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At Son of Semele, a female and non-binary cast drives Jaclyn Backhaus’s play about the historic Colorado River exploration of John Wesley Powell.
Betty Woodman’s show at David Kordansky Gallery in L.A. defies categorization, which is partly why it’s so thrilling.
Bastille Day California Philharmonic presents a French-themed program that includes Saint-Saëns’ Symphony No. 3, “Organ Symphony,” plus Berlioz’s “Symphonie Fantastique” and selections from the Broadway musical “Les Misérables.”
If there is a single takeaway from the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s centennial season, technically completed last month but now bleeding into summer, it is that a symphony orchestra can be and do pretty much any meaningful thing it damn well pleases.
In the near future, some time in 2023, Metro’s Purple Line will disembark its first passengers at a station across the street from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Renzo Piano-designed BCAM building.
These small Southern California theaters have made a specialty of producing big musicals in tiny spaces. The Chance Theater in Anaheim is presenting “Ragtime” and Celebration in West Hollywood has “The Producers.” Our reviews.
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