Local Entertainment Articles
With more than twenty years in the biz and turning 42 this month, Antonio Sabato Jr has no plans to stop anytime soon. Writing, directing and producing are on the horizon and a new reality show is in the works
THE EDWARDIAN BALL is an elegant and whimsical celebration of art, music, theatre, fashion, technology, circus, and the beloved creations of the late, great author Edward Gorey
This romantic musical is an exquisite selection for SCRs Golden Anniversary Season
“The Artistic Process, One Shade Passion, One Shade Doubt, One Shade Obsession,” an evolving process in the struggle to regain creativity in a world that will not accept the sacrifice Hugh must make to keep it.
The Big Easy doesn't find it hard to produce a bevy of talent each year worthy of a Grammy and the annual "Only In Louisiana" Brunch gave us a wonderful, and delicious, first seat to the history, cuisine, artists, and music of their proud state
The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO) continued its long established relationship with the Oregon Bach Festival by welcoming the festival’s new artistic director Mathew Halls as guest conductor at UCLA’s Royce Hall
On January 25, Pole Show LA 2014 the largest, most entertaining and spectacular pole production was held at 333 Live located at 333 South Boylston avenue from 8:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m.
Tony Award-Winning "God of Carnage" at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts proves you don’t have to travel to New York to experience an awesome night of brilliant theatre
Join Rita Donatella as she takes the audience (quite willingly) along with her on her quest to land the role of a lifetime in a Johnny Depp film... What will she do for her art? Anything? What about career, dating, and family?
Cirque du Soleil never fails to entertain however the new TOTEM show surpasses all my memories of the fabulous shows I've seen over the many years that I have been a fan
Whether you travel professionally or you’re a travel agent, or even just a plain travel junkie, the Los Angeles Times Travel Show was the place to be this weekend (January 17th-19th)
“Gimme Shelter” is a must-see movie that shines a light on the importance of shelters and will undoubtedly instill a sense of hope in viewers from all backgrounds
This exciting festival is celebrating its third year of eclectic music and dance performances, as well as contemporary theater
Bored with work or your life - than you need to see this play
Philippe's embarks on a journey with great Chinese food and service to entice entertainers, athletes and the high rollers in a diverse city known lovingly as LALA Land
Zoe Kazan’s amateurish, shallow script, the lackluster acting, and Lila Neugebauer’s sterile, anemic direction makes this show the most disappointing production during SCR’s 50th Anniversary
A former not-quite-successful stand-up comic, Richard uses weed, blow, and acidic humor as armor, wrestling with his own personal truths and discovering who he still wants to be
An amazing night at The Palm Springs International Film Festival and Awards Gala 2013
The LA Art Show, the largest and most successful platform for contemporary and traditional art in the West, returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center, South Hall J & K, January 15 – 19, 2014.
The 70s and 80s music and style comes back to life in 2014 with the Yacht Rock Revue and Player performing at The House of Blues in Hollywood.