Local Performances Articles
On January 17, 2015, there will be a theatrical double feature at the Edgemar Center for the Arts exploring Anti-Semitism and Racism
“It’s wonderfully unique, yet in so many ways it’s a universal, father-son story. We are not only telling this wonderful story of father and son… but also you’re getting that kind of unique aspect of this crazy world I grew up in.”
This multidimensional story about freedom, traditions and redemption is brought to life in incredibly dynamic ways, thanks to Lopez’s layered writing, Martin Benson’s tight direction and the talented cast, lead by SCR veteran Charlie Robinson
redwhite+bluezz has been transformed into a Clown Bar this month in Pasadena. That’s where you can see the West Coast premiere of a burlesque noir whodunit featuring sleazy clowns
The Torn Images born again, with Reviver
The Golden State Pops Orchestra's Holiday POPS Spectacular featured a diverse program that included classical carols and festive music from It’s a Wonderful Life, Home Alone, The Polar Express, Frozen, A Christmas Carol and many films
Once more the increasingly popular Pacific Opera Project delights audiences with an updated hilarious and touching rendition of Puccini's La Boheme
Courtesy of the Festival Ballet Theatre’s artistry, this classic brings an enchanting evening to the Irvine Barclay Theatre
LA Opera's La Florencia en las Amazonas is an enjoyable exploration of the power and enchantment of nature in peoples' lives
During its 35th anniversary, lead actor Hal Landon, Jr., director John-David Keller and a talented cast create Christmas magic once again at SCR
The much anticipated Ether event for rap rivals Dizaster vs. Cassidy shown to be a huge disappointment to fans
Hershey Felder is back on stage at the Geffen Playhouse with the latest in his series of one-man shows in which he re-creates the life and times of famous composers through a biographical narrative
Tanna Frederick will star in 'Dutchman,' part of A Celebration of Amiri Baraka, a free event in Los Angeles
Can love blossom in the midst of hate or will the atmosphere of pre-WWII Poland poison their lives
Although “All About Eve” is not in the same genre as Joe Orton’s scathing satire “What The Butler Saw,” there was one line spoken by Margo Channing
Can a slacker, a young drug dealer and a free thinking hippie girl find happiness by starting a new religion? That's the question the new edgy play, "Uploaded" attempts to answer at the Rogue Machine Theatre in Los Angeles.
Supersized silliness, wrapped in British accents brings you the latest production at the Mark Taper forum: What The Butler Saw
LA’s most “hilariously deranged” (Los Angeles Times) seasonal tradition is back for its 19th year! Every year, insurance agent Bob Finhead’s whacked out friends and clients stop by his small-town Iowa office for their annual holiday bash.
Born and raised by artist parents, Dominique gained not only a love for music through her talented father, but a reverence for the business as something that takes work, no matter who you know
Clever, funny take on beloved, well-known comic strip characters as they navigate the high school gauntlet on the path to figuring out who they are. Plus death. Plus the internet. Plus bullying. Plus binge drinking. Plus sexuality.