Articles by Lawrence Davis
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.
On the historic rooftop of the Gerry Building in downtown L.A. the autumn-winter 2004 couture and ready-to-wear collections of deseo 23 were premiered at a splendid fashion show and brand launch.
I always like the win-win-win. Tis one of life's supremely satisfying scenarios when, simultaneously, many parties benefit -- and this benefit party, put on by AIU and Animal Avengers, enabled just that.
The marquee reads "Kenny Loggins" "Crosby Loggins". Saturday June 12th the top recording artist and son perform in Los Angeles' Greek Theater.
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.
Sony's SCD-BM1 professional-level digital recorder is a full functioning dictating machine that can accommodate up to 345 minutes of recording with the supplied removable 16MB Memory Stick.
In a fusion of Korean charcoal barbeque and Japanese-style meat grilling, Gyu-Kaku (meaning "horn of the bull" in Japanese) has taken Los Angeles by the horns.
VS. Theatre Company is a newly formed company dedicated to producing original works, west coast premieres or rarely produced plays.
Tourism to Stockholm has never been better. In fact, the number of visitors to Stockholm is increasing like never before.
Twas a very hot day in the great South Bay, and it wasn't even yet the merry month of May! But hundreds of lovers of gastronomical delights braved the heat to attend the annual "For Our Children" food and wine fest, and were glad they did.
I recently took a once in a lifetime trip to Sweden. I visited Stockholm for a few days and then went to experience the Ice Hotel in Kiruna. I am reporting on this amazing trip in a series of feature articles beginning with my trip to Kiruna and the Ice Hotel.
Arguably the longest-running Jewish musical in Los Angeles theatre history, this heart-warming production entertains young and old alike!
'Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl' Tops List With Six Noms 50 First Dates and X2: X-Men United are Tied with Four Noms Each MTV Movie Awards Airs on June 10th at 9PM (ET/PT)
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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.
L.A.'s recently-wrapped "Spring Edition" of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week took place from March 29 to April 2, and what a whirlwind it was.
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 great taste of Coca-Cola with half the sugar, carbohydrates and calories
Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston have spent more time on the gossip pages than in the music charts due to their numerous brushes with addiction.
If by chance you were still recovering from April Fools Day and didn't make it to the first day of Methodfest (aka the 6th annual Method Fest independent film festival), you may be wondering: what was the opening celebration like? In a word: musicalifragilisticnetworkalldelicious!
Jan's coffee shop located on Beverly blvd, between Orlando and Croft. Jan's is far superior to the average coffee shop.
Wave Of Dynamic New Resources-Enhanced By Visiting Exhibitors, Added To Strong Spikes In Retail Attendance At California Market Center's Fall '04 Fashion Market
It was the most star-studded night in recent memory at the Museum of Tolerance.
IFFLA Presents 25 Films Screening April 14-18, Including 6 North American Premieres Special Tribute Will Honor Award-Winning Indian Actress Kirron Kher
The historic Ford Amphitheatre hosts an eclectic bill of world and folk music from an array of cultures this season in L.A.'s most intimate outdoor concert venue. Season highlights include...
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.
The historic Ford Amphitheatre hosts a world class bill of jazz offerings this season in L.A.'s most intimate outdoor concert venue.
The Ford Amphitheatre hosts a range of classic, independent and gay and lesbian films on their outdoor screen this 2004 season.
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.
Classical Music Events July 11 Through September 13
Feature Latin And Sephardic Flavors And A Trio Of Distinguished Pianists