Nirvana Theater is one of Los Angeless rising theater companies, producing innovative productions in Spanish. Their latest show is Pastel, an examination of life and love and what it means to be a man. Pastel is the story of a couple celebrating their first wedding anniversary. While Alejandro is preparing his first year wedding anniversary, Adriana secretly walks out of her home sneaking out with a cake to meet up with her lover at a hotel room.The play will be in spanish
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CARLOS & RICHARD: Almaraz Serigraphs From Modern Multiples, 1985-1990 Announced at Bermudez Projects
January 12, 2022
Carlos Almaraz (1941-1989) painted murals and giant oils, works that burst with color and images of Echo Park, car crashes, and other aspects of life in LA. Most of these original works are out of reach of the common man now.
BWW Review: AZUL at Diversionary Theatre
December 18, 2021
Family history, identity, culture, and love are all wrapped up in AZUL the play at Diversionary Theatre playing through December 19th. When some members of the family leave Cuba for New York, and some members stay, the show follows two love stories on each island, and how to stay true to your heritage while thriving where you have developed roots.
BWW Review: PARSONS DANCE COMPANY'S POWERFUL REPERTOIRE AND PERFORMANCE PAYS OFF at Segerstrom Center For The Arts
December 04, 2021
Artistic Director and Choreographer David Parsons himself introduced the single performance evening at The Segerstrom to a thirsty audience, eager to see the dance company that had been lauded in advance at the beginning of this year's season and of course the much awaited return to live performances and audiences. He gave us a revised rundown of the pieces that were to be performed that night. He is very personable, relatable and captivating as he explains their endeavors, processes and the added hardships Covid placed on the company. The dancers, over the past year-and-a-half were in seven separate 'bubbles' to be able to work on and perfect the choreography. We learned after the performance, in a short Q & A with the dancers and David, that some of the dancers had only been with the company a few months! Their repertoire is quite extensive and precise with many lifts and lots of technique; not an easy feat! And not easy on the feet! They did not disappoint!
Windmill Turns 20 With Season 2022
November 15, 2021
Alongside the launch of Windmill Pictures’ first television series, Beep and Mort, Windmill Theatre Company returns with a bumper season of performances in 2022, that will see the company perform live in 25 cities and towns across Australia.
2021 Bric JazzFest Celebrates A Successful Return
October 28, 2021
From Thursday October 21 to Saturday October 23, BRIC, a leading contemporary, multi-disciplinary arts and media institution anchored in downtown Brooklyn, hosted the return of its annual in-person indoor festival BRIC JazzFest, one of New York City's premiere Jazz showcases that brings together legendary figures, groundbreaking artists and newcomers stretching across the spectrum of Jazz.
BWW Review: BALLETX ~ EXUBERANCE AND EXTRAORDINARY TECHNIQUE at Segerstrom Center For The Arts
October 23, 2021
For me, an exciting evening in the theater and in the world of ballet. The name Ballet'X' connotes a modern term denoting non-gendered, non-binary, and inclusivity. I instantly discerned that this company was on top of the latest consciousness, and has incorporated not only this, but the latest trend of mixing forms of dance together, the latest in staging and technology, and superbly trained young, up-and-coming dancers. The program for the evening consisted of three new works, by three diverse, world-renowned choreographers, all set on the dancers in the company. This young company, based in Philadelphia, is amazingly together with an eclectic repertoire, presenting a clean, fully executed array of interesting choreography and interpretations.
BWW Review: Good Theater Reopens with Scintillating World Premiere of Rob Urbinati's LADY SUSAN
October 22, 2021
The Good Theater reopened its doors last night with a breathtakingly stunning world premiere of Rob Urbinati’s new play LADY SUSAN, directed by Brian P. Allen and James Noel Hoban. Taking its inspiration from Jane Austen, this 21st century work has all the eloquence of an early 19th century classic, as it explores the intricate, timeless mating games that seem as relevant today as they did more than two hundred years ago.
Art Center Sarasota's 'Instructors and Students Invitational Show' Opens Next Month
October 14, 2021
The exhibit features work in various mediums by a multitude of Art Center Sarasota instructors and their students.
BWW Interview: MOCA's Alex Sloane Moving SUN & SEA
October 03, 2021
The national tour of SUN & SEA literally beaches at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA October 14th through the 16th. In its west coast debut, the producers of SUN & SEA will transform the Frank Gehry-designed former warehouse space into a sunny day at the beach with the installation of twenty-five tons of sand. Touring vocalists will be supplemented by L.A.-based choral group Tonality. Had the chance to get some behind-the-scenes’ scoop from MOCA’s associate curator of performance and programs Alex Sloane.
The Plymouth Arts Center Now Accepting Applications for 26th Annual Holiday Membership
September 29, 2021
The Plymouth Arts Center is accepting applications for its 26th Annual Holiday Membership Fine Art Exhibit in Gallery 110 North. The exhibit is open to all current Plymouth Arts Center members and to those who wish to become a member. A variety of annual membership levels are available beginning with a student level. Entry/prospectus for the exhibition must be postmarked or delivered to the PAC no later than October 22, 2021.
Milford Arts Council Announces Creative Drawing Class
September 13, 2021
The Milford Arts Council has announced an in person creative drawing class beginning in October.
Gigi Vega Follows Viral Hit with New Single 'Down Crazy'
August 31, 2021
Gigi Vega is a fast-rising recording star in the music scene. She made her debut in 2020 with the holiday song Mistletoe Kiss, which quickly went viral on TikTok, and has released several songs since.
VACNJ to Re-Open Shows for a Limited September Run
August 19, 2021
Friday, September 3, the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey will reopen the exhibitions Nancy Cohen: Atlas of Impermanence and Katrina Bello: Knowable Earth for a limited run through Sunday, September 26.
September and October Lineup Announced For The Hylton Performing Arts Center
July 31, 2021
On October 10, pianist Jeffrey Siegel officially relaunches indoor Hylton Presents performances in Merchant Hall with his concerts with commentary Keyboard Conversations Classics Declassified. Siegel hands off the baton to the Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra on October 30 for their Big Band Era performance Swingin' with the Met.
BWW Review: GODSPELL at Des Moines Playhouse: An Energetic Reimagining of a Classic Show!
July 14, 2021
Des Moines Playhouse has found itself adapting to the current climate throughout the pandemic and is continuing to produce live theatre. Last summer, they offered a drive-in theatre. Throughout the year, they have provided live indoor productions to smaller houses and streams of their shows. This summer, they are adapting once again by taking a step back in time. Taking a cue from the traveling tent shows the during the first part of the 20th century, the Playhouse is presenting a summer tent series. The tent series opened up on July 9 with a production of John-Michael Tebelak and Stephen Schwartz Godspell.