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Need a good reason to get out on the weekend? New West Symphony will be performing the classics for your enjoyment

New West Symphony and Grammy award-winning musical director/conductor Michael Christie are presenting a concert on April 2 at Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza and on April 3 at Rancho Campana...

 

A Complicated Hope

Kentwood Players presents a staged reading of A COMPLICATED HOPE, an original play by John Mabey on Sunday, March 27, 2022 at 7:00pm at the Westchester Playhouse, located at 8301 Hindry Avenue in...

 

Jackshit, one of four accomplished bands set to play at the Canyon Club

Four great concerts are coming to the Canyon Club venues. They are the most famous band to come out of Cochtolan, CA. A trio of brothers who polished their chops playing six sets a night at the local...

 

Don't be Square Learn how to Square Dance April 6

Square dancing is a wonderful opportunity to move aerobically to music, while having a lot of fun and making new friends. A new square dance class with a live caller/instructor will begin on...

 

Marvel at the stylings of Hall of Famer of the "Guitar Foundation of America" and Grammy award winner virtuoso musician David Russell

On March 18, at the majestic First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, William Jenks, founder of U.S. Classic Guitar, brings GRAMMY award winner and world-renowned classical guitarist David Russell...

 

CASTING FOR PREMIERE OF "ALMA"

Casting has been announced for the world premiere of up-and-coming playwright Benjamin Benne's new work "Alma" coming to Los Angeles at Center Theatre Group's Kirk Douglas Theatre March 6 through Apri...

 

Children's Bureau Hosts Celebrity Poet Panel

Children’s Bureau, a nonprofit leader in child abuse prevention and treatment in Southern California, will be hosting a conversation between famed authors Michael Warr and Tucker Smallwood in celebration of Black History Month on Monday, February...

 

Danner opens Creative Center for the Arts in Culver City

There aren't many people who can point to a career full of success as a performer, teacher, storyteller, entrepreneur, and expert. But Michelle Danner can. The legendary acting teacher has recently op...

 

The Actors' Gang Returns to the Stag Withs Satire 'Can't Pay? Don't Pay!'

‘Can't Pay? Don't Pay!’ written by Nobel Laureate Dario Fo and Franca Rame is returning to The Actors' Gang Theater in the old Ivy Substation on March 19, 2022, with previews beginning March 12, exactly two years from the day the theater was...

 

The British Invasion are invading the Canyon Clubs with Dramarama, Naked Eyes and Herman's Hermits

There are three great concerts coming to the Canyon Clubs. On February 4, Naked Eyes, and on February 26, Dramarama, will take the stage in Agoura Hills. Naked Eyes is a British new wave band that...

 

IN THE TRENCHES WITH CULVER ARTS

“Creativity takes courage.” ~ Henri Matisse The chaos resulting from the continuing battle with COVID has certainly confirmed that. And the Culver City Arts Foundation (“Culver Arts”) has...

 

Kentwood Players announces open auditions For FUN HOME

Kentwood Players will hold open auditions for the musical FUN HOME with book and lyrics by Lisa Kron, music by Jeanine Tesori, based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechdel, on Saturday, March 5, 2022...

 

Contemporary Painting, Illustration, Sculpture from Around the World Comes to Los Angeles

By Rachel Ganz On Wednesday evening January 19, 2022, the gorgeous model Kaia Gerber dazzled the Red Carpet with her beauty at The LA Art Show Opening Night Premiere Party at the Los Angeles...

 

"I've Got A Feeling" it won't be a "A Hard Day's Night" On February 5 with classic Beatles performances

Keith Putney Productions presents "The Beatles at the Movies: Songs from "A Hard Day's Night" and "Let It Be" as the next in the series of live concerts at the Grammy Museum celebrating the Beatles pe...

 

Culver City Arts Foundation Seeks New Board and Advisory Committee Members

The Culver City Arts Foundation (Culver Arts), which supports the arts in Culver City through its mission to preserve the past, enrich the present and create the future of arts and culture in the community, announced today that it is seeking to fill...

 

Come listen to the Four Freshman play from their top selling albums on Sunday

The legendary vocal quartet, The Four Freshman, will make a rare appearance on January 23 at the Lisa Wengler Center for the Arts at Pepperdine University in Malibu. Since their inception in 1948,...

 

Listen to the groundbreaking hits of the Fab Four spanning the'60's and the '70's

There are three great concerts coming to the Canyon Clubs. On January 21, The Fab Four, will take the stage at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. If you close your eyes and listen to The Fab Four...

 

Kentwood Players announces open auditions for CLUE

Kentwood Players will hold open auditions for CLUE, a murder mystery comedy adapted from the screenplay by Jonathan Lynn, written by Sandy Rustin with additional material by Hunter Foster and Eric...

 

Betty White Was For the Birds

By Larry Zarcoff In the mid 90s I got a call from the folks over at Buena Vista Television to direct and edit a pilot presentation for a proposed syndicated show called "The Betty White House." The...

 

Go on a Hawaiian musical journey at the Slack Key Festival and Island Marketplace on Jan. 16th

Kala Koa Entertainment is once again presenting its 15th Annual Southern California Slack Key Festival and Island Marketplace, the biggest Hawaiian music event of the year, at the Redondo Beach...

 

Song to a Seagull

Fly silly seabird No dreams can possess you No voices can blame you For sun on your wings My gentle relations Have names they must call me For loving the freedom Of all flying things My dreams with...

 

Learn to Square Dance

Tired of sitting home? Want to get out and meet people again? Square dancing is a wonderful opportunity to move aerobically to music, while having a lot of fun and making new friends. A new square dance class with a live caller/instructor will begin...

 

The Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra returns to live concerts

If you ever have the opportunity to hear the Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra, or attend another community-based arts performance, grab a friend and go. That’s what almost 400 people did just...

 

First Congregational Church of LA entertained with a Musica performance for the Christmas season

Director Martin Haselbock and his Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra, after a two-year respite due to Covid, finally were able to play in front of a live audience at First Congregational Church of LA,...

 

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