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OSCA To Host Dance Pros Debbie Allen and Carrie Ann Inaba at National Arts Schools Network Conference

In a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) society, how can we help children who love the arts best contribute to the needs of a 21st-century economy – and therefore ensure them a successful future? Orange County School of the... Continue Reading →

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Annual Los Angeles Westside Food & Wine Festival Returns

The 2nd Annual Los Angeles Westside Food & Wine Festival returns this fall at the Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles Westside, 6333 Bristol Pkwy., Culver City, CA 90230, on October 14, 2018 from 4:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m. (3:00 p.m. for VIP ticketholders) serving up... Continue Reading →

Korean Inspired Handbag Brand KACYYOM Announces Launch

Inspired by Korean heritage and knowledgeable by years of customer-centric roles, designer Kacy Yom's first collection of charming candy-colored handbags is an indicator of Pacific Northwest innovation combined with the soul of a legendary fashion brand. Before launching KACYYOM, Yom... Continue Reading →

Echo Theater Announces Pay-What- you-Want Performances for ‘What Happened When’

The Echo Theater Company will make admission to all remaining performances of its critically acclaimed West Coast premiere production of What Happened When by Daniel Talbott 'Pay-What-You-Want.' The production returns tonight, Thursday, Sept. 27, in a third and final rendition... Continue Reading →

‘Portraits of Humanity’: Theatre West Plans Second Annual Season of Solo Shows

Following a popular and successful series of solo performers last season, Theatre West is assembling a new roster of special acts in Portraits of Humanity 2, a Solo Series. The schedule follows: Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 8:00 p.m. Ian... Continue Reading →

HBO’s ‘The Sentence’ Official Trailer Now Available

HBO will air The Sentence on October 15 preceded by an Oscar qualifying theatrical run beginning October 12, 2018.  @HBODocs  @TheSentenceDoc  #HBO  #HBODocs  #TheSentence “The Sentence is poised to do for unjust sentencing what An Inconvenient Truth did for climate change. If Al... Continue Reading →

‘I Am Charlie’ at the Promenade Playhouse Isn’t Really About Charles Manson.

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Psychologically mediocre, I Am Charlie at the Promenade Playhouse, Santa Monica, CA doesn't reveal anything new about all that has been written on the late American criminal, cult leader and L.A. music industry... Continue Reading →

‘Martians – An Evening with Ray Bradbury’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Many one-person shows about famous personages involve an actor doing an impression of said personage talking directly to the audience about their life, giving us a biography with dramatic flair. Martians - An Evening with Ray Bradbury... Continue Reading →

American Theatre Releases Annual October Season Preview Issue and Top 10 & 20 ‘Most’ Lists

Press Release (updated **) American Theatre magazine, published by Theatre Communications Group (TCG), has released its annual October Season Preview issue, which includes lists of the Top 10 Most-Produced Plays and Top 20 Most-Produced Playwrights for the new season. Based... Continue Reading →

Track 16 Presents Robbie Conal’s Cabinet of Horrors, a series of satirical political portraits

Track 16 will present Robbie Conal’s Cabinet of Horrors in a series of satirical portraits of Donald Trump, members of his cabinet, and inner circle – painted in Conal’s signature black and white style, each with a blazon of biting... Continue Reading →

Long Beach State Among Nation’s Best Theatre Arts Programs

Press Release Long Beach State University has one of the 25 best theatre arts programs in the United States for students who want to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in the field, according to a new ranking. “We know... Continue Reading →

Care2 Petition Calls for the New York City Ballet to Hire Its First Female Artistic Director

Following recent sexual assault and harassment allegations against the New York City Ballet, a new Care2 petition is calling on the organization to hire its first female artistic director. The Care2 petition has gathered over 10,000 signatures since launching. View... Continue Reading →

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