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Temecula Presents - Temecula - Presents:Avocado Dance Theatre3/16/2018 - 3/17/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
Our premiere resident dance group since 2012, Avocado Dance Theatre (ADT) is the face of Temecula’s modern dance scene.
Under the artistic direction of Lori Craig Torok, this dynamic dance company draws you in with their creativity and theatrical repertoire. Every season ADT breaks new artistic barriers and present a performance that will leave you on the edge of your seat begging for more.
Cal Poly Music Department - - Presents:Cal Poly Choirs Winter Concert: Lux PerpetuaSaturday, 3/17/2018
Lux perpetua ("perpetual light") is the theme of the Cal Poly Choirs' winter concert as the choirs present an exploration of works that revolve around subject of light. Works by Eriks Ešenvalds, James Whitbourn, Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and others will be performed.
McCallum Theatre for the Performing Arts - Palm Desert - Presents:Tribute to Glenn Miller and Tex Beneke Sunday, 3/18/2018
With guest stars The Four Freshmen, The Modernaires, Gina Eckstine and comedy host Dick Hardwick
Back by popular demand, an All New Version you won't believe...this annually sold out show will once again feature a new star studded lineup of performers including a special segment from the hit album:
Third@First Concert Series - Pasadena - Presents:A Bernstein Centennial ConcertSaturday, 3/17/2018
The program will include transcriptions from Bernstein’s Mass and West Side Story for cello and piano songs and arias from his stage pieces and his choral work, The Chichester Psalms.
El Camino College - Torrance - Presents:Wartime Radio ReviewSunday, 3/18/2018
“Broadcasting live, all across America, to all the ships at sea, and to all our boys in uniform stationed abroad, this is Wartime Radio Revue!”
La Sierra University - Riverside - Presents:Beethoven & Schubert on Period InstrumentsSaturday, 3/17/2018
A concert performed on period instruments
La Sierra University's music department presents Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert on period instruments.
Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles - Glendale - Presents:Come As You Are: Music From The '90s3/24/2018 - 3/25/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/24/2018)
Oh, Snap! GMCLA is preparing a phat show for '90s kids of all ages. We'll be living La Vida Loca, head-banging to grunge, surfing the ancient dial-up web, and we promise to leave you begging: Hit Me Baby, One More Time!
Find out Wazzzzap March 24 & 25 at Come As You Are: Music from the '90s!
The Music Center - Los Angeles - Presents:The Joffrey Ballet's Romeo & Juliet 3/9/2018 - 3/17/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
The Joffrey Ballet returns to Los Angeles with a stunning take on the perennial classic, Romeo & Juliet. Much more than the archetypal tragic story of forbidden love, this reimagined tale takes place amid the tumult of 20th century Italian politics and sets Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers against a backdrop of politics and war.
MenAlive - Orange County Gay Men's Chorus - Irvine - Presents:Greetings From CaliforniaSaturday, 3/31/2018
From La La Land to the City by the Bay. From the sun-drenched Surf City to the snow-capped Sierra Nevadas. MenAlive celebrates the beauty and excitement of the Golden State as only they can! Top hits from the Beach Boys, Tony Bennett and OC's own Gwen Stefani, plus a special tribute to a man named Walt.
No other place on Earth has inspired more fabulous song than this land we call home.
Diversionary Theatre - san diego - Presents:The Happiest Place on Earth3/15/2018 - 4/15/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
It's a world of laughter. It's a world of tears.
Once upon a time in 1955, a magical kingdom was built on the founding principles of dreams, American idealism, and our wildest hopes. Eight years later, a quintessential American family reeling from the l
Palm Springs Opera Guild of the Desert - PALM SPRINGS - Presents:Opera in the Park - Palm SpringsSunday, 4/8/2018
The 20th anniversary edition of the ever-popular Opera in the Park is a FREE community event. Come listen to a live professional orchestra accompanying eight amazing opera singers, and enjoy an afternoon of music in a pastoral setting.
