Local Performances Articles
With eye popping costumes and acrobatic performances, this is not to be missed
STOMP is a theatrical performance that will electrify the sense!
The Christmas season is upon us and what better way to celebrate then at the L.A. Children's Theater Festival. The Velveteen Rabbit and Pinocchio are running now through January 5, 2014
The Second City’s “A Christmas Carol – Twist Your Dickens!” on stage at the Kirk Douglas Theatre is the perfect antidote to the holiday tradition condition
Storefront Church is a wonderful play for the holiday season, teaches us all a lesson in the true meaning of faith and forgiveness
Parfumerie, written by Milos Laszlo and directed by Mark Brokaw was a true delight. The stage was brilliantly designed and the lighting left nothing to be desired
In the untamed wilderness that is the mind’s eye of Thomas Dunne, a faded public figure does battle with the truculent decisions of his past
After 34 straight years, this classic still captures and maintains the Christmas magic for Orange County audiences
A play of historical significance about Sister Teresa of Avila
The first scene opens without much further ado, bringing us right into the story. A story which is dissecting a very contemporary topic: same sex relationships and their rivalry for acceptance in society. An atypical Christmas Family Vacation.
The Center Theatre Group brings you the untold tale of Peter Pan
Charles Dickens would have appreciated the artful rendition of his beloved play ‘A Christmas Carol’ that was crafted by the Sierra Madre playhouse.
Brittany Glodean, aka BGlo, made her concert debut at the Whisky A Go Go with fellow solo artist, Anthuhny on November 26, 2013.
For the beginning of their 2013/2014 season, the Segerstrom Center’s jazz, dance, and chamber music productions proves to entice and amaze Orange County audiences
An unflinchingly honest look into how men process finding their true love, keeping the marriage sparks alive, dealing with divorce, keeping the love alive beyond death, and struggling to conceive a child.
The romantic comedy Parfumerie, adapted by E.P. Dowdall from the Hungarian play Illatszertar by Miklos Laszlo, will have a rare revival as the first theater production of the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
The Hollywood Christmas Parade will be welcoming many new sponsors into the fold for this year’s extravaganza to be held on the streets of Hollywood, CA on Sunday, December 1, 2013
In "Pretty Chicas All in a Row" the Angels are hired to unravel the mystery of murdered contestants in the Miss Kumquat Pageant.
The American Youth Symphony’s Danny Elfman II Project explored the relationship between visual and aural narration on Sunday November 24th, 2013
In a very modern new translation by David Greig, Strindberg's classic play is a sexy, savage and fun look at marriage as a uniquely brutal system of exchange