Curtain Call: The Not So Lush Life of Bettye Lavette

"I’ve never been in any social or communal catastrophe. Everything bad that has happened to me has happened to me personally"

Bringing the Communal Spirit of Dance From the Kibbutz to Beverly Hills

Rami Be’er’s big, bold If At All comes to the Wallis

Curtain Call: Why is “Hair” at the Hollywood Bowl Bringing Adam Shankman to Tears?

Hint: The director and choreographer has only two weeks to let the sunshine in on the three-night production

Shaun of the Dead Is Playing at The Greek for One Night Only

The rom-zom-com is back on the big screen
S.T.A.G.E.

Mrs. Brady Whips Up Some Money at S.T.A.G.E.

The Southland Theatre Artists Goodwill Event (S.T.A.G.E.) is one of the longest running HIV/AIDS fundraisers on the planet

Curtain Call: Grant Gershon Launches Los Angeles Master Chorale’s 50th Season

"If I conduct the 'Torreador Song' during Tallis, we’ve got problems."

Opening Night: Angela Lansbury Dances Her Way Through Blithe Spirit

Want to guffaw and get chills simultaneously? Go to Blithe Spirit at the Ahmanson

Classical Music and Surfer Films Come Together in a Screening of The Reef at Walt Disney Concert Hall

The Australian Chamber Orchestra’s Richard Tognetti discusses the unique pairing

Curtain Call: Playwright Horton Foote’s Legacy Lives On

After racing to get The Trip To Bountiful to Broadway, Foote’s daughter Hallie brings the show to L.A.