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The historic Ford Theatres presents a summer season of music, dance, theatre, film and family events in its 1,200-seat outdoor Amphitheatre. Picnicking is encouraged! Food and beverages are available for purchase onsite. Check online for detail on performances, ticket prices, dates and times.
WORLD PREMIERE MUSICAL! They were intelligent, ambitious, independent women. It just wouldn’t do. 1893. A time of hope and optimism as the World’s Fair turns the globe’s eyes toward Chicago. But within this cultural explosion of art and technology, a demon lurks beneath. Taking advantage of the modern woman’s adventuresome spirit, H.H. Holmes builds a hotel – a murder castle – to entrap and kill unsuspecting ladies new to the big city. From the team behind the critical and box-office…
The program will feature scenes from all of the company’s touring operas and the professional singers of the Guild Opera performing some the greatest arias and ensembles from the opera literature.
The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles presents LA’s most haunting theatrical experience this Halloween season! Re-uniting the imagination of retired Disney Imagineer Chris Runco (Haunted Mansion®, Pirates of the Caribbean®) and Royal Shakespeare Company director Kenn Sabberton The Tragedie of Macbeth: An Immersive Experience is a 360° environmental spectacular of Shakespeare’s famous play. Travel from cursed moors to ill-fated ancestral castles in the Shakespeare Center’s downtown building as Macbeth’s bloody ambition is laid bare in an intense, hair-raising experience.
Joining in the conversation about cancer and participating in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Jewish Women’s Theatre presents poignant, moving and funny stories about what it means to live with and live after cancer. This show features select JWT stories from previous seasons.
Multi-award winning Interact Theatre Company will be returning to its roots, the San Fernando Valley, where it was founded as a membership company thirty years ago, for a play reading series, “THE PULITZER PRIZE WINNERS: 10 PLAYS FROM 10 DECADES.” Celebrating the centennial of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the series is produced by Barry Heins, and hosted by the North Hollywood Amelia Earhart Regional Library, located at 5211 Tujunga Avenue. The readings will take place on the last Sunday…
Created in 1990 as a public access show based in East L.A., Illegal interns became the conduit for bilingual entertainment, creating a platform for Latino/as in pop culture, politics, music, film, and tonterias. Guest speakers will be Flavio Morales and Richard Estrada
Center Theatre Group partners with local artists, theatre companies, and libraries to present English and Spanish play readings every month. When a group of Mexican American veterans and their wives gathers to share their life stories, an entire generation comes alive. From the barrios of Los Angeles to the jungles of Vietnam, this unique testimonio-style play connects audiences to the invisible histories within our own communities. Based on the actual oral histories of Chicano Vietnam vets and their families, Ring…
Center Theatre Group partners with local artists, theatre companies, and libraries to present English and Spanish play readings every month. When a group of Mexican American veterans and their wives gathers to share their life stories, an entire generation comes alive. From the barrios of Los Angeles to the jungles of Vietnam, this unique testimonio-style play connects audiences to the invisible histories within our own communities. Based on the actual oral histories of Chicano Vietnam vets and their families,…
From the ashes of Los Angeles’ 1992 rebellion/riots arose a collective of East Side musicians committed to respectfully continuing the legacy of over 70 years of Chicano Rock. Quetzal forges a sound that will simultaneously make you dance and contemplate change, a sound as rich and complex as their pluri-ethnic barrio experience.