Palos Verdes Symphonic Band - Rolling Hills Estates - Presents:Irish Eyes are Smiling: A St. Patrick's CelebrationSaturday, 3/17/2018
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with the Palos Verdes Symphonic Band
Featured will be composer Bill Whelan's music from the world-renowned theatrical show Riverdance, and dancers from the Kelly school of Traditional Irish Dance will perform live to selections with the band. Aedan MacDonnell will perform on Celtic Harp.
Echo Theater Company - Los Angeles - Presents:An Undivided Heart3/14/2018 - 4/22/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
The Echo Theater Company and Circle X Theatre Co. join forces to present Yusuf Toropov’s new play that is part thriller and part spiritual mystery.
Los Angeles Master Chorale - Los Angeles - Presents:Lagrime di San Pietro (Tears of St. Peter)3/17/2018 - 3/18/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
Renaissance composer Orlando di Lasso’s intensely powerful Lagrime di San Pietro (Tears of St. Peter), staged by innovative and acclaimed director Peter Sellars.
Desert Rose Productions, Inc. - Rancho Mirage - Presents:Suddenly Last Summer3/9/2018 - 4/1/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
Tennessee Williams’ classic horror story is the tale of Sebastian Venable’s life and death, and his mother Violet’s diabolical plan to stifle the truth about Sebastian by cutting the memories out of her niece Catherine’s brain. Can money really change the truth??
Cygnet Theatre - San Diego - Presents:A Little Night Music3/7/2018 - 4/22/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
Cygnet is thrilled to revisit one of its favorite musicals. Desirée Armfeldt has always captured the hearts of men. When both of her lovers-and their wives-show up for a weekend in the country, a tangled web of love and desire lead to humorous and heartbreaking revelations. Sophisticated, literate and stylish, but also disarmingly warm, funny, charming and very human.
Hollywood Pantages- Nederlander - Los Angeles - Presents:Disney's Aladdin1/10/2018 - 3/31/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Disney's ALADDIN, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite.
Rogue Machine Theatre - Los Angeles - Presents:El Niño2/24/2018 - 4/2/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
WINNER BEST SEASON 2017 - OVATION AWARD
Will the winds blow? The rains come? The cat die? Legendary local playwright Justin Tanner fashions a new laugh-out-loud comedy that encompasses his talent for writing an equally brilliant underbelly of sadness for humankind. Once again discover all you’ve come to love about a Tanner piece, including his regular cast.
Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace Foundation - Yorba Linda - Presents:Nixon Library Family Concert Series1/7/2018 - 7/29/2018 (next performance: Sunday, 3/18/2018)
FREE FAMILY CONCERT SERIES
Free concerts are held Sundays, except when otherwise noted, and are open to the public.
Little Fish Theatre - San Pedro - Presents:The Balcony Scene by Wil Calhoun3/15/2018 - 4/5/2018 (next performance: Sunday, 3/18/2018)
Alvin is an historian who believes the world is declining into chaos and has taken refuge in his apartment. Karen is a diehard optimist with a high pressure job who moves in next door. They meet on their adjoining balconies and form a friendship that sets their two worlds on a collision course.
USC Thornton School of Music - Los Angeles - Presents:Jazz Night 3/19Monday, 3/19/2018
Students from Thornton's jazz programs showcase contemporary jazz works at Carson Center.
Cal State University Fullerton - Fullerton - Presents:Saxophone Chamber EnsemblesTuesday, 3/20/2018
Classical saxophonists from the CSUF School of Music perform.
Spreckels Organ Society - San Diego - Presents:Spreckels Organ Concerts1/1/2018 - 7/29/2018 (next performance: Sunday, 3/18/2018)
The Spreckels Organ is located in the heart of San Diego’s Balboa Park.
Concerts are held every Sunday at 2 p.m. (for one hour) and on Monday evenings in summer (7:30 to 9:30 p.m.). No tickets are issued to concerts, because all concerts are free and open to the public.
