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Actors’ Gang “Romeo & Juliet: The Pokemon Go Edition”

Actors’ Gang “Romeo & Juliet: The Pokemon Go Edition”

Head down to Media Park for the 10th edition of The Actors' Gang annual Free Shakespeare-in-the-Park series, Romeo and Juliet: The Pokémon GO! Edition. Based on William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and inspired by the characters of the fun app that has everyone playing this summer Pokémon Go, this 45 minute, multi-generational production opens Saturday, August 6 and runs every [...]

KDT Will Open New Season with “Throw Me on the Burnpile…”

KDT Will Open New Season with “Throw Me on the Burnpile…”

The Kirk Douglas Theater will open their new season in September with the world premiere of “Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up” written and performed by Lucy Alibar and directed by Neel Keller. "Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up” blends a lecherous goat, Pentecostals on the radio, a clutter of inbred cats, phone calls from death row, Daddy’s burnpile and countless other [...]

CTG Announces 50th Season for Mark Taper Forum

CTG Announces 50th Season for Mark Taper Forum

Center Theatre Group celebrates 50 years in the iconic Mark Taper Forum with the 2017-2018 season announced today by Artistic Director Michael Ritchie. The new season features five plays that represent the past, present and future of the theatre, plus a special immersive event on the streets of Los Angeles. “Theatre has always created an extraordinary connection between artists and [...]

Of Sunlight – Shaina Levin

Of Sunlight  – Shaina Levin

Of Sunlight The world is not a happy place. It’s got hurt things and sad things and everything is dying The world is not a happy place. It owns good souls and bad souls and all of them have holes The world is not a happy place. We are distracted by the time we’re spending The same hashtags are constantly trending and still we watch the messages pending, words are [...]

IWOSC Does Docs at Panel “Documentaries: The Writer’s Vision Illuminated”

IWOSC Does Docs at Panel “Documentaries: The Writer’s Vision Illuminated”

IWOSC presents a panel discussion: "Documentaries: The Writers' Vision Illuminated" This event is free for IWOSC Members; $15 per person for non-members The journey from concept to production, distribution and sales presents quite the challenge. Documentarians possess the devotion to their subject and a certain single-mindedness that, if the fates allow, lead them to a worthy finished [...]

‘Shrek the Musical’ Opens Tonight at Vets

‘Shrek the Musical’ Opens Tonight at Vets

What's better than a musical fairy tale? A really funny musical fairy tale, that's what! July 14, 2016 - Tonight - at Vets Auditorium you can laugh out loud with the cast of Shrek the Musical (Jr.) from Dee-Lightful Productions. Your favorite ogre will be saving the princess, while your favorite donkey matches wits with a dragon, and all of your favorite fairy tale folks - the Gingerbread Man, [...]

Antics’ “Sneaker Suites” Takes on Shoes, Status and Style

Antics’ “Sneaker Suites” Takes on Shoes, Status and Style

In a deliciously unique blend of hip hop dance and poetry, Antics took over the Ivy Substation last weekend with an ode to the sneaker; as shoe, as status symbol, and as a launching pad for dance. Created and choreographed by the company's Artistic Director, Amy "Catfox" Campion, "Sneaker Suites" was an intimate and insightful performance by dancers whose street wise style of breaking, popping [...]

Center Theatre Group Names New Directors

Center Theatre Group Names New Directors

Deborah Warren has been named the new Director of Marketing and James Sims the new Director of Communications at Center Theatre Group of Los Angeles, one of the largest and most active nonprofit theatre companies in the country, it was announced today by Stephen D. Rountree, Center Theatre Group’s Managing Director. Warren arrives at Center Theatre Group with a marketing background that [...]

MCLM – Double M Jazz July 10

MCLM – Double M Jazz July 10

Double M Jazz Salon continues its legacy at the Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum in Culver City. Jazz Baroness Mimi Melnick first began Double M Jazz Salon in 1996 in her Encino home on Strawberry Drive. Mimi loved jazz, she organized and hosted the Jazz Salons to support the jazz community in Los Angeles. Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum is proud and honored to carry the torch. Sunday [...]

Culver City Public Theater Launches 18th Season with Frog Tales

Culver City Public Theater Launches 18th Season with Frog Tales

Culver City Public Theatre announces its 18th season of free theatre in Carlson Park. The season opens on July 16th at noon with Frog Tails, an original play as part of the Children’s Popcorn Theatre series. Long time company member Eric Billitzer has once again combined and updated two Grimm folk tales for a comedy of mistaken identities, magical spells, royal romance, and talking animals. [...]

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