Tag: entertainment

Arts Are Essential | April 23 – 30

Films.Dance, a groundbreaking new global film series produced by and under the creative direction of LA-based Jacob Jonas The Company concludes with the final...

Arts Are Essential | March 12 – 18

In this week's Films.Dance release “DADU”, captured on Super 16mm film and utilizing natural light, four dancers explore abstraction through the framing of movement set against...

The Arts Are Essential! Dec 10-17 Highlights

The NYC company Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana celebrates Spanish dance in a festival that features distinctive performances by four companies. The dances debut at 7pm...

Arts Are Essential | What’s On In Arts & Entertainment October 9 – 16

Stop by the Jones Coffee Roasters patio at 1006 Mission Street for Jazz Wednesdays 5:30pm to 8:30pm featuring the smooth sounds of The Jazz...

Arts Are Essential | What’s on in Arts & Entertainment October 2 – 9

Pasadena Playhouse presents the premiere of Still., a newly commissioned work written by and starring spoken word artist Javon Johnson, and directed by Donny...

The Arts Are Essential | September 4 – 11

Nederlands Dans Theatre is doing something unique in this time of Covid, by giving us a Livestream of their live programs at Zuiderstrandtheater in...

The Arts Are Essential | August 28 – September 4

I am so grateful for the continuous content The Metropolitan Opera has been giving us every single night for the past six months. Each...

The Arts Are Essential | August 20-27

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater presents Jawole Willa Jo Zollar’s SHELTER, streaming through August 27 at AlvinAiley.org. Originally performed in 1992, Shelter is a...

The Arts Are Essential

Something wicked this way comes! A thrilling and chilling production of Macbeth is now streaming on PBS.org Following a London West End run in...

Not To Be Missed This Week in The Arts

PBS.org continues its Great Performances series with Kevin Kline’s Tony Award-winning performance in Noël Coward’s “Present Laughter”, streaming July 31 – August 28. The...

This is Me: Letters from the Front Lines | Diavolo at The Soraya

After celebrating its 25th Anniversary at The Soraya in 2017, DIAVOLO | Architecture in Motion returns for its fourth engagement — this time with...

Los Angeles Master Chorale | Postponement news

The Los Angeles Master Chorale announced today that it will postpone the originally scheduled 2020-21 season at Walt Disney Concert Hall to the 2021-22...

What’s Shakin’ This Week in Arts & Entertainment

We Are Freestyle Love Supreme | The streaming service Hulu debuts its documentary about Freestyle Love Supreme, the improv hip-hop group whose notable alums...

What’s Happening in Arts & Entertainment This Week | July 10 – 17

Live from Lincoln Center presents Broadway Fridays and beginning July 10, they will premiere Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Carousel”, which will stream through September 8....

What’s Happening in Arts & Entertainment | July 3 – 10

Our unofficial “Nighttime Mayor” Brad Colerick brings us the Wine & Song Podcast #15. So grab your beverage of choice, sit back, relax and...

What We’re Checking Out This Week in Arts & Entertainment | June 19 –...

The National Theatre in the UK is streaming their epic production of Andrea Levy’s Orange Prize-winning novel, “Small Island” to mark Windrush Day 2020....

YST Approved to Livestream “The Sound of Music” Summer Camp Production

While YST wrestled with ideas on how to preserve their summer camp schedule in the age of COVID-19, thankfully, theatrical licensing companies were busy...

Arts & Entertainment | What We’re Streaming This Week

There is a global trend of people recreating great works of art using whatever household items they can find. The challenge was inspired by...
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