McCallum Theatre for the Performing Arts - Palm Desert - Presents:Maestro: The Art of Leonard Bernstein Starring Hershey Felder3/20/2018 - 3/21/2018 (next performance: Tuesday, 3/20/2018)
Combining first person narrative, and his own music as well as music that inspired him, Hershey Felder as Leonard Bernstein in MAESTRO is a tale spanning the entire 20th century. Leonard Bernstein, one of America’s greatest musicians, broke through every artistic ceiling possible to become the world’s musical ambassador.
University of Redlands - Redlands - Presents:Graduate Violin RecitalSaturday, 3/17/2018
Kaylene Pecora, violin
Boston Court - Pasadena - Presents:A Streetcar Named Desire2/15/2018 - 4/1/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
written by Tennessee Williams
directed by Michael Michetti
This daring new production strips away decades of Southern gothic gauze to reveal striking themes of class, race, and gender—reinvigorating the classic which shocked audiences in its debut 70 years ago.
Chorale Bel Canto - Whittier - Presents:Two Bachs: Johann Sebastian and PDQSaturday, 3/17/2018
Chorale Bel Canto, a community masterworks chorale based in Whittier, will present Two Bachs: J.S. and P.D.Q. on Saturday, March 17, 2018 at First Friends Church in Whittier, California.
BWV 7: Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam
BWV 8: Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben?
PDQ Bach: The Seasonings
Friends of Sundays Live & LACMA - Los Angeles - Presents:Sundays Live1/7/2018 - 7/29/2018 (next performance: Sunday, 3/18/2018)
Sundays Live presents FREE weekly classical chamber music concerts and recitals by premier professional artists from Southern California and around the world. These one-hour concerts are presented free to the public at 6:00PM on Sundays in the Leo S. Bing Theater of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Claire Trevor School of the Arts - Irvine - Presents:Plumas Negras3/10/2018 - 3/18/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
Drama Written and Directed by Juliette Carrillo.
In 1963, Concha comes to Salinas, California looking for work to support her family in Mexico. Since women are not hired in the fields, she cuts her hair and dresses like a man to get work.....
The Group Rep - North Hollywood - Presents:The Cape and The Klan2/17/2018 - 3/18/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
The Group Rep presents the world premiere of The Cape and the Klan a play by Tin Penavic and Ted Ryan, directed by Stan Mazin, produced by Kyra Schwartz and Ted Ryan, a dramedy based on a true story about a lone reporter who goes undercover to infiltrate and expose the Ku Klux Klan in 1951, as the Civil Rights Movement for desegregation is in full swing.
Actors Co-op Theatre Company - Hollywood - Presents:A Walk in the Woods3/9/2018 - 3/18/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
Actors Co-op Theatre Company presents the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award nominated drama A WALK IN THE WOODS written by beloved playwright Lee Blessing, directed by Ken Sawyer, produced by Lauren Thompson. This witty two-hander concerns a relationship between two arms negotiators and what happens when they step out of the war room and into the woods.
UCLA's Center for the Art of Performance and The Theatre at Ace Hotel in association with Pomegranate Arts and INTO - Los Angeles - Presents:Taylor Mac: A 24-Decade History of Popular Music3/15/2018 - 3/24/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance (CAP UCLA) welcomes the return of Taylor Mac, the genre-defying winner of a 2017 MacArthur "Genius" Grant, recipient of the 2017 Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama, and a finalist for the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, in the epic 24-hour performance art concert, "A 24-Decade History of Popular Music," in its entirety in four six-hour chapters.
Theatre 40 - Beverly Hills - Presents:Engaging Shaw3/15/2018 - 4/8/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
Charlotte Payne-Townshend sets her cap for George Bernard Shaw in this romantic comedy. Los Angeles Premiere.
All Saints Church - Pasadena - Presents:Bill Cunliffe and his Latin band, ImaginaciónSunday, 3/18/2018
Pianist, composer and Grammy-winning arranger Bill Cunliffe brings hot and cool Latin sounds to All Saints Church jazz vespers. The concert will include tunes from the album that brought Cunliffe his second of five Grammy nominations.
