Must-see entertainment in Los Angeles

  • Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum

    Malibu & Pacific Palisades

    Actor Will Geer (TV’s Grandpa Walton) founded this beloved open-air theater as a refuge for blacklisted actors like himself during the McCarthy years. The…

  • Los Angeles Rams

    Los Angeles

    Professional football returns to LA after a 22-year hiatus. The Rams were the first NFL team in Southern California, starting in 1946, but unbelievably…

  • Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles

    Los Angeles

    If you're expecting a stand-and-sing concert, you've got another thing coming. The 275-member GMCLA puts on full-on shows with singing, dancing, costumes…

  • Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center

    Los Angeles

    Grammy-nominated jazz singer and educator Barbara Morrison has sung with the likes of Ray Charles and Dizzy Gillespie and at jazz festivals worldwide, but…

  • World Stage

    Los Angeles

    Founded by the late hard-bop drummer Billy Higgins, this place doesn’t serve food or drink, just good music from some of the best emerging talents in jazz…

  • ArcLight Cinemas

    Los Angeles

    Cinema complex in the heart of downtown Culver City, screening mainly new-release mainstream films. Parking validation is available for the Cardiff and…

  • Kirk Douglas Theatre

    Los Angeles

    What was originally an art-deco movie house is now a 317-seat theater used by the Center Theatre Group to stage oft-terrific new plays by fresh, up-and…

  • Actors' Gang Theater

    Los Angeles

    The ‘Gang’ was founded in 1981 by Tim Robbins and other renegade UCLA acting-school grads. Robbins remains the artistic director and the company's daring,…

  • Rave Cinemas

    Los Angeles

    A 15-theater multiplex booking in blockbusters most of the year, and home of the Pan African Film Festival.

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