The best comedians in LA perform in an intimate speakeasy style club in Burbank.
John Leguizamo brings his critically acclaimed show to the Ahmanson Theatre, schooling LA audiences on America's unsung heroes.
Center Theatre Group is proud to present "On Beckett," a new work by master clown and Tony Award-winning actor, Bill Irwin.
Musical icon Chris Hillman chronicles his storied music career and performs hits across the folk, bluegrass, country, and rock genres.
OB Playhouse presents the award-winning hit musical "American Idiot," boldly taking the American musical where it's never gone before.
Don’t miss this laugh-out-loud story of family, friendship, love and romance in a fresh new musical that’s guaranteed to delight!
The slightly spooky, family-friendly world of "Goosebumps" comes to Chance Theater in Anaheim.
New York Times bestselling author Craig Johnson discusses his latest novel in the Walt Longmire series, "Land of Wolves."
Theatricum Botanicum presents Henrik Ibsen’s powerful play of the individual versus society.
Is "The Mystery of Irma Vep" a mesmerizing comedic thriller... or a bedazzling thrilling comedy? You decide!
Straight from the top, The Groundlings Main Company delivers a 75-minute improv experience that could only happen LATE at night!
Hamish Linklater’s funny and ultimately spooky debut play explores life, death, and Doritos.
Robert Iger, the CEO of Disney, shares the ideas and values he embraced to reinvent one of the most beloved companies in the world.
Genre-crossing string trio Simply Three combines classical influences with unique interpretations of contemporary hits.
Secret comedy shows in secret locations.
A Noise Within presents Sam Shepard's Pulizer Prize-winning play about the disintegration of the American Dream.
Actress, producer, director, and activist Demi Moore discusses her memoir "Inside Out."
Versa-Style Dance Company celebrates hip-hop dance culture, boldly exploring the origins of the dance form.
One More Productions presents this powerful story of love and redemption, set to a rich score of folk and bluegrass tunes.
Two-time Grammy nominee Leo Kottke presents a night of acoustic, finger-picked guitar at Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts.
Daybreaker is creating an entirely new genre of experience.
A Noise Within presents a celebrated play on the African American legacy from Pulitzer Prize-winner August Wilson.
Join Josh Sundquist for an awkward evening featuring the hilarious live storytelling that has earned him over 200 million views online
This inspiring piece of Americana uses humor, history, and mythology to highlight humanity’s drive to carry on.
Take in the coolest movies under the stars in the heart of Hollywood at the historic Montalbán Theatre!
A 360° environmental theater spectacular, SCLA's "The Tragedie of Macbeth" is filled with walls that bleed and spirits that come to life!
Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post columnist George Will discusses his book "The Conservative Sensibility."
Theatricum Botanicum's "Twelfth Night" is a refreshing take on this beloved classic comedy.
Pop-Up Magazine is a touring “live magazine” show, created for a stage, a screen, and a live audience.
Naturally 7 presents their unique "vocal play" a cappella style onstage at Pepperdine's Wengler Center for the Arts!
Odyssey Theatre Ensemble presents this musical adaptation of the writings of Gertrude Stein.
Now in its 25th groundbreaking year, the original alt. comedy show is spending its 2019 season at Rockwell: Table & Stage!
Five actors play a ship-load of characters in this world premiere tour de force comedy at South Coast Repertory.
See the world premiere of playwright and filmmaker Ethan Coen's eccentric collection of one-acts.
IAMA Theatre Company presents a study of intimacy and parenthood and the fantasies that accompany both.
Theatricum Botanicum presents a staged rehearsal adaptation of Herman Melville's classic adventure story.
Secret comedy shows in secret locations.
Oscar-winning producer Brian Grazer discusses his new book, "Face to Face: The Art of Human Connection" with Netflix's Ted Sarandos.
Four lonely people — their stories written on paper, earth, and skin — find each other when one of them falls apart.