Royce Hall

Robert Wilson, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Willem Dafoe: "The Old Woman"

Theater maker Robert Wilson returns to the Center with a brand-new theatrical production "The Old Woman," based on a story by Russian author Daniil Kharms. A brilliant, slyly political story written in the 1930s, "The Old Woman" stars world-renowned dancer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov and film star Willem Dafoe. More

Vistamar School

Vistamar School Enrollment Open House

Vistamar School will welcome future 9th, 10th and 11th graders and their families to an open house. During the event, families will explore the school and learn about their globally influenced curriculum, their community, and their Life Planning philosophy and college outcomes. More

USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism

Out Abroad: LGBT, Public Diplomacy, and the Global Discourse

This symposium will explore the range – and complexity – of the LGBT issue in the discourse and practice of diplomacy. Speakers will offer diplomatic and scholarly perspectives as well as personal experiences. More

University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy

Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management Information Session

You can learn more about the USC Price School’s Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management Degree Program. More

Michael Bodycomb

Norton Simon Museum

London–New York–Paris: Duveen Brothers and the Market for Decorative Arts Between 1880 and 1940

Why are so many European objets d’art found in collections across the United States today? In this lecture, Dr. Charlotte Vignon, Associate Curator of Decorative Arts, The Frick Collection, New York, explores the successful career of Joel, Henry and Joseph Duveen of Duveen Brothers, the prestigious international art firm established in London and New York at the close of the 19th century, and in Paris in 1908, in their dealings in Chinese porcelains, 18th-century French decorative arts and medieval and Renaissance art. More

The Great Hall – Valley Performing Arts Center

Irvin Mayfield & the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra

You can kick back and enjoy an evening of cool-cat musicality peppered with the swinging sounds of horns, piano, bass and drums by one of the most prominent and virtuosic representatives of today’s jazz culture: NOJO. More

Carpenter Performing Arts Center

Ira Glass: Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host

Ira Glass, producer and host of NPR’s This American Life, makes a jubilant return to Long Beach for his inventive "Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host," a show that combines two art forms that, as Glass puts it, "have no business being together - dance and radio. More

The Great Hall – Valley Performing Arts Center

Brad Mehldau Trio & The Bad Plus

Double trios delight when jazz pianist Brad Mehldau, with bassist Larry Grenadier and drummer Jeff Ballard, join the audacious Bad Plus for an evening of innovative jazz and indie rock improvisational music. More

Rick Spaulding

Soka Performing Arts Center

All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914

Cantus and Theater Latté Da present "All Is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914" by Peter Rothstein, with musical arrangements by Erick Lichte and Timothy C. Takach. Through new arrangements of European carols and war-songs for a capella voices, "All Is Calm" recalls the remarkable World War I truce between Allied Forces and German soldiers in no man's land on Christmas, 1914. More

Royce Hall

Louise Lecavalier Fou Glorieux: So Blue

Louise Lecavalier and her partner, Frédéric Tavernini, risk all in this intense, rough, obsessive, and mysterious work set to Mercan Dede’s rhythmical, visceral music. More