Local Performances Articles
Theater lives in Los Angeles, you just have to look for it. Here's a tip: South Pasadena for Metamorphosis Theater Company's production of Josh Tobiessen's Election Day
Georja and Gerald went to see The Fly. Oh, my!
You know, the type of live show that makes you come to the realization why live music is incomparable as far as entertainment goes. Once Crosby Loggins has finished his first song at the Music Box, he warmed the audience up for a great night
The lobby was packed with the biggest crowd yet as everyone wanted to be inside as part of “Beethoven, Bernstein and Bolero”, the series’ final show
Theatre Unleashed's production of The Tempest promises an intimate evening of Shakespeare that won't soon be forgotten.
Action! Theatre Company brilliantly revives this classic menagerie of characters, reigniting the philosophical fire of the free thought debate
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"The Bones of Lesser Men" takes a comtemporary look at the classic dilemna of the down-trodden African American community: In whom or what should we entrust our hopes
Not Too Old To Rock n' Roll
How would you like to understand each individual? Know what they mean and why are they doing what they are doing? That’s exactly what the star of this one-woman show has achieved through her journey
Suffer The Long Night is a wonderfully twisted tale within a tale of Murphy's Law gone wild at the theater
Eight women star in this acclaimed Joyce Carol Oates collage presenting each women in different circumstances that expose their souls to the audience.
The L.A. Jazz Festival at the Greek Theater on July 26, 2008 was a night under the stars to remember as the audience moved and swayed to the mellow sounds of Kenny G, Brian Culbertson, Lalah Hathaway, Will Downing, The Escovedo Family & Sheila E
Open Fists's deLEARious has guys acting silly, pretty girls being sexy, sharp lyrics, and a catchy beat that moves your body
Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors” is given a summertime facelift complete with bikini-clad dancers, martini-sipping hipsters and smiles all around as these cool cats enjoy the hip vibe
Legendary Groundlings debuted their newest show, “Your Body and You”, to a sold-out house
Mala is the true story of a love affair set in Auschwitz; and chronicles the intensity of the human spirit against insurmountable odds
Actress and former model Susanna Brisk chronicles her take on the well-worn territory of motherhood in this world premiere, one-woman show
DANCE WITH ME about Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz as part of the Festival of New American Musicals in Los Angeles
The Drowsy Chaperone returns to the Ahmanson Theatre for two weeks only. A witty love letter to the madcap musicals of the 1920s