Hershey Felder is Chopin in Paris! From the moment we are invited into Fryderyk Chopin‘s Paris salon where he gives music lessons by day and performances at night, we are captivated by Felder’s wonderful performance. We, the audience are given a
The Mexican born Frida Kahlo was a woman of the world…a revolutionary. Unlike most women of that era, Kahlo was a wife who did not hold her tongue, a feminist prior to the feminism movement, an activist before women dared to
We take our seats in the Bram Goldsmith Theater as well as in bleachers constructed on the stage that is set with banquet tables. Pillars of video screens on either side of the stage project images of storms, forest fires, tidal
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts presents a radical reinvention of Shakespeare’s “KING LEAR,” starring Emmy® Award and NAACP Image Award winner Joe Morton (ABC’s “Scandal,” the legendary Brother from Another Planet, Netflix’s “The Politician,” Justice League). CLICK HERE
In West LA...UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance (CAP UCLA) presents Pam Tanowitz/Brice Marden/Kaija Saariaho’s Four Quartets on Saturday, February 15, and Sunday, February 16, at Royce Hall (10745 Dickson Court, LA, 90095) at 3pm. Read a review by one
Happy Thanksgiving from the LAArtParty team. All of our top ten events are done for November....but we have some great events coming up for December 2019. Scroll down to see some thanksgiving dining options....see our sister site EatTravelGo.com for restaurant reviews.
Here are some additional events for the last half of June. Don't forget to check our Top Ten list....there are still some fun events for June. All of our top ten events can be found on our Upcoming Events Page. Remember, we