USC School of Social Work, Orange County Academic Center

USC School of Social Work: New Curriculum Information Session

Trying to decide if the Master’s in Social Work is for you? You can attend an admissions event to find out. USC School of Social Work is launching new curriculum to respond to the employers' ever-changing needs and their students’ demands. New curriculum will be explained along with field placement options. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome. More

USC School of Social Work, Orange County Academic Center

USC School of Social Work: Class with Juan Araque

USC School of Social Work is launching new curriculum to respond to the employers' ever-changing needs and their students’ demands. Trying to decide if the Master’s in Social Work is for you? Want to see what a graduate level class at USC School of Social Work is like? You can attend a class taught by Clinical Associate Professor, Juan Araque. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome. More

American Jewish University

92Y 7 Days of Genius: Venture into the Extraordinary: The Genius of Evolution with Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson

In partnership with the 92Y, Whizin Center for Continuing Education of the American Jewish University presents 7 Days of Genius: Venture into the Extraordinary: The Genius of Evolution. More

East West Players

Washer/Dryer

Why is Sonya so hesitant to introduce her new husband Michael to the people in her building? Why does the doorman keep calling her about a package in the lobby? Tempers and misunderstanding flare and mayhem ensues as the arrival of Michael’s mother, some nosey neighbors, and Sonya’s best friend Sam force Michael and Sonya to re-evaluate their relationship and decide whether all is fair in love and real estate in the world premiere of this new farce. More

Ahmanson Theatre

Dame Edna’s Glorious Goodbye at the Ahmanson

You dare not miss the spectacular side-splitting historic finale of Barry Humphries and global gigastar, Dame Edna Everage celebrating a 50-year career of sold-out venues, command performances for the Royal Family, television specials and around-the-world tours. More

Ahmanson Theatre

"Cinderella" at the Ahmanson

Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella is the Tony Award®- winning Broadway musical from the creators of The Sound of Music and South Pacific with a contemporary take on the classic tale. More

Mark Taper Forum

"The Price" by Arthur Miller at the Mark Taper Forum

Two estranged brothers meet in their deceased father’s apartment to dig through his belongings, finally unearthing the hidden motives for events that long ago fractured their relationship. More

Gindi Auditorium at the American Jewish University

Barney Frank in Discussion with Patt Morrison: A Life in Politics from the Great Society to Same-Sex Marriage

How did a disheveled, intellectually combative gay Jew with a thick New Jersey - Massachusetts accent become one of the most effective politicians of his time? Barney Frank discusses his candid and witty political memoir with Patt Morrison, award-winning columnist. In the book, he relates his journey from Bayonne, New Jersey to the U.S. Congress. More

Gindi Auditorium at the American Jewish University

David Grisman Quintet in Concert

For nearly half a century, mandolinist/composer/bandleader/producer David Grisman has been a guiding force in the evolving world of acoustic music. David skillfully combines elements of the great American music/art forms - jazz and bluegrass -- with many international flavors and sensibilities to create his own distinctive idiom: "Dawg" music, the nickname given to him by Jerry Garcia. More

Norton Simon Museum

Lock, Stock and Barrel: Norton Simon’s Purchase of Duveen Brothers Gallery

"Lock, Stock and Barrel: Norton Simon’s Purchase of Duveen Brothers Gallery" examines one of Norton Simon’s most memorable acquisitions—the purchase of the century-old, esteemed art dealership, the Duveen Brothers Gallery. Featuring more than 130 works from the Museum’s collection, along with several loans, the exhibition sheds light on Simon’s business strategies and his dramatic evolution as an art collector that ultimately brought to Pasadena works by Vincenzo Catena, Jusepe de Ribera, Peter Paul Rubens, Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Giorgione and others. More