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Fast Friday Film Special-LGBTQ Film Showing “Boy Erased”:
Canoga Park Youth Arts Center 2023 Spring Session
Save the date! Online registration for Spring classes begins March 13 at 8am Registration will be online via Eventbrite: Class fees will be collected in person at our center the week following registration. See the flyer for details. See you soon!
WeHo Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival
Each year, the City of West Hollywood celebrates the artistic contributions of the LGBTQ community with its vibrant WeHo Pride LGBTQ Arts Festiva. Arts Festival runs for 40 days, from Harvey Milk Day through the end of Pride month and is organized by the City of West Hollywood’s Arts Division with input from the City’s Lesbian & Gay Advisory Board, Transgender Advisory Board, Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission, and community partners. WeHo Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival projects are funded by…
Registration Summer Performing Arts Camp at Lankershim Arts Center
Four-week DCA/PERF Summer Performing Arts Camp at Lankershim Arts Center for youth, programmed by CUBCAKES and Interact Theatre Company! About this event The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, Performing Arts Division (DCA|PERF) has developed a new initiative to support youth performing arts in the North Hollywood (NoHo) area. In an effort to enhance Council District 2’s continued commitment to foster NoHo as a mecca for performing arts in Los Angeles, DCA is committed to developing a youth…
Queer people have had our stories ripped away. History is rewritten by the patriarchy. Love shamed where it once blossomed. Power is taken where it should thrive. What if we took back the narrative? Put the queer back in myth? David LeBarron does just this with his new play Monsters. He tells 4 stories from various myths through his intensely queer lens. Embrace the possibility. Monsters? We are heroes. Check the website for prices, dates, and time
Every Day She Rose
The personal becomes political in this collaboratively created new work from playwrights Andrea Scott and Nick Green. When racial and queer politics collide with the Black Lives Matter protest at the 2016 Toronto Pride Parade, two best friends discover that the things that brought them together may now drive them apart. A hilarious and heartbreaking stare-down of privilege and oppression. Check the website for pricing, dates, and times.