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Pasadena Playhouse Celebrates Centennial with an All-Day Playhouse Block Party

Press Release Pasadena Playhouse – State Theatre of California – is celebrating its Centennial in partnership with the Playhouse District Association on Saturday, June 9 with an all day Playhouse Block Party from 12-noon to 10 p.m. on El Molino... Continue Reading →

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‘Believe In Yourself’ Project To Donate Dresses To Los Angeles Girls For Prom Season on April 17th

Each season, there is so much emphasis on shopping, with very little consideration for the reality that many girls from low-income families cannot afford to partake in extravagant holiday shopping. That includes the much anticipated prom season. To combat this,... Continue Reading →

‘Just Dance Live!’ Psychedelic Panda-monium at the Hollywood Palladium

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move The last time I got to go this nuts at a dance show was like... NEVER! Fun seekers alert... Ubisoft opened its first live Los Angeles entertainment experience with its pilot tour of... Continue Reading →

17th Annual Dance Camera West Film Festival Presents: To The Sea

Press Release Dance Camera West, marking its continued passion for bringing together diverse communities, cultures, and environments to experience dance through the intimate medium of film, along with Jacob Jonas The Company, are thrilled to present the 17th Annual Dance... Continue Reading →

Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre Presents ‘A Whale’ for Pacific Design Center’s ‘WestWeek’

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre (HDDT) recently extended a special invite to cover the creation process for Once in A Whale with their dancers, choreographers, visual artists and composers. The company will perform the... Continue Reading →

L.A. Dance Project Caps 2017/2018 Season Residency at The Wallis with Three Los Angeles Premieres

Press Release L.A. Dance Project, led by Artistic Director Benjamin Millepied and the first Company-in-Residence at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, concludes its successful residency with three compelling Los Angeles premieres in a three-night engagement, Thursday through... Continue Reading →

Theatre of NOTE Presents 23rd Annual Hollywood Performance Marathon

Theatre of NOTE is proud to announce the 23rd Annual Hollywood Performance Marathon, on Saturday, January 20 beginning at 3pm and continuing until dawn, at Theatre of NOTE, 1517 N. Cahuenga Blvd. (just North of Sunset) in Hollywood. NOTE’s Hollywood... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival Celebrates 25th Silver Anniversary

Press Release The Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival (LAWTF) marks 25 years of producing well over 500 extraordinary multicultural and multidisciplinary solo performers from around the globe. The longest-running annual solo festival for women in Los Angeles, LAWTF will take... Continue Reading →

58th Annual FREE L.A. County Holiday Celebration

Join hosts Marisa Ramirez (Blue Bloods) and Brian White (Ray Donovan, Chicago Fire) for the Emmy® Award-winning 58th Annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration, Sunday, December 24 from 3-6pm. Music ensembles, choirs and dance companies from the many neighborhoods and cultures... Continue Reading →

‘Mr. Burns a post electric play’: Ferocious and Thrilling

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Hands down the best, 2nd-act dance choreography I've seen, to date, in L.A. Intimate Theater! Yes, Mr. Burns, a post-electric play, gets a huge notation right at the beginning for a so-exciting-I-didn't-want-to-sit-in-my-seat, technically... Continue Reading →

Macbeth X 5: Shakespeare Full Throttle at the Odyssey Theatre

Reviewed by Guy Picot Shakespeare's tale of ambition and murder, told by a company of five. Joel Asher is a veteran director of Shakespeare and in this stripped-down version of the play (Presented by Joel Asher Studios in association with... Continue Reading →

Pretty Lights Releases New Single ‘Rainbows and Waterfalls’

Rainbows and Waterfalls finds Derek Vincent Smith—aka Pretty Lights—doing what he does best: blending the smooth sounds of old school funk and hip-hip with a next generation style that defies categorization. Shuggie Otis’ 1971 classic Strawberry Letter 23 sets the... Continue Reading →

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