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If you like, dark, really black, horribly violent controversial comedy, and shootings combined with wildly offensive language, than this is the show for you
Cosmopolis is the story of Eric Packer (Robert Pattinson), a 28-year-old multi-billionaire asset manager with a fresh new appetite for self-destruction. As he settles into his luxury office/limo he is fixed on one thing, to get a haircu across town.
Paint collides with canvas live on stage, as masterpieces are born and torn down in a visceral experience that spills off the stage and forever changes the way you see red.
Mary Poppins is truly the first “Supernanny” of our times. Go see this current production at the Ahmanson Theatre, and you will see why!
The celebrated HollyShorts Film Festival enters it’s 8th year, and continues to selectively curate in-competition shorts, and play host to invaluable panels, award presentations, crowd pleasing parties, and oh much more
Dogs for the Deaf, Inc.'s mission is to rescue and professionally train dogs to help people and enhance lives, maintaining a lifelong commitment to all dogs we rescue and all people we serve.
Have your fortune told as you enjoy a Caribbean/Cajun meal and dance to period music
See this pic? This is what happens when you’re having too much fun
Scripted In Heaven book signing by Author Lourdes Duque Baron, MHA, MSG, is a Catholic baby boomer and the wife of Dr, Robinson V. Baron.
Table tennis champion, Soo Yeon Lee, adds modeling and acting to her talent list
Mutually Assured Destruction, written by Peter Lefcourt and directed by Terri Hanauer, is a comedy of middle-aged sexual mores
Director Gregg T. Daniel talks theatre & the latest production from Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble: ELMINA’S KITCHEN the story of a bitter clash of values between 3 generations of black men & its effect on their family & community
The 5th Annual Noor Iranian Film Festival is an international event that educates the non-Iranian community about the culture and heritage of Iranians through the medium of cinema
One of the best works of Mary Roberts Rinehart, this three act 20's classic play has plenty of twists and turns
When the cash-strapped Canadian yuppies fire their teen-aged daughter's lesbian Mexican nanny, Margarita, they set off a chain of events that lead to her deportation
When JJ falls in love with a beautiful diva, JJ and Seb's friendship is tested. JJ is forced to chose between her hot new lover and her best friend
When Jesse is forced to move back to his Midwestern, friends and ex-lovers gather for a going away party that promises to heighten Jesse's already bittersweet feelings about leaving
John Sinner, a Los Angeles-based playwright and director, has been selected as the recipient of Center Theatre Group’s 2012 Richard E. Sherwood Award
For this 2012 season opener at Shakespeare Orange County, theatre, film, and television veteran John Walcutt is absolute perfection in the title role
The Brazilian born, Chicago-raised, and long-time Los Angeles resident, Carla Hassett is set to release her much anticipated third album this summer, 'CIRCULO'