The 25th anniversary staged reading of Larry Kramer’s classic drama about the AIDS epidemic will raise money so the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center can continue to provide quality free and low-cost medical care for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Given that fusion and global cuisine are so hot (as well as a direct reflection of our national experience), it's hard to understand how one of the most fundamental food traditions seems to keep eluding mainstream popularity.
The two musicians are equally talented and between the two of them, seem to be able to do it all; from singing, playing drums, guitar, banjo, harmonica and piano. They are a mixture of blues, folk and rock, with a hint of pop thrown in.
A Jewish Confederate soldier returns to his childhood home, only to find it in ruins and occupied by his former slaves preparing for a Passover seder _ in the West Coast premiere of "The Whipping Man."
A musical journey that takes you from the Beatles' first appearance on the Ed Sullivan show to Abbey Road. Read what Joe Bithorn (George Harrison) has to say about the critically acclaimed performance coming to town for one weekend only.
New York-based choreographer Paul Taylor will forever be my own personal introduction into this strange and glorious art form that is modern dance. He is one of the pillars of American Modern Dance, perhaps the last great living choreographer from the era of Modern Dance’s inception.