This new telling of The Tempest from composer Allen Shearer and librettist Claudia Stevens premieres March 25 at Herbst Theatre.
A multimedia performance and conversation at the Ebell Club honors the memory of the great dancer, who died in 2018.
In Fragments, the acclaimed cellist asks audiences to abandon preconceived notions about contemporary compositions and concert culture.
Music Director James Conlon devises a citywide celebration of the composer ahead of LA Opera’s production of Pelléas and Mélisande.
The tight-knight vocal ensemble that specializes in the music of Eastern Europe has been developing BABA with conductor Karmina Šilec.
Brubeck’s The Gates of Justice, a 1969 piece very different from his up-tempo jazz standards, gets two performances in L.A. this month.
Productions of Sunday in the Park With George, A Little Night Music, and more feature on the Pasadena Playhouse’s schedule.
This year’s PIVOT Festival will showcase the music of Black and women composers, works that haven’t been recorded until now.
Cast and crew are gearing up for the world premiere of Kate Soper’s The Romance of the Rose, inspired by a 13th-century poem.
The company is transforming Z Space into a snowy mountain landscape that will drop audiences directly into Joby Talbot and Gene Scheer’s story.