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The Robber Bridegroom, a rarely performed American musical, based on a novella by Eudora Welty with Book and Lyrics by Alfred Uhry
NOW IN LIMITED RELEASE.The Latest film by Writer/Director/Editor Andrew Haigh is an intimate story of a meeting of souls, told with exceptional skill
Placido Domingo, General Director of the Los Angeles Opera hosted the opulent opening night production of Tchaikovsky’s opera Eugene Onegin. The courtyard of the Music Center Plaza was transformed into the famed Russian White Night.
When Darkness falls across the land, the midnight hour is close at hand. And though you fight to stay alive, your body starts to shiver. For no mere mortal can resist the evil of the thriller
Invite only, intimate performance from Natasha Bedingfield, with celebrity hair stylists, TV hosts, wine consultants and delicious snacks
Knott's Scary Farm is celebrating its 39th Halloween Haunt providing you with an anniversary celebration of even more frightening experiences and events to make this the most memorable Halloween ever
Lenin at the Estonian Discotheque
A star-powered evening at the Alizé House of Passion tipped off the all-star weekend celebrations in Los Angeles with presiding guest Shaquille O'neal at the Playboy Mansion
With only a couple of days to go until SCI-FI-LONDON 2005 kicks off, one of the films that has been going plenty of hype is SLIPSTREAM. This will be the World Premiere of SLIPSTREAM
Gen Art's IGNITE party was billed as "stunning performances, cutting edge art, provocative films, and the most talked about party of the summer". As usual, they delivered.
HOW I WANT TO DIE constitutes the darkest 75 minutes most people will experience in their entire lives.
There are two things no one can avoid in a modern society. No, not death and taxes - Food & Family
Magic was in abundance on Sunday afternoon at Segerstrom Hall when legendary soprano, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa came to the OC.
A film festival is not just movies; it is a place for gathered filmmakers to meet and learn about their business.
No movie is made for free. But every year, the International Student Film Festival Hollywood awards generous monetary prizes and scholarships to student filmmakers through its worldwide competition.
With Korean scifi thriller, Sector 7, and a party at Twist, the Screamfest LA horror film festival showed that, from now until October 23rd, Hollywood & Highland is the only place for horror movie fans to be
If there was an Emmy for The Best Gift Suite, it would go to GBK and Tic Tac Mints for honoring and presenting luxurious gifts to the presenters and nominees of the 2011 Emmy Awards at the W Hotel in Hollywood
Is "November," starring Courtney Cox, a surrealistic thriller worthy of a few days ponderance? And does the truth really lie outside the frame?
The Key Club on Sunset serves up more than your average nightclub. Juvenile was the most recent menu addition this week.
With six years of multi-platinum hits and over a thousand shows under their belts, Matchbox Twenty lights up at Anaheim's Arrowhead Pond.