Actors' Gang Theater
Feeling as run-down as your ‘97 Honda? Why not pull in for a ‘test drive’ (30 minutes), a ‘tune-up’ (60 minutes) or an ‘overhaul’ (90...
Museum of Jurassic Technology
Arguably LA’s most intriguing exhibition space. Nope, it has nothing to do with dinosaurs and even less with technology. Instead, you’ll...
Architecture fans gravitate to the block where Eric Owen Moss has turned a worn-out industrial compound into eye-popping offices.
Kirk Douglas Theatre
An old-timey movie house has been recast as a 300-seat theater, thanks to a major cash infusion from the Douglas family. Since its...
The original Culver City branch of the popular Hollywood market cafe.
Lonely Planet review
The ‘Gang’ was founded in 1981 by Tim Robbins and other renegade UCLA acting-school grads. Its daring and offbeat reinterpretations of classics have a loyal following, although it’s the bold new works pulled from ensemble workshops that make this socially mindful troupe one to watch.