Largo at the Coronet

The Black Version

The Black Version performs at Largo at the Coronet Theatre on the last Saturday of every month. The show begins when the director asks the audience to suggest a popular/iconic film title and then the cast, right there on the spot, improvise the “black version” of that film. More

The Autry in Griffith Park

2016 Spring NKLA (No-Kill Los Angeles) Super Adoption

You can adopt a dog, cat, puppy, or kitten during Best Friends’ N K L A Super Adoption, presented by BOBS from Skechers. With hundreds of dogs and cats from dozens of rescue groups and shelters, all pets are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. More

Hollywood Lutheran Church

"Sanctuary" by Metropolitan Master Chorale

The Metropolitan Master Chorale presents the concert ‘Sanctuary.”  The chorale will perform music from the Renaissance to the 21st century, including songs that explore the idea of personal sanctuary, such as eating breakfast in bed on Saturday mornings, taking a walk to see a beautiful sunset, enjoying music, spending time with family, or dancing. More

Libbey Bowl

70th Ojai Music Festival

The Ojai Music Festival marks its 70th year in 2016 and to curate this milestone, Artistic Director Thomas W. Morris has invited opera and theater director Peter Sellars to serve as Music Director. More

The Montalban Theatre

I Only Have Eyes for You

Straight from his turn as Elder Cunningham in “The Book Of Mormon”, Jared Gertner stars as 1930s lyricist Al Dubin in a show that delivers a veritable banquet of great songs. Dubin was one of the premier songwriters of Hollywood’s Golden Age. More

Hollywood Bowl

A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor Live at the Hollywood Bowl

The celebrated American humorist Garrison Keillor returns to the Bowl stage for his farewell tour as host of the beloved radio show A Prairie Home Companion. The evening will feature the unique blend of music, storytelling and comedy that audiences have come to adore. More

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens

“Alex Israel at The Huntington”

The exhibition ”Alex Israel at The Huntington” places 16 of Israel’s paintings and sculptures, as well as two site-specific murals, among the works in the historic Huntington Art Gallery, which once served as the residence of Gilded Age collectors Henry and Arabella Huntington and, since 1928, as the gallery for a celebrated European art collection. Intended to spark a dialogue between the new and the old, this intervention of Israel’s work within the Gallery creates a discourse on place and identity, two things fundamental to understanding Henry Huntington’s own love of Southern California, a region whose identity he helped to forge. More