The Ahmanson Theatre

An Act of God at the Ahmanson Theatre

After conquering Broadway, the King of the Universe is coming to Los Angeles for the first time ever. God takes the form of Emmy Award® winner Sean Hayes in "An Act of God," a 90-minute comedy direct from Broadway where the Almighty and His devoted Angels answer some of the deepest questions that have plagued mankind since Creation. More

Valley Performing Arts Center

"Ben Hur: A Tale of the Christ," Stewart Copeland, Composer (#downSTAGE)

VPAC welcomes Stewart Copeland, who caught the world’s attention when he captured the raw energy of the London punk rock scene by forming The Police. Copeland has since spent three decades as an acclaimed film composer, filmmaker and creator of opera, ballet and chamber music. More

Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum

Hammer Forum: Women in Combat: Changes, Challenges, and True Experiences

Two hundred years of US military tradition changed when women fought in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan. Retired Marine Captain Anu Bhagwati, the former head of S.W.A.N. (Service Women’s Action Network), speaks about the new reality for the United States armed forces. 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