturday
Soho House LA, Gallery for the People hosts pop up show, featuring Patrick Hoelck, Vanessa Prager, Sage Vaugh, Curtis Kulig and more.
I’m the La La girl and here to tell you all my news from the Oscars. It’s no easy feat to sashay on the red carpet alongside glamorous stars like Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Natalie Portman – all in their stunning ensembles, of course
The latest fictionalization of the Perfect Storm of terror that was Charles Manson and how the Folger Coffee Heiress perhaps met her fate before her time.
The set design was superb but this Shakespearean tragedy of “Antony and Cleopatra” felt more like “The Comedy of Errors”. This Noises Within production had style but no substance
The Ubuntu Art Charity Benefit hosted by Russell Simmons' Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation brought together a Red Carpet of celebrities, exquisite African art, a heart-felt film, exotic music and dance and beautiful people
Explore the United Studios and Self Defense's style of martial arts. It may be the start of a new journey!
Albert Herring is a comic chamber opera, with an orchestra of just 13, by British composer Benjamin Britten
a high energy Kung Fu comedy
West Coast Jewish Theatre’s production of David Ives’ brilliant, exquisitely written “New Jerusalem,” on stage at the Pico Playhouse, is pure theatrical and intellectual magic
A chance to win a trip to the actual Calgary Stampede, July 6 – 15, 2012. Since 2012 is the 100th anniversary of the Calgary Stampede this year promises to be the biggest and the best yet
Die hard New Yorker Edward Burns recently sat down with a select group of journalists to discuss, among other topics, his latest film, “Man On A Ledge,” a fun pop-corn caper film loaded with interesting twists and turns.
Giuseppe Verdi's Simon Boccanegra at LA Opera starring Placido Domingo is an operatic and cultural phenomenon