By Dru Peters Need a great reason to head for New York City this summer? We’ve got a wonderful excuse to hop in the car for a cross-country road trip or go the easy [...]
By Jenny Peters It was a packed house full of familiar Hollywood faces at the Geffen Playhouse in Westwood on November 16, 2016, all there to take in the world premiere of [...]
By Jenny Peters Join L.A.-based artist Aaron Axelrod this weekend in lovely Barnsdall Art Park as he takes over that home to Frank Lloyd Wright’s famed Hollyhock [...]
By Jenny Peters Beautiful is certainly the correct word to describe the new musical that arrived with a bang at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood on June 24. “Beautiful: [...]
By Jenny Peters Photographer Melinda Lerner’s recent passing has prompted the Hollywood Athletic Club to put together a retrospective displaying her work, running from [...]
The circus is in town! Tuesday evening, January 21, 2014, was a star-studded night at the premiere of Cirque du Soleil's Totem at the Santa Monica Pier. Celebrities turned out in droves to see the show, first hitting the Tapis Rogue (red carpet), including Neil Patrick Harris, Alison Janney, Jason Alexander, Paris Hilton and Mario Lopez.
When Rosie Perez rolls into town with the 24 Hour Plays, celebrities scramble to join her. After all, it’s a chance for Hollywood’s movie and television stars to stretch their chops – and all for a great cause. The annual show benefits the Urban Arts Partnership (www.urbanarts.org), the group dedicated to keeping arts education in public schools.
The band MGMT kicked off the first of a two-night stand in New York with a "one-of-a-kind, site-specific musical piece" on November 10, 2011, as part of the Guggenheim Museum’s launch of its stunning new exhibition of the art of Italian hyperrealist sculptor Maurizio Cattelan.
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Hollywood kicked off their 2010 holiday season on November 29 by unveiling a tableau of James Stewart as George Bailey in the film “It’s a Wonderful Life.” On hand to cut the ribbon at the attraction’s newest exhibit was actress Karolyn Grimes, who played Zuzu Bailey (George’s youngest daughter) in the film. Karolyn is the last surviving member of the cast and travels around the world to join celebrations of the classic Christmas movie.
Beautifully staged and performed, Charles Randolph-Wright’s play “The Night is A Child” is a heart-wrenching examination of loss and coping with grief that is currently being staged at the Pasadena Playhouse.