Desert Ensemble Theatre Company - Palm Springs - Presents:The Thespian Radio Hour3/9/2018 - 3/18/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
Desert Ensemble Theatre Company’s world premiere production of The Thespian Radio Hour, written and directed by DETC’s in-house, award-winning playwright Tony Padilla. The Thespian Radio Hour is a light-hearted romp set in the 1940s against the backdrop of a Chicago radio soap opera on the verge of cancellation. Just how far will the team go to procure a new sponsor and stay on the air?
Cal State University Fullerton - Santa Ana - Presents:Brainpeople3/16/2018 - 4/7/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
Two damaged souls find their way to Mayannah's annual exotic feast, and the meal turns into an evening of brutal honesty and terrifying introspection.
By: José Rivera
Directed by: Maria Cominis
Sacred Fools Theater Company - Los Angeles - Presents:The Art Couple2/16/2018 - 4/7/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
WORLD PREMIERE! Long before Felix met Oscar, Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin were ill-fitting roommates in the south of France a fateful co-habitation that would change the face of art - and Van Gogh's face, too. It's a lesser-known tidbit of theatre history that these two masters were also the subjects of Neil Simon's original draft of "The Odd Couple."
UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television - Los Angeles - Presents:Steel Pier3/9/2018 - 3/17/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
In honky-tonk Atlantic City, a champion dancer becomes infatuated with her new dance partner, a handsome young aviator.
Book by David Thompson
Music and Lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb
The Fountain Theatre - Los Angeles - Presents:The Chosen1/17/2018 - 3/25/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
A silent father, an ancient tradition and an unexpectedly important game of baseball forge bonds of lifelong friendship between two Jewish boys from “five blocks and a world apart” in this funny, poignant, timely and timeless father-son story about recognition and acceptance of “the other.”
Ruskin Group Theatre - Santa Monica - Presents:The Alamo2/24/2018 - 3/24/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
Broadway Actors Kick Off 2018 Season at Ruskin Group Theatre.
The Alamo is an authentic and touching portrayal of an Italian-American neighborhood in Brooklyn. Both funny and dramatic, it features vivid characters whose lives haven’t turned out quite the way that they had hoped.
Latino Theatre Company - Los Angeles - Presents:The Happiest Song Plays Last2/17/2018 - 3/19/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
Set to the joyful sounds of traditional Puerto Rican folk music, this poignant play — the final installment in Hudes’ three-play “Elliot cycle,” which began with the Pulitzer Prize-finalist Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue and Pulitzer Prize-winner Water by the Spoonful — chronicles a year in the life of two kindred souls as they search for love, meaning and a sense of hope in a quickly changing world.
Coachella Valley Repertory - Rancho Mirage - Presents:The Goat, Or Who is Sylvia?3/7/2018 - 4/1/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
by Edward Albee
Edward Albee’s most provocative, daring, and controversial play since Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Actors Company - Los Angeles - Presents:4Play: Sex In A Series2/14/2018 - 3/17/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
Celebrate Valentine’s Day (and the rest of February and March) with a delightful romcom that blurs the lines between art and life, between gay and straight.
Cal State University Fullerton - Fullerton - Presents:Taking Steps2/23/2018 - 3/18/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
England’s “King of Comedy,” Alan Ayckbourn, tells the tale of Roland, a hard-drinking tycoon interested in buying an old Victorian house that was once a brothel.
Pacific Resident Theatre - Venice - Presents:Alright Then1/27/2018 - 3/25/2018 (next performance: Saturday, 3/17/2018)
Starring Orson Bean and Alley Mills
Tony Award nominee, and winner of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award (Best Solo Performance 2015), Orson Bean, returns to Pacific Resident Theatre in the world premiere of Alright Then, co-starring Alley Mills (Norma Arnold on The Wonder Years)