Local Performances Articles
“The Whipping Man,” written by award-winning playwright Matthew Lopez, is a fascinating, complex, unique play, and by far one of the most provocative pieces of material the West Coast Jewish Theatre has produced
12 Years of the Slave move over for The Whipping Man - an intense drama about freedoms
We got some great interviews with celebrities including Billy Ray Cyrus and AJ Michalka, check out the video below to get a preview of the event!
The Queen of the Universe 2014 Pageant, at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, will be a star-studded red carpet event, covered by local & international media
The Vau de Vire Society presented The Curious Sofa at The Los Angeles Edwardian Ball, and it was such deliciously naughty fun
Once again, a play, written and directed by Isabella Biffi, based on Herman Hesse’s iconic novel, has emanated from an Italian prison, this one from Milan’s Opera jail
Both the chamber music and dance programs surpass expectations as they begin 2014 with a bang
Siddhartha, The Musical is truly passionate and enticing. Its profound and invigorating storyline is remarkable and unforgettable. The performance is deeply heartfelt
THE EDWARDIAN BALL is an elegant and whimsical celebration of art, music, theatre, fashion, technology, circus, and the beloved creations of the late, great author Edward Gorey
This romantic musical is an exquisite selection for SCRs Golden Anniversary Season
“The Artistic Process, One Shade Passion, One Shade Doubt, One Shade Obsession,” an evolving process in the struggle to regain creativity in a world that will not accept the sacrifice Hugh must make to keep it.
The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO) continued its long established relationship with the Oregon Bach Festival by welcoming the festival’s new artistic director Mathew Halls as guest conductor at UCLA’s Royce Hall
On January 25, Pole Show LA 2014 the largest, most entertaining and spectacular pole production was held at 333 Live located at 333 South Boylston avenue from 8:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m.
Tony Award-Winning "God of Carnage" at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts proves you don’t have to travel to New York to experience an awesome night of brilliant theatre
Join Rita Donatella as she takes the audience (quite willingly) along with her on her quest to land the role of a lifetime in a Johnny Depp film... What will she do for her art? Anything? What about career, dating, and family?
In an electrifying tour-de-force, Barry McGovern, flooded the Kirk Douglas Theatre with a tidal wave of some of the famed author/playwright ‘s most savory, provocative, and obtuse prose in “I’ll Go On”
Hershey Felder has carved out a very successful career in the United States and Europe as a composer, musician, and actor, primarily known for his one-man shows that embody some of the greatest composers
This exciting festival is celebrating its third year of eclectic music and dance performances, as well as contemporary theater
Bored with work or your life - than you need to see this play
Zoe Kazan’s amateurish, shallow script, the lackluster acting, and Lila Neugebauer’s sterile, anemic direction makes this show the most disappointing production during SCR’s 50th Anniversary