Local Performances Articles
An English style opera coming of age story about the Appalachian mountains
The 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards was one of the most anticipated awards shows of the season, last night on Sunday September 22, 2013 in Hollywood, CA.
This is the third time in ten years LA Opera has revived the popular Bizet opera
A funny play about a funny family staring several of Buffy, the Vampire stars
At The Road Theatre, actor-magician Albie Selznick deftly combines mystical magic and personal pain, resulting in joy and wonder
The award-winning Rogue Machine scores again with John Pollono’s world premiere production of “Lost Girls,” a dramedy that explores the embers of a failed marriage as well as the emotional dynamics of a working class family
Macy Gray & Slash rock it out to help children locally & globally
Wednesday, September 11, 2013, Kingsize performed an emotionally charged show at the Roxy in Hollywood.
The Heroes Helping Heroes event last night was sponsored by Cops 4 Causes in an effort to raise money and mobilize action to support our war veterans.
Serving as SCR’s Golden Anniversary season opener, Death of a Salesman is a powerful testament to the theatre’s legacy as a major artistic force in the country
The Stella Adler Academy has formed a new theatre within the Stella Adler Academy. The Stella Lab Theater made its debut with the critically acclaimed production Waiting for Godot, now extended through October 20th
a brilliant play about sisterly tensions when one falls in love
Pacific Opera Project (POP)'s "The Mikado" once again delivers a high energy, highly entertaining, modernized production of classic opera
There is nothing between Erika's luminous skin and the cloak of aqua coloured paint
The Peace though Music event will take place September 15, 2013 5:00pm–10:00pm. Featuring live auction with items and performances by Matt Sorum and Shehzad Roy, Macy Gray, Slash
The Heavy at The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood
Gloria Steinem launched the pioneering, feminist Msmagazine, which tackled such subjects as domestic violence and other pertinent issues of the day as well as participating in the creation of New York magazine for which she wrote a political column
James Ingram Rocks the Laguna Beach Festival of Arts. Just another day in Paradise
Dane, a popular high school student, dies unexpectedly after a conference with his English teacher, Larry. The resulting emotionally-charged encounters reveals how choices in life can lead to missed opportunities.
local hip hop dancers and models marched and danced up and down Robertson Blvd. All I could see were swirls of fabric and color, the energy of the movement, and what was that...Christmas ornaments' and Santa Clause