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Gunhild Carling Big Band

Swedish musical sensation Gunhild Carling is an internationally acclaimed superstar whose show is a can’t-miss event! Whether she’s singing favorite swinging jazz standards, playing one

Celebration Theatre presents A New Brain


For the Love of a Glove: An Unauthorized Musical Fable About Michael Jackson As Told By His Glove

“For the Love of a Glove” takes a decidedly off-kilter approach to skewering social issues through the life story of Michael Jackson. Using a combination of
New Musical


An Evening in Paris with Edith Piaf , is a unique solo performance as told by the spirit of Edith Piaf...French chanteuse, international star and

Hansel and Gretel
Hansel and Gretel
2/18 - 6/3/2023

Hansel and Gretel is Storybook Theatre's award-winning musical retelling of the famous fairy tale.  The popular musical about the brother and sister who leave home

A joyous girl power romp! This is the story of an extraordinary girl who, armed with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind, dares to

5/25 - 6/4/2023

In a Berlin nightclub, as the 1920's draw to a close, a garish Master of Ceremonies welcomes the audience and assures them they will forget

Frequency Vol. 2 SIRENS
Frequency Vol. 2 SIRENS
6/2 - 6/4/2023

Enter the Sea of RED, where there is no separation between audience and performers in this immersive intersection of the arts. Featuring the alluring dancers

Godspell book by John-Michael Tebelak music & lyrics by Stephen Schwartz conceived & originally directed by John-Michael Tebelak based on The Gospel According to St.

Feed the need for musical hilarity with this delicious sci-fi smash about a man-eating plant, featuring the 2003 Broadway orchestrations.

Matinicus: The Story of Abigail Burgess

Based on the true story of Abigail Burgess, a young lighthouse keeper’s daughter, living on a rock 25 miles off the coast of Maine, this

Modern Parlor Magic with David Carlo

David Carlo’s Modern Parlor Magic is an immersive and intimate evening of magic, mentalism and theater inspired by Victorian era parlor shows and found diary

On This Side of the World
On This Side of the World
5/11 - 6/4/2023

  On This Side of the World Music & Lyrics by Paulo K Tiról Created with & Directed by Noam Shapiro A World Premiere Musical

5/13 - 6/4/2023

He's a beloved leader, a distinguished military commander and a devoted husband. But when an envious subordinate introduces the notionjust the slightest whispered hintthat Othello's

4/14 - 6/4/2023

World Premiere written by Oscar nominated Alessandro Camon Directed by Ann Hearn Tobolowski Michael and Nora travel to visit his mother Marianne, a reclusive artist

The Book of Will
The Book of Will
5/7 - 6/4/2023

You don’t have to love Shakespeare to enjoy The Book of Will , playwright Lauren Gunderson’s re-imagining of the desperate search to find, preserve and

Shrek The Musical Jr
6/2 - 6/5/2023

Beauty is in the eye of the ogre in Shrek The Musical JR., based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film and fantastic Broadway musical. It's

In a loving home in the city of London, Dalmatian parents, Pongo and Perdita happily raise their Dalmatian puppies, until the monstrous Cruella De Vil


Great Ladies of Broadway  TERI RALSTON and ALIX KOREY combine their   formidible talents for an  evening of songs from the many hit shows they

Introduce theatre to your classroom today! Explore, Create and Share the arts with this easy-to-use, multi-media program.

Alonzo King Lines Ballet: Deep River

Alonzo King LINES Ballet returns to the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts with Deep River by company co-founder, artistic director, and visionary choreographer

An Evening with Renée Fleming

Soprano Rene Fleming, hailed as one of the greatest artists of our time, will captivate you with a performance that highlights her sumptuous voice, compelling

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Latest Los Angeles Reviews

Review: THE BOTTOMING PROCESS at The Renberg Theatre

by Harker Jones - May 31, 2023

This could have been a compelling exploration of interracial and intergenerational relationships, but with the lead being so hateful and the script so sharply heavy-handed, any impact is lost....

Review: THE BOOK OF WILL at A Noise Within

by Evan Henerson - May 28, 2023

Gunderson’s storytelling and her love of Shakespeare is another. It’s also icing on a most tasty cake that may not be for all palates. If you get the running gag of a character’s passion for PERICLES, this one’s for you....


by Tracey Paleo - May 30, 2023

The production values and cast of the Ahmanson Theatre's, A SOLDIER'S PLAY, are absolutely stellar. But, I had to wonder, is this story 'enough' for the younger African-American audiences of today?...

Review: SIX: THE MUSICAL at Hollywood Pantages Theatre

by Evan Henerson - May 20, 2023

The tour of SIX at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre, directed by Lucy Moss and Jamie Armitage, is 90 minutes of partying with performers Khaila Wilcoxon, Storm Lever, Natalie Paris, Olivia Donalson, Courtney Mack and Gabriela Carrillo as killer – or maybe make that killed? - MCs....

Review: AVAAZ At South Coast Repertory

by Tracey Paleo - May 16, 2023

AVAAZ is incredibly sweet.  But so much more. The entire 100 minutes with Michael Shayan is joyous....

Review: Emotionally Impactful World Premiere Play COLEMAN '72 Debuts at South Coast Repertory

by Michael Quintos - May 10, 2023

In between wiping tears from my eyes, what I witnessed was, by far, one of the most emotionally-impactful dramas I have seen this year, filled with heart-wrenching scenes, nuanced acting choices, and plenty of funny, incredibly relatable moments that pierced through the tension. A unique yet familia...

Review: SCINTILLA at Road Theatre

by Evan Henerson - May 06, 2023

WWhat seems like a deceptively simple premise develops several intriguing layers in Alessandro Camon’s SCINTILLA, enjoying its world premiere at the Road Theatre. Equal parts domestic drama and a harrowing investigation into the results of climate change, SCINTILLA is as impactful as it is unrelenti...

Review: HAIRSPRAY at Dolby Theatre

by Harker Jones - May 05, 2023

Aerosol is in the air as Tracy Turnblad, Penny Pingleton, and the teens of Baltimore bring politics and pizzazz to Hollywood with a stunning production of one of the best and beloved musicals of all time....

Review: A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC at Pasadena Playhouse

by Harker Jones - May 03, 2023

Part of its Stephen Sondheim Celebration this spring, “A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC” is another triumph for the Pasadena Playhouse, following up the sublime “Sunday in the Park with George.”...

Review: Jason Robert Brown Shares His Gifts at OC's Segerstrom Center

by Michael Quintos - May 03, 2023

It's a rare treat when an actual living legend of musical theatre like Jason Robert Brown comes to our neck of the woods to talk about his work, let alone perform some of these works live in an intimate cabaret setting. But thanks to Segerstrom Center of the Arts, the composer gave us a spectacular ...


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