Local Performances Articles
Produced by Michael Myers and written by Ron House, Diz White, Alan Shearman, and John Neville-Andrews, this revival, originally performed almost 40 years ago in London
After fifty years of music, the Los Angeles Master Chorale is still as fresh and innovative as ever. Celebrate their golden anniversary this season
Saint Motel, Hockey, and Swimm will perform at The El Rey on Friday, July 26th! Get ready for a night of dancing and high fives as these two put on their eclectic sets
From the Tony Award®-winning author of Clybourne Park & the Tony Award®-winning director of August: Osage County comes a comedy about how family and memory are both relative
Led by the talented Karissa Vacker, John Frederick Jones and especially John Walcutt, Shakespeare Orange County’s season opener is a romantic and humorous crowd pleaser
Los Angeles’ natives, The Neighbourhood gathered in the Red Bull Studio to give fans a sneak peek on what the meaning behind the name, what makes them unique, and what is to come for The Neighbourhood in their ever so bright ‘black and white’ future
Sunday, July 14, 2013 maestro Victor Wener and the California Philharmonic invited audiences once again to join in and listen at a sold out matinee of Andrew Llyod Webber Meets Puccini at the majestic Disney Hall downtown Los Angeles.
DOMA's production of "Nine" doesn't disappoint
Chris Brown celebrated at the Belasco theater in downtown LA for the “Party After” the BET Awards. This event was presented by ZING vodka and hosted by Chris Brown and Nick Cannon.
Portugal. The Man is an indie rock band based in Portland, Oregon. The band hit the stage at Red Bull Sound Space, and once again gave a breathtaking performance
I'm excited for next year to see what new stories unfold at the seventeenth Labyrith of Jareth Masquerade Ball. New Magic and New Stories Await
There were thousands of people all trying to get in with their blankets and picnics. The people were patiently waiting to get in and have security check their bags. It almost felt like I was going to a baseball game
Making its Los Angeles debut, award-winning director Gary Wolf brings us Resurrection of the Ants, written by and starring Paul Fontana who—thankfully for us—has a white knuckle grasp on reality and writing talent.
Rock That Fashion, an event made possible by A&M Productions,fuses music, dance, and fashion to create an unparalleled experience. Fine art and creative prerogative set the tone for an indulgent evening that marked the event's fourth installment.
The musical directed by Brian Lohmann, produced by Tom Coleman, is set during the tumultuous times of the 60is where two sub cultures, Rockers and Mods, roam the streets of London
Considered to be the most entertaining place on the planet, the BET Experience found its new home this year at L.A. Live in Los Angeles, CA; and went from being a one night awards show to a weekend long fan festival.
Dying City explores the complicated politics of loss, love and learning to live without the things that complete you
Max McLean's The Screwtape Letters, A Morality Play Reviewed enthusiastically, emotionally, spirtually and humorously thou a spirtual warfare of Good vs Evil was always present
The California Philharmonic opened its summer season on a hot Saturday, June 29th, 2013 on the green of the Santa Anita Race track in Arcadia, California
Many of us remember crowding around a black-and-white TV set every Saturday night to watch “The Lawrence Welk Show” featuring the adorable, squeaky-clean Lennon Sisters who entertained audiences on his show for thirteen years, beginning in 1965