East West Players


Back by popular demand, from East West Players’ favorite playwright comes an uproarious new comedy. An American businessman who’s desperately looking to score a lucrative contract for his family’s firm travels to China only to learn how much he doesn’t understand: his translators are unreliable, his consultant may be a fraud, and he is captivated by Xi, the beautiful, seemingly supportive government official who talks the talk – but what is she saying, anyway? More

Sequoyah High School

Education That Makes An Impact: A Panel Discussion on Social Innovation and Youth Changemaking

Join Seqouyah School for a conversation about the role of education in preparing students to lead social and environmental change with experts in social innovation, positive psychology, and community engagement. More

The Dolby Theatre

KPCC & NPR Present 'Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!" Live in Los Angeles

KPCC is proud to welcome back Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! for a special live performance at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Thursday, December 3 at 7:30 PM. More


Hyatt Regency Century Plaza

SCPR GALA: Celebrating The Most Interesting Conversation in Town

SCPR is hosting its first gala in over a decade to honor Larry Mantle and individuals that have positively impacted SCPR and the communities we serve. More

Ahmanson Theatre

The Bridges of Madison County

The Bridges of Madison County first captured the nation’s attention as a best-selling novel by Robert James Waller and is now a two-time Tony Award®-winning Broadway musical. This new production features gorgeous, soulful music by Tony Award®-winning composer Jason Robert Brown (Parade, The Last Five Years) that the Daily News hails as “one of Broadway’s best scores in the last decade. More

Orton Center, University of Redlands

The Future of the Inland Empire Economy (#AT30)

Not long ago, the Inland Empire was one of the regions hardest hit by the recession. Today, its economy is predicted to be one of the fastest-growing in the nation. The housing market is bouncing back as banks continue to clear foreclosures off the books and home prices stabilize. More

Photo by Brandon Choe courtesy UCLA Daily Bruin

Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum

Hammer Forum: Project Fatherhood

In 2010 the activist Big Mike Cummings invited Jorja Leap to bring her internationally recognized expertise in postwar settings such as Bosnia and Kosovo to Los Angeles’s Project Fatherhood. Based in Watts, the organization supports men determined to build their role as fathers. Leap’s new book follows the men’s struggle with the pain of their own losses, chronic poverty, and unemployment as well as their drive to do better. Dr. Belinda Tucker, UCLA professor of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences, moderates a conversation with Leap and Cummings. More

Hollywood Lutheran Church

"Stars" by Metropolitan Master Chorale

Experience the magic of the stars and feelings of well-being, hope and peace with the Metropolitan Master Chorale on Saturday, December 12 at 7:00 PM. More

Valley Performing Arts Center (CSUN)

A Christmas Story (Movie Experience)

LALA Music Fest and The Valley Relics Museum present a holiday screening of “A Christmas Story”, a chance to meet members of the original cast, and experience the sounds of the holiday with a 70-person choir. The cast includes Flick, Randy, Schwartz, Scut Farkus and Grover Dill. VIP Tickets are available for a private meet-and-greet with an autograph signing before the show. More

The Wallis Annenberg Performing Arts Center

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival Production of "Guys and Dolls"

A production of the musical classic, directed by Mary Zimmerman. Nathan Detroit runs the oldest established permanent floating crap game in New York. There are well-heeled shooters everywhere, but it’s no dice unless they have a place to gamble—and that takes dough. Nathan’s got a bet that high roller Sky Masterson can't land a date with a straight-laced Salvation Army doll, but love is never a sure thing. And his fiancée Miss Adelaide will walk out if she doesn’t walk down the aisle soon. What’s a poor guy to do? More