Local Performances Articles
By ending its 2014 season with the spectacular BackHausdance, Shakespeare Orange County fulfills its daring mission as it establishes itself as a multifaceted regional theatre in Southern California
A story of memory, loss and love that transcends the passing of life by Jordan Harrison
In the heart of old downtown Vegas lies a music festival that not only caters to music lovers, it caters to the needs of many. Life Is Beautiful Festival is upon us, and will inhibit Las Vegas October 24-26th
La Traviata at LA Opera is a beautiful, powerhouse production not to be missed
Hollywood 1928. Lights… Cameras… Press… Jewel Thieves, Cross Dressers, a Snooping Butler, and Two Murderers to Unmask!
Krusiec’s one-woman show has proven that she is one of those rare actors who starts off in the entertainment industry young, stays on course in terms of professional maturity, and develops artistically into a talented actress of stage and screen
The Face in the Reeds, centers on a dysfunctional family’s Passover Seder. The gathering turns into an almost-war-zone of conflicts, twists and turns, as faith, conversion, religious belief, and parental responsibility are examined and dissected.
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts announces its theater, music, dance, lectures and Theater for Young Audiences programming for the 2014-2015 Season
Brilliant acting, delicate direction and spectacular magic make The Tempest a profoundly perfect production for SCR as it begins its 51st season
The award-winning production arrives in Los Angeles with a South African lens on Mozart’s classic opera and sponsorship from South Africa Tourism
In Black literature, the “must-read” was Ralph Ellison. In all of music the “must” is legendary jazz genius and innovator, Charlie "Yardbird” Parker. Montae Russell (ER) is a heart wrenching“Bird” at the Attic Theatre in Culver City.
The name, “Lear” by itself, as the centerpiece of this summer’s Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum schedule, turns out not only to make the statement of the play’s renown but is the clue to an innovative gender switch of character as well.
Miss Malibu USA and Miss Beverly Hills USA Annual Beauty Pageant was held in Santa Monica, California. This competition promotes a local and national charity where winners competed for the $10,000 prize package includes products and services.
A multiracial orphan girl, growing up in a predominantly white California town in the 1950’s... discovers a new sense of self when a black girl from Alabama suddenly appears in her world.
Shakespeare Orange County delves into the Vietnamese culture with actor Trieu Tran’s critically acclaimed one-man show
Shakespeare Orange County successfully breaks new ground in its vision and evolution with this contemporary classic
Once in a while, someone decides to revive an old chestnut and sometimes it’s a waste of time and sometimes it’s fun to welcome an old theatrical friend
One night, Roger and Sherry accidentally find themselves at a swingers’ party. What they see there and who they meet there startles them. Will they participate?
Reasons to be Pretty, Neil LaBute’s first play to make it to the big stage on Broadway five years ago makes its explosive debut in Los Angeles at the Geffen Theatre under the direction of Randall Arney. Scenic Designer Takeshi Kata, with the help of Lighting Designer, Daniel Ionazzi, created the exceptional sets for this Tony-nominated work.
And the superb monologues are back in.
The Max Factor Factor is not just story about Hollywood. In every direction, it all touches on not giving up on your dreams, but more importantly, yourself