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Charlotte Sometimes - Discusses Her Latest Work Unapologetically

Charlotte Sometimes - Discusses Her Latest Work Unapologetically Jessica Charlotte Poland, is just getting started and has not only re-branded herself, she continues to be the raw, unapologetic, individual in the forefront that we know and adore

The Los Angeles Ballet Review - Performs Quartet at Royce Hall UCLA

The Los Angeles Ballet Review - Performs Quartet at Royce Hall UCLA The Los Angeles Ballet performs challenging and extraordinary diverse works in "Quartet" at Royce Hall

Segerstrom Center Performing Arts Review – Part Four of Five: Philharmonia Chamber Players and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Segerstrom Center Performing Arts Review – Part Four of Five: Philharmonia Chamber Players and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater The Philharmonia Chamber Players and the American Dance Theater simply emphasize the high quality and especially the diversity the Segerstrom Center offers

Santa Monica Rep Presents “The Memorandum” – On Stage at the Miles Playhouse

Santa Monica Rep Presents “The Memorandum” – On Stage at the Miles Playhouse George Orwell was the prophet of Big Brother everywhere and his dystopian novel, “1984” painted a grim picture of what the world could expect

Is There Sex After Marriage Theatre Review – A Scandalous Comedy

Is There Sex After Marriage Theatre Review – A Scandalous Comedy The third installment by award winning playwright Gould - funny, but raw and definitely not for kids

A Midsummer Night's Dream - Coming to the Broad Stage this April 3 -19, 2014

A Midsummer Night's Dream - Coming to the Broad Stage this April 3 -19, 2014 Come and see a mystical event this Spring! The Broad Stage presents "A Midsummer Night’s Dream"

TRAPEZE's Electro Swing Burlesque Review - a Portal Back in Tyme

TRAPEZE's Electro Swing Burlesque Review - a Portal Back in Tyme Trapeze is a bevy of underworld flappers, vipers, vamps, and villains and a bass-fueled night of jazz age abandon

Reunion Theatre Review – A “Reunion” Filled With Laughs and Tears

Reunion Theatre Review – A “Reunion” Filled With Laughs and Tears Playwright Gregory S. Moss’s latest work proves that his creative voice is a wonderful addition to this Southern California regional theatre

Harmony- Theatre Review - Barry Manilow's New Musical

Harmony- Theatre Review - Barry Manilow's New Musical The story of the Comedian Harmonists comes to life in Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman's new musical

Monte Carlo Ballet in Orange County- A Swan Lake Unlike Any Others

Monte Carlo Ballet in Orange County- A Swan Lake Unlike Any Others March 7, 2014, the Monte Carlo Ballet performed an exciting modern and quite entertaining version of Swan Lake, at the Segestrom Center for the Arts in Orange County, California

Closely Related Keys – Theatre Review – Who Is Family?

Closely Related Keys – Theatre Review – Who Is Family? African American family drama written by award winning playwright

Segerstrom Center Performing Arts Review – Continuing Segerstrom’s 2013/2014 Season, Part Three of Five: St. Lawrence String Quartet and Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo—LAC (after Swan Lake)

Segerstrom Center Performing Arts Review – Continuing Segerstrom’s 2013/2014 Season, Part Three of Five: St. Lawrence String Quartet and Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo—LAC (after Swan Lake) Both the chamber music quartet and the prestigious ballet company exude passionate energy and classical grace

Trip Back Down -Theatre Review - Who Is Really A Winner?

Trip Back Down -Theatre Review - Who Is Really A Winner? A winning award winning play worth your time and money

Lions In The Limelight - Global March for Lions Roars Through Los Angeles

Lions In The Limelight - Global March for Lions Roars Through Los Angeles   A colorful Los Angeles funeral parade for lions will take place on March 15, as part of the Global March for Lions on the same day

The Firemen - Theatre Review - A Steamy Hot Play

The Firemen - Theatre Review - A Steamy Hot Play A sexual coming of age for a young teenager

Noël Coward’s “Brief Encounter” Brilliantly Performed at The Wallis

Noël Coward’s “Brief Encounter” Brilliantly Performed at The Wallis “Brief Encounter,” in its Los Angles premiere at the Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts Center, miraculously blends the two genres, creating an evening of what I would like to call Theatrical Cinema

My Name Is Asher Lev -Theatre Review- A Chaim Potok masterpiece

 My Name Is Asher Lev -Theatre Review- A Chaim Potok masterpiece Jew or not, Aaron Posner's moving adaptation of Chaim Potok's book is one you won't want to miss

Ron Taybi - Unveiling of Gracious-Beacon of Peace

Ron Taybi - Unveiling of Gracious-Beacon of Peace Gracious is the first large-scale, international, art endowment, since the Statue of Liberty in 1886. 23-feet tall, 18-feet long, 8,000+ pounds, 1,000+ pieces of steel and LED Light Illumination

LA Opera's Billy Budd - A Fascinating Study of Innocence Betrayed

LA Opera's Billy Budd - A Fascinating Study of Innocence Betrayed Although everyone on the ship’s crew really wants to save Billy, there is no way out for him

Shakespeare Orange County Theatre Feature – One Big Family Under the Stars

Shakespeare Orange County Theatre Feature – One Big Family Under the Stars Under this new artistic direction, Shakespeare Orange County will expand its season and its outreach throughout Southern California

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