Local Performances Articles
‘Ain’t Misbehavin,’ a rousing, foot-stomping, dazzling review of the music of Fats Waller is currently on stage at the International City Theatre, closing off their 2012 season
Great musical moments arise, like the smell of baking pie
Low End Theory Nights at The Airliner: Featuring Gaslamp Killer, Peanut Butter Wolf, and Free the Robots
Seminar, the opener for the 45th Season at Center Theatre Group's Ahmanson Theatre, serves up the laughs in a comedy about five writer and if they can handle the truth about fiction
Courtesy of superior acting and direction, Wicked Lit’s successful adaptation of three obscure horror tales has resulted in an extension to their theatre run
The precision and dedication in which every single movement was executed to Tchaikovsky’s music was breathtaking and impeccable.
“By The Way, Meet Vera Stark,” which takes us through the life and times of Stark, premiered at the Second Stage Theatre in New York and makes its West Coast debut at the Geffen Playhouse
Always remember my jewel's, make the best of all of your experiences.
No matter what you have going on in your life. Always take time to find a reason to smile.
By Rubee Jewel
Hosting another bold production of the Bard, The Porters of Hellsgate Theatre Company is currently staging Shakespeare's problematic comedy, otherwise known as one of his 'broken' dramas, Measure for Measure,at The Whitmore Theatre in NoHo.
The Neo-Classical Japanese instrumental rock band performed Saturday Oct.6th 2012 at the Bootleg theatre in Los Angeles.
On October 11 at LA LIVE, prominent business, entertainment and political leaders will join 2012 Olympic medalists in salute to the work of Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA)
At the Laguna Playhouse, this hilarious adaptation of a Hitchcock classic brings a wonderful sense of slapstick silliness
Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage’s "By the Way, Meet Vera Stark" had its West Coast premiere at the Geffen on Sept 26th. Directed by Jo Bonney, the comedy combines history, pop culture and multi-media while examining race, film and feminism
Starring Jeff Goldblum, Academy Award and Emmy Award-Nominee. Previews Begin October 10 with Opening Set for October 17, 2012
Mozart's Don Giovanni is a frivolous comedy of flirtations and attempted seductions, but the story is framed within an ominous tragedy
BEATLE STORIES, a film directed by Seth Swirsky reveals intimate and fascinating stories from celebrities who have spent time with the Fab Four. The documentary screens on October, 2, 2012 and will be simultaneously released on DVD the same day.
Her play "A Brooklyn Love Story" was a hit in New York with critics and audiences, but Montalto was unsure of what her next step would be when she got to know Ronnie Marmo, Artistic Director of Theatre 68 in LA and New York
The Two Foscari (I Due Foscari), for all its many charms, is an opera which is rarely mounted
This movie could encourage activists today and all Americans to remember what our basic rights are
The Treasure Island Music Festival is where eclectic beats, colorful crowds, dance parties, and complete and utter chaos collide