Local Performances Articles
For two nights My Bloody Valentine re-united and performed with Gemma Hayes and Spectrum in absolutely unforgettable evenings
This one-act treat is presented from now until the 2008 Presidential Election in partnership with "Rock the Vote" at The Other Space at Santa Monica Playhouse. It even bolsters a free election night party at Stone Fire Pizza in LA for ticket holders
The Intergalactic Premiere of Earth Sucks: as cosmic Rock musical, lands at art/works Theatre
Straight from a successful NYC and Australian run, this comedy comes to LA and promises that "even though it's a play, it doesn't suck"
Upward Bound Productions presents No Place To Be Somebody, the 1970 Pulitzer Prize Winner, the story of hustlers, gangsters and dreamers in the thick of the Civil Rights Era
Along with La Bohème, Madama Butterfly is one of Giacomo Puccini's most well known and most frequently performed operas. This production marks the return to the LA Opera of Robert Wilson's staging. This design was first mounted in Paris in 1993
Cold War Kids put on a hot show
The Civilians tackle the fervor behind the Evangelical movement, its effect on Colorado Springs and a community in crisis following the resignation of pastor Ted Haggard.
Killer bands, killer show
The Ahmanson Theatre proudly debuts 9 to 5: The Musical, the Broadway bound World Premiere Production
With a book by Terrence McNally, lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, and music by Stephen Flaherty, Ragtime paints a poignant picture of a young nation as it suffers the growing pains of change
Tony Bennett brought a cool, classy sophistication to the Hollywood Hills on Friday September 12 when he performed to a packed house in Los Angeles’ Greek Theater
L.A.'s newest theatre troupe offers a darker twist on a popular Shakespeare Classic, The Tempest
Giacomo Puccini's three one-act operas, Il Trittico, opened the 2008-09 LA Opera season this year, and G&G think it's the hottest ticket in town
John Pankow, Jane Kaczmarek and Kate Burton head an all-cast in the goofball comedy about the Pope, blue birds and big dreams in The House of Blue Leaves
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.