The 30-seat Black Dahlia proves that when done well, small theater knows no limits. Since founding the Dahlia four years ago, Matt Shakman has developed a storefront showcase for new works by emerging writers…
For more than 70 years, Bob Baker has had the world on a string. The master puppeteer has worked with Disney, Elvis, and Leno, but his most precious achievement…
Live music from the late 19th and early 20th centuries is an elusive animal in a city of rock and roll. Yet Gershwin romantics can still swoon…
Every Sunday starting at four, traditional Irish jigs and ballads fill Finn McCool’s, a five-year-old Santa Monica pub…
The Geffen Playhouse at the center of Westwood Village has played a key role in Los Angeles theater since 1995…
Every kind of guitar that can cry the blues, blast rock, or croon a country tune makes it onstage at some point during Guitarology…
You’d think you were at a Stones concert, except the screaming girls are four and the heartthrob at center stage is wearing pigtails and kneesocks….
The line between music and erotic seduction is irretrievably blurred every time the Toledo Show takes the stage…
The Hollywood Bowl is one of the largest natural outdoor amphitheaters in the world. From its very first season performance in 1922, it has been a renowned Southern Californian locale where Angelenos have gathered to picnic and enjoy music…
With an annual audience over one million, the Los Angeles Philharmonic is a musical cornerstone for Los Angeles culture…
The Luckman Fine Arts Complex is defined by its four venues; Luckman Theatre, Street of the Arts, The Gallery, and Luckman Intimate Theatre.
Neighborhood: South San Gabriel
With glowing letters stretched skyward, the Pantages is a Broadway beacon in the heart of Hollywood…