Museum of Latin American Art

Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray

Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray contains photographic portraits taken by Muray of Frida Kahlo between 1937 and 1946. Muray photographed Frida more than any of his other subjects and his portraits of her are among the most iconic images of the artist. Also on display are copies of correspondence between Muray and Frida. More

Skirball Cultural Center

Skirball Puppet Festival: A Celebration for All

Celebrate the art of puppetry and the power of stories at the Skirball’s annual Puppet Festival, featuring new and classic tales told with a delightful array of puppets, live music, and art making! This campus-wide, daylong festival brings together talented puppeteers and artists, working in a range of cultural and artistic styles—from shadow puppets to giant pageant puppets. More

Rosenthal Theater at Inner-City Arts

Unheard LA – live in DTLA (ep.2)

The 10. The 101. The 5. Southern California’s arteries all lead back to the city’s heart: Downtown L.A. And it’s there – at the Rosenthal Theater at Inner-City Arts – that KPCC In Person will host its second “Unheard LA,” a powerful bloc of community storytellers presenting true tales of hacking into comedy school, the magic and mania of songwriting, the unexpected charm of a dive bar and more. More

OUE Skyspace LA

May the Fourth at OUE Skyspace LA

Visit OUE Skyspace LA on May the Fourth for the opportunity to interact with your favorite characters from both the 501st Legion and Rebel Legion! Located in the US Bank Tower 1,000 feet above Downtown Los Angeles, OUE Skyspace LA boasts entertainment and excitement for audiences of any age, with an unobstructed 360-degree view and two open-air observation terraces, showcasing scenic landscapes from the San Gabriel Mountains to the Pacific Ocean and everything in between. Visitors can also experience the thrill of the world’s first-ever Skyslide and engage with an array of interactive technology. More

Craig Schwartz

A Noise Within Theatre Company

William Shakespeare’s "King Lear"

The gut-wrenching devastation of Lear encompasses more than one man’s trajectory of power and hubris; it is an affecting, unflinching chronicle of a family as it disintegrates around the mental illness of its patriarch. More

American Jewish University

An Evening with Etgar Keret

Hailed as one of Israel's most innovative and extraordinary writers, Etgar Keret is internationally acclaimed for his short stories, frequently featured on NPR’s "This American Life. More

The Assistance League of Los Angeles Playhouse

Unheard LA – live in Hollywood (ep.3)

The Assistance League of Los Angeles Playhouse is tucked away in a nondescript building on a nondescript corner in Hollywood. Inside is an historic theater that will house KPCC In Person’s third “Unheard LA,” an electric show featuring the Young Storytellers and community storytellers from across Southern California. More

A Noise Within Theatre Company

Eugene O’Neill’s "Ah, Wilderness!"

A rare departure from the playwright’s darker oeuvre, this comedy is unabashedly nestled in the halcyon days of turn-of-the-century Americana; a gentle, loving, and boldly optimistic study of a deeply bonded family as they navigate the youthful indiscretions of their wayward son. More

2017 Pasadena Showcase House

2017 Pasadena Showcase House of Design

PSHA’s annual fundraiser, the Pasadena Showcase House of Design, is one of the oldest, largest and most successful house and garden tours in the country. Now in its 53rd year, approximately 30,000 guests visit the Showcase annually. This year’s Showcase House is a magnificent English Tudor designed by the prominent architectural firm of Marston & Van Pelt. It was constructed in 1916 for lawyer-turned-actor Samuel Hinds and his wife. More

Museum of Latin American Art

Dreamland: A Frank Romero Retrospective

Join the exhibition opening festivities for Dreamland: A Frank Romero Retrospective, celebrating the over 50 year career of this iconic Los Angeles artist. Born in 1941, Frank Romero is the last practicing artist of the founding Los Four Chicano art collective. More