Local Performances Articles
Although he briefly utilizes a tired cliché in the second act, Rajiv Joseph's script still possesses a multilayered dimensionality, which matches the brilliance of the actors
A multifaceted, deeply human story that includes all the elements of the human condition; disappointment, divorce, death, dementia, survival and more
Music and history buffs will love this musical about John Dolphin - Dolphin's of Hollywood - who fought discrimination and segregation to suceed
The rascally Figaro once again outranks the upper classes to allow love to bloom in LA Opera's magnificent The Barber of Seville
Thanks to the brilliant cast and Gaye Taylor Upchurch’s visionary direction, playwright Melissa Ross’s dramatic voice is one of the strongest at SCR
With consummate skill, Montana-born and bred Leah Joki traces her personal and professional development through high school, college, Juilliard, soap operas, and finally to her special "Arts in Corrections" prison classroom
Playwright Donald Margulies is a writer with issues to explore. In his play, SightUnseen,”presented by Wasatch Theatrical Ventures, he delves into questions of what constitutes art as well as the slippery slope of love, commitment, bigotry
Mozart's comic masterpiece about the poor overcoming the privileged is purely first class at LA Opera's The Marriage of Figaro
Courtesy of the powerful lead performances by Yuan Yuan Tan and Tiit Helimets, Tchaikovsky ends his Orange County ballet run with elegant style in IBT’s “Swan Lake”
With their latest production at the Julianne Argyros Stage, “tokyo fish story,” SCR not only transcends into theatrical excellence, but also transforms the beauty of food into an art form
When the lights go down in the Lovelace Theatre at the Wallis, you are on a “Lifeboat” by way of an ingenious wooden set. Only the harnesses around teen-agers Bess and Beth s keep them from catapulting over the edge in this true World War II story.
Imagine a Mozart opera about a Star Trek adventure. All this and more in Pacific Opera Project's Abduction From The Seraglio
Echo Sparks CD Release Party
American Ballet Theatre, also known as ABT, is celebrating its 75th
Anniversary this year with a new Alexei Ratmansky version of a Ballet classic: The Sleeping Beauty
Dancing to the live music of the Pacific Symphony, the American Ballet Theatre presents their amazing world premiere at the Segerstrom Hall
The Queen of Colors takes on a giant rainbow of meaning in a sweet, smart tale for young children and also endearing to adults judging from the audience reception at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in the Lovelace Studio Theatre
So stark, strong and organic and yet so abstract and light you are not quite sure whether the electric, elastic dancers in Artistic Director Rami Be’er’s Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company will go through the floor, running, or float away.
A passionate portrayal of a young black woman's survival
Fred Mancuso and Dana Coyle Shine as Antony and Cleopatra at the Goad Theatre in Long Beach
Montana Avenue’s Small Business Saturday event takes place from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm from 6th street to 17th street this Saturday, November 29th.