A poignant look at justice and the human spirit as told through the eyes of a young girl, Christopher Sergel’s stage adaptation of To Kill A Mockingbird continues this summer’s “Americana” season at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum
Shakespeare conjures a world of wonder, magic & romance where comical misunderstandings & the pain of unrequited love are resolved & all is reconciled through midsummer night revelries & the enduring power of nature. At Theatricum Botanicum this summer
With the musicians in place high above the stage, this unique production of “Spring Awakening” came to life at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. Spring Awakening is a Tony Award-winning rock musical, with book and lyrics by Steven Sater and music by Duncan Sheik
This is the most prestigious classical guitar competition in the world; it is held at Pepperdine Smothers Theater, 24255 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, CA. Tickets: (310)506-4522 Wednesday May 27 through Saturday May 30
Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum kicks off its 2015 “Americana” season with an all-American staging of William Shakespeare’s As You Like It, set in the post-Civil War era. It features traditional period American folk music and dance
Is it possible to enjoy just one night off from the horrible and sometimes hilarious indignities that are visited upon a woman of a certain age? This is the question that New York Times bestselling author Annabelle Gurwitch attempts to answer
On Saturday, April 25th, in Los Angles, Ca, teams of nonprofessional dancers of all ages. shapes, sizes, backgrounds will compete in front of family, friends, co-workers and guest judges competed in Gym Crew Challenge at Barnsdall Gallery Theatre
F.A.M.E.'US Magazine is a publication dedicated to the promotion of the culture of Art and celebrates the artists that contribute to its meaningful lifestyle. The magazine's official release party was held in Downtown Los Angeles.
JWT is growing; their influence in the arts is also growing, while retaining the warmth, humor, and compassion of personal experience. Current offerings include art exhibits, and the world premiere production of Monica Piper’s "Not That Jewish"