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‘Light in the Moonless Midnight’ Coming to Ivy Substation

‘Light in the Moonless Midnight’ Coming to Ivy Substation

Kairos Dance Company will present “Light in the Moonless Midnight” which explores the stories of six individuals who have been touched by mental illness, and shows mental illness in its past, present, and hopeful future through dance. Kairos Dance Company is a non profit 501 C(3) that uses dance as a platform to bring awareness to social issues in order to better our community. Kairos [...]

Wende Museum to Serve ‘Food for Thought’ June 21

Wende Museum to Serve ‘Food for Thought’ June 21

The Wende Museum invites our Culver City neighbors to join us for an evening of conversation and community. Speak with museum curators about their favorite pieces in the current Wende exhibition, Dinner Party Politics: Food Culture in the Eastern Bloc, and meet other people interested in the local arts community. Wende curators Amanda Roth and Joes Segal will offer a series of short [...]

Culver City Public Theatre Announces 19th Summer Season

Culver City Public Theatre Announces 19th Summer Season

Culver City Public Theatre is proud to announce its 19th season of free theatre in Carlson Park, celebrating the Culver City Centennial. Our Children’s Popcorn Theatre presentation is “To Oz and Back”, a collection of short plays written by Daniel L. Hurewitz, Christopher Gough, Morna M. Martell and Jen Huszcza, and directed by Eve Weston. All revolve around characters from MGM’s beloved [...]

Tales of the Road Home – The Refugee Project @ Actors Gang

Tales of the Road Home – The Refugee Project @ Actors Gang

Immigration has vanished from the headlines and talk shows, but its reality has not. Learn more about it from actual refugees and their descendants tonight and Saturday as Culver City’s Actors’ Gang performs The Refugee Project, a spotlight on the flights, plights and insights of their cast members in the final leg of their Spring Season of Justice trilogy that began January 19 with the [...]

Culver City’s Boulevard Music Festival Set to Kick Off July 6

Culver City’s Boulevard Music Festival Set to Kick Off July 6

Summer breezes, an intimate courtyard, and great music. It's time to find the picnic basket and the big blanket and get ready for another summer; the 2017 Culver City’s Boulevard Music Summer Festival. Boulevard Music will present six free concerts on Thursday evenings at 7 pm from July 6 through August 10 in the palm-lined courtyard of Culver City's City Hall. July 6 - Country/Bluegrass [...]

Casting Set for ‘King of the Yees’ @ KDT

Casting Set for ‘King of the Yees’ @ KDT

Center Theatre Group has announced the casting for the world premiere production of “King of the Yees” by Lauren Yee. Directed by Joshua Kahan Brody and produced in association with Goodman Theatre, “King of the Yees” begins previews July 9, opens July 16 and continues through August 6, 2017, at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. The cast includes, in alphabetical order, Rammel Chan, Francis Jue, [...]

Director Benitz Reflects “If All the Sky Were Paper…” Tonight at KDT

Director Benitz Reflects “If All the Sky Were Paper…” Tonight at KDT

John Benitz found the concept so compelling, he had to go with it. "I read about Andrew Carroll in National Geographic about eight years ago and couldn’t shake this idea of some guy risking life and limb to travel around the globe collecting letters written time of war. Being a theatre person, I knew there was a play somewhere in this story. I approached Andy and we began a collaboration that [...]

Culver City Symphony to Offer “Americans, And Music From (the Time of ) Hamilton – June 10

Culver City Symphony to Offer “Americans, And Music From (the Time of ) Hamilton – June 10

The orchestra has a special relationship with composer William Grant Still: May 11, 1895-Dec. 3, 1978. Still was born in Mississippi, and learned to play the violin, piano, oboe and cello. He studied at the renowned Oberlin School of Music, and received lessons from eminent avant garde composer Edgar Varèse. Varèse respected Still's talents and gave Still the sage advice to write music in his [...]

AVPA Java Gala – June 3

AVPA Java Gala – June 3

Java Gala IX, our ninth annual benefit and celebration of AVPA, takes place at the Kirk Douglas Theatre TOMORROW, Saturday, June 3, at 8pm. This production is produced in partnership between the AVPA Foundation and the Center Theatre Group. The Reception begins at 7pm! Complimentary dessert and non-alcoholic beverages will be available. There will also be a cash bar. Enjoy live music by the [...]

LA Film Festival Returns to Culver City

LA Film Festival Returns to Culver City

The Los Angeles Film Festival is returning to downtown Culver City on Thursday, June 14, 2017 at ArcLight Culver City. Produced by Film Independent, the Festival presents one-of-a-kind events featuring critically acclaimed filmmakers, industry professionals and award-winning talent from Los Angeles and around the world. The Festival’s signature programs include the Filmmaker Retreat, [...]

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