The inaugural season of Dance at the Music Center continues with three performances of Dance Theatre of Harlem presents Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer's St. Louis Woman: A Blues Ballet, choreographed by Michael Smuin.
Just how far would you go for love or money? Would you take it all off? Could you go the full Monty? That is the question raised and answered in this touring production of THE FULL MONTY. It's only in Los Angeles for a limited time so get your tickets now.
With Director Carl Reggiardo at the helm, and veteran actors David Denman and John Walcutt as the leads, S.O.C. 20th Anniversary opener mixes political action with keen philosophical insight on ambition and honor
Tom Green has landed in Burbank to bring his comedic talent to us Southern Californians. Read this exclusive interview to get to know your favorite comedian a little bit better and how you can keep up with his active life
What have Lorna Luft, Lisa Minnelli and Judy Garland all got in common? All is revealed in the Theater Production of "Songs my mother taught me" at the Canon Theater, Beverly Hills.... which has just been extended through September 21st making an 11-week run!
Embarking on a new era in dance, The Music Center is announcing the first full season that it is presenting in the 39-year history of the Center. For 2003-2004 there will be six companies; all performances will be presented at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
Television and stage comedian Byron Yee brings his hit show "Paper Son" to Los Angeles, after enjoying critical acclaim and sold-out runs in Canada, the United Kingdom and San Francisco. Performances begin September 23 (press opening is Friday, September 26) through November 2, 2003 at the Gascon Center Theatre, located in the historic Helms Bakery, 8737 Washington Blvd., in Culver City.
San Francisco Ballet will perform at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at the Music Center in Los Angeles, October 7-12. Over six days and seven performances, the Company will present two programs, including Artistic Director Helgi Tomasson's and Yuri Possokhov's staging of the full-length classic, Don Quixote, and a mixed repertory of four works.
Les Misérables, the legendary award winning musical, makes a triumphant return engagement to the Orange County Performing Arts Center's Sergstrom Hall for two weeks only, April 8 - 20, 2003. Presented by Cameron Mackintosh, Les Misérables is a musical by Alain Boubil and Claude-Michele Shonberg.