Hero Theatre presents a revival of Tea, Velina Hasu Houston’s powerful, lyrical exploration of the immigrant experience that has become a modern classic. Five Japanese women learn to adjust to a new life in rural Kansas alongside their American GI husbands after World War II in this deeply moving, humorous and surprising play that explores a little-known chapter in American history. April 21 through May 15; Rosenthal Theater @ Inner-City Arts, 720 Kohler St., Los Angeles, CA 90021; (323)…See More
February 26, 2022 at 7:30pm to April 30, 2022 at 9pm
A sophisticated reimagining of the classic fairy tale geared for adults and children alike. Loosely inspired by the Brothers Grimm, Rapunzel Alone is the story of Lettie, a young mixed-race girl from London who is sent to the countryside for her own safety during the daily bombings of World War II. On an isolated country farm, she faces her own battles with a strict new guardian and a very “fowl” goose. Appropriate for ages 7+. Performances feature Spanish supertitles. Proof of full vaccination…See More
The Emmy Award-winning “L.A. County Holiday Celebration,” a Los Angeles holiday tradition since 1959, joyously returns to The Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion to celebrate its 62nd anniversary with a free, live in-person holiday spectacular. The annual event will feature over 20 music ensembles, choirs and dance companies from the many neighborhoods and cultures that make up L.A. Internationally renowned mezzo-soprano Suzanna Guzmán and actor Brian White are back to co-host. Returning…See More
The West Coast premiere of a new musical comedy that hits all the right “notes.” Found isn’t just based on a true story, it’s based on hundreds of them! When the lost and broke Davy happens to find a peculiar note meant for someone else on the windshield of his car, it sparks an outlandish idea to collect the hilarious and revealing notes and letters that surround us every day. Along with friends, Denise and Mikey D, they're quickly swept up into a wild, comedic mission to share them with the…See More
L.A.’s largest holiday spectacular celebrates its 60th anniversary in 2019. Join this year’s co-hosts, internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano Suzanna Guzmán and actress Marissa Ramirez (Blue Bloods), for this free, three-hour holiday show featuring 25 music ensembles, choirs and dance companies from the many neighborhoods and cultures that make up L.A. Once again, PBS SoCal will host a live broadcast of the event that has been a Los Angeles holiday tradition since 1959, while KCET will air the…See More
A highly theatrical fever-dream that employs magical realism to tell the kaleidoscope journey of a strong and passionate woman facing an impossible tragedy. A desperate mother searches for her disappeared son amidst a totalitarian regime in an unnamed Latin American country. Produced by the Latino Theater Company in association with Mexico’s Foro Shakespeare, an independent non-profit space that generates and develops projects of direct social impact through the performing arts. Presented in…See More
"Re: (Steal in-duh-mail):
Links: L.A. performances (7/1 update).
This week's shows by (Cynthia Utterbach, ...more.)
The ('new') World Stage in Leimert Park (Village) hosts Friday 8pm PT LIVE STREAMS of righteous (J)azz; join…"
" Tired of the same old music? Well wake up to The Nixon Tapes on Roots Music & Beyond this Saturday July 2 from 6 to 8 in the morning on kpfk 90.7 fm or streaming at kpfk.org. I will be joined by my co-hosts w/ many fabuloImage by…"
Concert Series: Livestream/Archives & In-House Audience ·Fri. nites wkly · 8PM PT · Artist Support Fee: Donation Based.Hot off the desk of DwighTrible, Executive Director.JULY:Friday July 1st Vocalist Cynthia Utterbach.Friday July 8th Pianist Bobby West Friday July 15th Bassist Eric Revis Friday July 22nd Trumpeter…See More
The Nixon Tapes 1st & sometimes 5th Sat. of the month w/ Host, Tom Nixon ... takes listeners on a dithyrambic musical romp through all eras & areas making the familiar sound unfamiliar & vice versa.Saturdays, 6:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. (rotatin' hosts)Americana to world music sounds, folk to funk, bluegrass to blues & beyondSee More