Local Performances Articles
(Recovered Voices Project) Your country has just been humiliated in a disastrous war, in which it was the aggressor
Lanford Wilson's Burn This has found its way into the more than capable hands of Santa Monica's own Ruskin Group Theatre
This one play you can see time and time again and we loved it! I took my girlfriend who, because she “does not like ABBA songs” did not want to go. I finally convinced her and she loved it!
The second installment in the renowned "Ring Cycle," Die Walküre is Richard Wagner's compelling love story between the doomed hero Siegmund and his soulmate Sieglinde
Daniel Maltzman, a successful artist for over 15 years, has seen his work distributed around the globe. Hotspots from Hollywood and Vegas to prestige including World Peace One, The Galen Center, and Steve Tisch’s collection
It's one man, one guitar and one bumpy and embarrassing personal journey to manhood for singer-songwriter, performer Kevin Thornton in the West Coast Premiere of Sex, Dreams and Self-Control
Kim Porter's dramedy Munched is a bittersweet story about denial and revelation when an adult daughter seeks the truth about whether her mother tried to kill her as a child
Video of The Day -- Zoe Myers "I Love Rock N' Roll". Hot girl. Great voice. Impressive production value on her music video. Send your video work to [email protected]
A red carpet evening celebrating the new song Bad, Bad Boy by the Perry Twins and Niki Haris
Tape is playing in a very limited release, March 19-22 2009, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 8pm at the intimate Avery Schreiber Theater in North Hollywood.
Golden Performing Arts Center, the resident theatre company for the Madrid Theatre presents Once on This Island March 20-22, 2009
How Theatre Failed America is the latest in a series of workshop productions presented at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Mike Daisey serves as monologist, entertainer and advocate in this provocative and passionate piece about America's languishing art
The Sketch Comedy Troupe Slow Children Crossing returns to Southern California with its unique brand of wackiness and fun
A rally to help create awareness for the situation of at the motion picture home and featured The Man In The Chair
Zipper Concert Hall offers an intimate setting. You’re right there with the performers. You see every look, fidget and stroke. Surely, a pleasure for music lovers.
Author Peter Morgan makes a very successful debut into the realm of playwrighting with his new play Frost/Nixon
In this one-man show, Hollywood legend and born storyteller Kirk Douglas steps onto the stage of the theater named after him
In Lie With Me, Playwright Keith Bridges has crafted a truly disturbing tale is family dysfunction that manages to ring true on all the right notes
Though loud, raucous, and abrasive, Anthony Neilson’s play was also intimate and moving
Director, Joel Daavid has brought back to the stage a play that depicts the very heart of the American soul – a story of triumph, a story of hope, a story of faith; The amazing story of Anne Sullivan, preciously known as ‘The Miracle Worker’