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“Hey! Looking to make some good money? Care if your current source of income leaves you potentially ridiculed and perhaps even ostracized by your friends and family? Looking to perform private and undercover acts (while not being quite so covered … Continue reading
Hollywood Bowl Opening Night 2013–an Evening full of Wonder, Legend, Awe-sten and Aero-Song-Smithery!
I enter the Hollywood Bowl. It looks clean, festive and somewhat renewed since last season. The stage resembles a 60s go-go dancer nervously awaiting her first cut rug clad in dayglo blue and pink square chain earrings, either hung from … Continue reading
‘Til Tech do us Part: What Textpect while you are Sexting = The Mother (Board) of all Play Festivals!
’Til Tech do us Part: It is about love, technology and various themes revolving around both. Mature subject matter may not be suitable for black berries, pagers, and cell phones so please make sure they are powered down during the … Continue reading
Wednesday March 21st at 7:00PM in the University’s Bovard Auditorium, Visions and Voices, a multidisciplinary program sponsored by USC’s Arts & Humanities Initiative, will present a powerful evening of documentary theater examining the timely and important efforts of seven courageous … Continue reading
To celebrate its 30th anniversary, and in reaction to the recent passing of the controversial 2012 National Defense Authorization Act, The Actors Gang are bringing back their theatrical production of George Orwell’s 1984 for a limited run, beginning Saturday Feb. 25th. … Continue reading
Are you a theater fan, looking for some exciting new voices? The Autry museum will host a reading of the play “Hunka” by an award-winning playwright of the Sicangu Lakota Nation, Larissa Fasthorse (at left), on Sunday, February 12. The … Continue reading
Who’s Hungry is a series of experimental puppet plays that tell the stories of the homeless and food-insecure living among us. The series premiered at The Great Hall in West Hollywood in June 2008, and was presented at the Flynn … Continue reading
Calling all theater fans, The Antaeus Company’s 7th ClassicsFest 2011 is in full effect at the Deaf West Theatre at 5112 Lankershim Blvd in North Hollywood. The classical theatre ensemble presents an impressive array of performances, readings and workshops to … Continue reading