Local Performances Articles
Based on the music of the punk rock band, Green Day, the stage play, "American Idiot," currently rolling across America on a national tour is a show that is well worth seeing
Swedish House Mafia surprised guests at the ABSOLUT Greyhound bash at The Belasco, in downtown LA. The party, presented by VEVO, celebrated the release of the band’s newest single, Greyhound.
The playwright explores the life and times of a colorful cast of characters who struggle with friendships, betrayal, unemployment, financial challenges, desperation, single parenting, and a host of topics with which these folks are dealing
Jersey Shoreiscal - great energy and great songs, but it helps if you're familiar with and a fan the show
Told in song, this stunning tale of Holocaust and survival is worth every penny of your ticket
The Boomerang Effect is a laugh out loud comedy that jokes about what are usually considered very real and sometimes serious situations making even this girl take a second and wonder, “Wait…is it okay to laugh at this...?”
This World Premiere at the South Coast Repertory proves to be a success while delving into family and self-discovery
Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 5 PM Club Nokia cut the cake that celebrates the union of VANS WARPED TOUR & Summer 2012. Performances by The Used, Falling in Reverse, Mike Toka, and Yellowcard, followed the screening of NO ROOM FOR ROCKSTARS
C.A.M.M. (Cinema, Art, Music and Movement) has partnered with the Newport Beach Film Festival to hold their next live event featuring the band Superhumanoids at the South Coast Plaza Village on April 7th.
Let The Magic of Ivan Amodei: Intimate Illusions suspend your disbelief for an evening at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. Praised as LA's greatest magician, Ivan Amodei, accompanied by cellist, Irina Chirkova, offers up-close and mind-boggling magic
The first in Doma's season of musicals, The Who's Tommy is an energetic and fun offering of a classic tale
Ghosts, a modern adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s classic play follows the story of Helen Alving, the widow of a prominent member of society, who must come to grips with her husband’s dark legacy
Celebration Theatre's latest production: The Color Purple: The Musical is a spectacular accomplishment - a true musical theatre event. Go See This Show!
Richard Montoya's new play, American Night: The Ballad of Juan Jose, at the Kirk Douglas is a hilarious and touching look at a Mexican immigrant studying for his U.S. citizenship test
Vox Femina Los Angeles continues its 15th anniversary season with From Shakespeare to Shamrocks, a spring concert celebration that brings the English and Irish together in song on Saint Patrick’s Day, this Saturday
Presented by Children’s Theatre Group of Southern California at The Eclectic Company Theatre, “Snoopy: The Musical" opened March 2, 2012
The latest fictionalization of the Perfect Storm of terror that was Charles Manson and how the Folger Coffee Heiress perhaps met her fate before her time.
The set design was superb but this Shakespearean tragedy of “Antony and Cleopatra” felt more like “The Comedy of Errors”. This Noises Within production had style but no substance
“Doin’ It For Love” will close out its Southwest Tour in Los Angeles on March 9th and 10th with both performances benefiting People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Investigation and Rescue Fund supporting undercover investigations and animal rescue efforts
A Few Good Men tells the story of military lawyers who expose a conspiracy while defending their clients, United States Marines, who are being accused of murder