Local Performances Articles
This is not your ordinary comedy show! The show format is set up like a 70s talk show and the guests are eccentric, hilarious and have polar opposite personalities!
The Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum celebrated their 40th anniversary of music, poetry and performance, opening their Summer Season with a tantalizing performance of the The Taming of the Shrew.
A Shakesperian director digs into the deepest meanings of Tosca at LA Opera
Omar Akram’s eclectic sound and fusion of multicultural inspirations have earned him sought-after status as a Grammy-winning entertainer and resident artist at the House of Blues—no small feat for an Afghan-American world musician
In the year of their gubernatorial pardon, the powerful, bittersweet story of The Scottsboro Boys finds its way from Broadway to the Ahmanson Theatre
Two day festival of live Hip Hop, Jazz and Reggae music features international food, vendors and arts and crafts with a focus on sustainability
So you think you can dance, salsa? 15th Annual Los Angeles Salsa Congress ran for five days from May 22-26
exposing sexual abuse in the military
The Size of Pike is a must-see comedic production that explores the relationship between coming-of-age childhood friends as they choose their own way of dealing with the changing world.
Instead of saying Ole, say Oy Vey
Last Tuesday, May 21st, the Avalon in Hollywood turned into a full-blown dance utopia thanks in part to music from Classixx, Dragonette and The Presets.
South Coast Repertory’s The Fantasticks serves as a perfect theatrical finale for its 2012/2013 season
The L. A. Chamber Orchestra (LACO) concluded its 44th season with an eclectic mix of historical and contemporary music, including the US premiere of Gonzalez-Pioli's The Love of Zero and Shostakovitch's Cello Concerto No 1 featuring Alisa Weilerstein
Thursday, 09 May 2013 Margaret Batjer (violinist+leader) and Allan Vogel( oboe d’amore) led the fabulous Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra through another Baroque conversation at Zipper Hall at the Colburn school of Music in downtown Los Angeles.
Ethan Edwards is having an invitation only live performance of soul/house music on Tuesday May 21st from 8-11 pm. It will be held at Bar Nineteen12 at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Sounds will be provided by Maragakis, and drinks provided by Belveder Vodka
Singer Stacey Jackson performed at the trendy Hollywood Bardot Club last night to promote the launch of her new album LIVE IT UP.
For deaf actor/musician, sign language is love.
Stormy Sacks, Grammy nominated music producer and the director of the performing arts magnet at Hollywood High School announced today that they are the first high school in the nation to be given the rights to perform the Tony award winning Broadway Show “In the Heights”
The Pacific Boychoir performed Rachmaninoff's Vespers “All-Night Vigil” on May 10, 2013. It was held at the First Congregational Church in Los Angeles, CA. The music began with the sound of the pitch pipe giving the starting note, because the Vigil was sung a capella. The sound was rich and full as they began to sing the first movement
Phylicia Rashad directs the August Wilson Classic Joe Turner's Come and Gone for the Center Theatre Group