Nat Turner's Insurrection of slaves against their white masters, perhaps the most famous of slave rebellions in the American South, explores what may have led a religious, intelligent, well-read black man to bloodshed to end slavery
The intertwining history of Sunset Boulevard and Rock n' Roll is long and the lists of musicians who got their start on this famous street is even longer. The Viper Room is right at the top of the list of iconic locales and to make sure they will be bringing the best live music to Los Angeles for years to come they had an amazing relaunch on November 17th
A clever and amusing dark comedy, TIMESHARE gets under the skin of sales people who must "close the sale or die" and their attempts to get unwary customers to purchase things they don't need or even want in order to have a better life
The musical comedy REUNION gives a nerdy neurotic novelist and a blasé DUI attorney a chance to re-experience the joys and stresses of their high school days when they find themselves at their high school reunion.
The LA Jazz Society presents the 2015 Jazz Tribute Awards Concert on Saturday, November 7th 7:30pm at The Montalban Theatre in Hollywood, honoring two of music’s greatest living treasures, Oscar-winning songwriters, Alan & Marilyn Bergman
Double casting - or partner casting, as it is called by the Antaeus Theatre Company - results in surprising benefits for both actors and audiences which are explored by partnered actors in their current play, Uncle Vanya
Chekhov makes the residents of this Russian country estate sing through the words of Annie Baker, playwright/translator extraordinaire, as this Russian classic explores the unrealized hopes and dreams of people trapped in a never-ending loop
No Exit is Jean Paul Sartre's existentialist play written and presented in 1944 during the German occupation of Paris. Though written more than 70 years ago, it still resonates in today's "modern" culture