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Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Returns to L.A.

We spoke with rehearsal director Matthew Rushing about the New York-based dance troupe’s upcoming performances in town

Peer Inside L.A. Opera’s Bustling Costume Shop

Long before the first note is sung, the L.A. Opera costume shop brings to life a production’s historic, mythological, or spiritual realms. This month’s The Ghosts of Versailles is its grandest project yet

Curtain Call: Award-winning Composer John Corigliano Encounters The Ghosts of Versailles

The rarely seen opera gets a full-scale production as part of L.A. Opera’s Figaro Unbound

Music Center 50th Anniversary Spectacular & Gala Dinner

The lavish evening begins with a champagne toast

Music History: The Music Center Turns the Big 5-0

The performing arts complex that Los Angeles so badly deserved celebrates half a century

Not Your Typical Swan Lake

The Australian Ballet presents a modern retelling of the Tchaikovsky classic

New Season of Le Salon De Musiques Announced

The series starts up again in October—music, talk and sandwiches sans crusts.

Sacred Rites at the Joffrey Ballet

100 years after pandemonium erupted at the Paris premiere of Vaslav Nijinsky's Le Sacre du Printemps, the ballet returns to L.A.

Birth Of Ovation

Wander into the Founders Room at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and you’ll find a portrait of the building’s namesake...