Special Events

Hollywood Farmers Market

Every Sun from 8am-1pm. Farmers, artisans, food vendors and entertainment. Ivar and Selma Avenue between Hollywood and Sunset, (323) 463-3171. www.seela.org

Walk of Fame Ceremonies

Check web for upcoming Walk of Fame ceremonies (323) 469-8311. www.walkoffame.com

Wicked - the Musical

Dec 10 - Mar 15.  Pantages Theatre. http://pantages-theater.com

Little Red Riding Hood

Thru Mar 7.  Theatre West with Storybook Theatre. Saturday shows and available for school field trips. http://theatrewest.org

 Kathy Garrick and Caitlin Gallogly in Little Red riding Hood. Photo by Charlie Mount

Serrano- the Musical

Jan 16- March 29. World Premiere at the Matrix Theatre. Tickets

The Company of the World Premiere of "SERRANO THE MUSICAL," choreography by Peggy Hickey, directed by Joel Zwick and now playing at the Matrix Theatre in West Hollywood.

Reborning

Jan 23-Mar 15 Fountain Theatre. West Coast Premiere. A darkly funny and insightful psychological thriller that takes an unsettling look at work, motherhood and the power of creation
http://www.fountaintheatre.com/

Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea - World Première

February 20-March 29, Skylight Theatre. A Young African American Trekkie charts his way back to the Middle Passage. http://skylighttheatrecompany.com


Sons of the Prophet - Los Angeles Premiere

Feb 7-Mar 15, the Blank Theatre. With unexplained chronic pain and the fate of his reeling family on his shoulders, Joseph's health, sanity, and insurance premium are on the line. In an age when modern medicine has a cure for just about everything, Sons of the Prophet is the funniest play about human suffering you're likely to see.
http://www.theblank.com/

The Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival

Feb 10-20. The New Beverly Cinema.  Festival helps support and promote independent cinema in Los Angeles, encouraging filmmakers with unique or non-mainstream visions to create films made for less than twenty million dollars. hollywoodreelindependentfilmfestival.com

Hollywood And Broadway

February 14-March 22. World Premiere Comedy at Hudson Guild Theatre.

Hollywood meets Broadway in this hilarious world premiere comedy. Set in 1951 at the famous but now defunct Hotel Astor in New York City, legendary stars Tallulah Bankhead and Gloria Swanson are set to receive the prestigious Page One Award for Entertainment. Both actresses are introduced by Ms. Aileen Pringle but with the help of a snooping butler and a very eager Hotel Reception Clerk, mayhem and lunacy prevail as both actresses compete to be the Diva of the evening. https://www.plays411.net/newsite/show/play_info.asp?show_id=4196

Olivia Choate (l.), Kat Brower, Terrence Gene Taylor in Hollywood and Broadway

Fugue

Feb 20-Mar 22.  The Echo Theatre Company World Premiere. Playwright Tommy Smith and director Chris Fields trace three real-life love triangles in a passionate tale of intrigue, jealousy and music. Set simultaneously in 20th century Austria, 18th century Russia and 17th century Italy, Fugue interlaces the three tales of ill-fated romance in counterpoint, a polyphonic telling that reveals each composer's breathtaking genius - as well as the demons that drive his creativity.http://echotheatercompany.com/


L.A. Zoodiac Celebration

February 21- 22; 10am- 4pm, LA Zoo and Botanical Gardens. Explore the connections between the Lunar New Year and the animals of the Chinese Zodiac. www.lazoo.org

87th Annual Academy Awards

Oscar nomination will be announced Jan 15 and the Academy awards Ceremony, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, will be aired live on sun Feb 22 at 4pm PST. http://oscar.go.com/

Caribou

Feb 26-28. 9pm. The Fonda. It's all about expressing a bright, heavy and happy cacophony. www.fondatheatre.com

Comedian Brian Regan

Feb 28, 8pm. Dolby Theatre. The perfect balance of sophisticated writing and physicality, Brian fills theaters nationwide with fervent fans that span generations.www.dolbytheatre.com

Entertainment Memorabilia Auction

Mar 1 (View Feb 27-28). Bonhams & Butterfields. www.bonhams.com/auctions

Circles

March 5-28, 7:30pm Bootleg Theatre. World Premiere. Circles serves up an incendiary tango between the anima and animus. In the play, a woman waits for her lover in the apartment that they share. When he returns, their lives change forever, leading them to play that all-too-familiar game between men and women. In the piece, they volley back and forth in the ultimate match, grappling with the unsolvable puzzle of life's most complex challenge: Love.
http://www.circlestheplay.com

Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA)

April 8-12, ArcLight Cinema Hollywood, 6360 W. Sunset Blvd. Features a rich mix of film programs designed to build and support the growing interest in the Indian entertainment industry. http://www.indianfilmfestival.org

Floral Journey: Native North American Beadwork

Thru April 26. The Autry.  http://theautry.org

SCI-FEST LA: The Los Angeles Science Fiction One-Act Play Festival. 

May 5-31. Annual month-long festival of eye-popping, short Sci-Fi plays starring famous actors from iconic TV franchises like STAR TREK, LOST, HEROES, FRINGE, etc. as well as special events and panels.  This year's line-up includes a new play by horror legend, Clive Barker.  Runs Tuesdays-Saturdays at 8 PM; Sundays at 3 PM at the ACME Theatre in Hollywood.  Tickets and performance schedule at:  Sci-Fest.com