Local Performances Articles
"The Trumpet of the Swan" is a novel symphony that tells the tale of a young trumpet swan and his journey to find his voice
The Magical Labyrinth Masquerade Ball beckons all who dream, all who fantasize. Come to the Masquerade. Be who you really are
The Vortex premiered in 1924 in London; its scandalous subject matter of drug abuse, repressed homosexuality, nymphomania, and Oedipal jealousy made Coward an overnight sensation. This production of The Vortex is updated to the mod London of 1965
For those of you who are purists and would prefer to not see this ground-breaking American folk opera fiddled with in any way, you may very well have problems with the American Repertory Theater’s version of “The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess,”
At the end of this play, a lot of the audience milled around the lobby asking each other if they could explain what just happened on the stage
Almost eighty years after its 1935 premiere in New York, Director Diane Paulus and Chorographer Ronald K. Brown have polished the style of Porgy and Bess into a more beloved masterpiece brimming warmth and humility
Rapp’s dramatic voice, as well as a superb cast, makes this production the best world premiere in SCR’s Golden Anniversary season
“Man in a Case” and “About Love” are an adaptation of two anti-love, haunting short stories by Anton Chekhov that create a bridge between our time and the 19th-century.
Lauren Mayhew, Uriah Faber, and Andre Fili deliver a KNOCKOUT with “What is Love” The cinematic music video adds a modern twist to the classic tale of Romeo and Juliet. Mayhew finds herself torn between rival gangs
For those of you who might be wondering who is Ruth Draper and why is she being channeled by Annette Bening, in “Ruth Draper’s Monologues,” currently on stage at The Geffen Playhouse, the answer is simple
Each year, Santa Cecilia Orchestra’s passionate supporters unite to celebrate the season with lots of fun, food, drink and music.
As a young American born Orthodox Muslim, Amir Abdullah noticed a virtual absence of Islam in the American artistic narrative. He set out to change that with this new play
The Tallest Tree in the Forest is a controversial musical biography about the indomitable Paul Robeson
no:carrier Electro Pop Duo talks about new release Wisdom & Failure and LA Date at The Viper Room
Scandinavian singer Alice Boman comes to LA, here is a review on her special showcase.
Despite its structural blemishes, Five Mile Lake is still a crowd pleaser with its sharp dialogue and naturalistic acting
ACIDIC Joins 20th Anniversary VANS Warped Tour in Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Albuquerque, Mesa, Las Vegas, Pomona, Mountain View and Ventura
Guests arrive to have a chance to win a full month access to Karavan Dance Studio plus surprising gifts and giveaways Complimentary champagne + hors d’euvres sponsored by, Favorite Place Restaurant and Catering was served
Playwright and director Phillip Hayes Dean’s one-man play “Paul Robeson” powerfully chronicles the life of a remarkably talented man who, against great odds, achieved huge accomplishments and international stardom
Director Benson, Playwright Hunter, and a talented cast paint a detailed theatrical landscape full of tenderness and power