Local Performances Articles
The winner of six 2002 Tony Awards including Best Musical, "Thoroughly Modern Millie" is this season's most awarded new show on Broadway, and it comes to the Orange County Performing Arts Center July 27-August 1. "Thoroughly Modern Millie" takes audiences back to Manhattan at the height of the Jazz Age, when women were bobbing their hair, raising their hemlines, entering the workforce and rewriting the rules of love.
Britain's famed ballet company performs Sir Frederick Ashton's fairytale ballet Cinderella and Peter Wright's romantic Giselle
Universal Ballet, under the general direction of Julia Moon and artistic direction of Oleg Vinogradov, returns to Los Angeles with three performances of its acclaimed production of "Romeo and Juliet."
The set is simple, the story straightforward, and the acting fair. S. L. Stebel and Charles Rome Smith's adaptation of a Ray Bradbury story falls a bit short of the tail of "love, longing and lurking death" that was promised.
The story of two young lovers torn apart by the fortunes of destiny, and held together by a burning passion
The corn may be as "high as an elephant's eye," but the cornfield is definitely a field of dreams in this new production of Okalahoma! at the Orange County Performing Arts Center.
The Orange County Performing Arts Center, in partnership with the Los Angeles Times, strives to "bring the best in dance to the community." The 2003-2004 season is no exception. From the Kirov Ballet to the American Ballet Theatre, excellence is the standard.
VS. Theatre Company is a newly formed company dedicated to producing original works, west coast premieres or rarely produced plays.
Who wouldn't want to hear a bunch of rich Utah folk argue about money, god, talking tumors, marijuana and cross dressing in iambic pentameter?
Time to get dressed up, go to the theatre and watch people sing about pee!
The "Queen of the Blues" is back! "ER's" Yvette Freeman reprises her Obie Award-winning role as Dinah Washington when International City Theatre presents "Dinah Was" at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center
Arguably the longest-running Jewish musical in Los Angeles theatre history, this heart-warming production entertains young and old alike!
Ray Bradbury's Pandemonium Theatre Company presents the World Premiere of a new play at the Court Theatre. "Let's All Kill Constance" by Ray Bradbury.
Guys don't get it and they never quite have. They don't understand something, which women have always known: The totemic power of a great pair of shoes.
The Re-Animator updated the classic twisted love horror story and revamped it towards the Hollywood style. Providing a very eccentric, electrifying, crowd pleasing performance, The Re-Animator, is everything but your typical play
Rodgers & Hammerstein's landmark musical OKLAHOMA! comes to The Orange County Performing Arts Center for the first time ever June 15-20 in Segerstrom Hall.
The world premiere Santa Monica Playhouse musical "SNOWHITE" has been so successful in is initial run that it has been extended through September 26.
The Ford Theatre Foundation, the Ford's non-profit support arm, has increased its Latino theatre offerings of both evening performances and afternoon playreadings/works-in-progress for the 2004 Ford Amphitheatre Summer Season as part of its Latino Audience Initiative.
Dance has always been a major feature of the Ford's summer season but, 2004 is a record-setting year with 17 performances of 14 dance events including seven world and U.S. premieres.
Geffen Playhouse Producing Director Gilbert Cates proudly presents the west coast premiere of "The Underpants", Steve Martin's contemporary adaptations of a Carl Steinheim play.