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Running thru August 25, 2022: The Actors’ Gang, Free Shakespeare in the Park for Kids 

2022-08-28T17:35:11+00:00By |Past Events|

The Actors' Gang brings back the long-anticipated Free Shakespeare in the Park for Families with a production of “As BOO Like It” on Saturday, August 6, 2022, continuing its 15-year tradition of free theater in Culver City Media Park.  This is a

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Running thru June 5, 2022: The Wallis, “KING LEAR”

2022-06-08T13:42:18+00:00By |Past Events|

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

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Theater Review: SOMETHING ROTTEN! at the Ahmanson Theatre

2020-02-17T19:14:40+00:00By |Reviews, Theater/Poetry/Books|

Something Rotten! is anything but. The Ahmanson Theatre's Los Angeles premiere of the Broadway smash, which is nominated for 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, is in fact many things -- hilarious, outrageous, superbly clever, dazzling to watch, bitingly satiric, emphatically

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Additional Art Parties/Events – Last Half of November 2017!

2020-01-19T02:04:32+00:00By |Past Events|

Here is a list of top events taking place during the latter half of November chosen by the LAArtParty.com team. Enjoy!VIP subscribers have already been notfied of additional events and some very special info on what is coming up. Some not

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March 8, 2019: C Gallery on Broadway, “For Art’s Sake,” Closing

2022-11-19T17:17:41+00:00By |Past Events|

C Gallery on Broadway hosts a closing reception on March 8, for "For Art's Sake, Celebrating 50 Years of the Art of Michael Ezzell." Michael Ezzell, born in Texas, spent his early years abroad in England where he was fortunate to

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