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!
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.
Reality TV Celebrity Event Launches World's First Reality TV Pitch Contest Larissa From Average Joe: Hawaii, Sarah from Joe Millionaire, & "Chip" and Reichen from The Amazing Race Attend Event with Dozens of Other Well-Known Celebrities
The opening day of L.A. Fashion Week closed with a bang as a few hundred guests packed Ten9Fifty Studios to attend Gen Art's couture kickoff bash, taking place just a couple of miles from Smashbox Studios
80's friendship bracelets are back and they are taking over Hollywood! Gracing the wrists of Simpson sisters, Olson twins, and even Halle Berry & daughter India Puzzle Collection Italian charm bracelets are everywhere.
On March 18th, "Gourmet Sweden for the California Lifestyle" introduced Sweden's new culinary styling and fresh flavors to the American food trade at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.
Feinstein's at the Cinegrill brings Keely Smith back with her show, Keely Smith "Sings Sinatra". Joan Ryan arrives with "A Few Good Men", Richard Crystal follows with two performances of his show "I'm Billy Crystal's Brother", Tony Martin has three performances, Cynthia Sikes Yorkin closes May out ...
Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus' MAMMA MIA!, the smash hit musical based on the songs of ABBA, returns to Los Angeles at the Pantages Theatre. Performances begin Thursday, April 22 and runs through Saturday, June 12.
a Steven Bochco murder mystery, which keeps you guessing as it takes you down a twisty murder investigation. It is very Hollywood, very sexy, somewhat vulgar, full of morally challenged characters, and lots of fun.
Please join The Actors' Fund of America as Tony Award-winner Peter Hunt directs an all-star reading of the original Paramount screenplay by Charles Brackett, Billy Wilder and D.M. Marshaman, Jr. and adapted for the stage by David Rambo
The Kodak's Musical Series closes with Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" Tuesday, April 13 through Sunday, April 18, for eight performances only, in a production from Sunwoo Entertainment and Theatrical Arts.