Hollywood Farmers Market
Sundays 8:30am-1pm. Ivar Ave. between Hollywood and Sunset Blvds. Fresh produce, entertainment, artisan & crafts fair, baked goods, ethnic foods
Walk of Fame Ceremonies
Visit www.walkoffame.com for current ceremony info or call (323)469-8311.
Magic Castle's 50th Anniversary
The Magic Castle celebrates its 50th anniversary with festivities lasting all year long! Performing throughout the year will be some of the greatest magicians in the world of magic.
Disney's Beauty and the Beast
Thru April 7. This eye-popping spectacle is a classical musical love story filled with unforgettable characters, lavish sets and costumes, and dazzling production numbers at the Pantages Theatre.
Thru April 21. World Premiere starring Salome Jens at the Skylight Theatre.
Marilyn - My Secret
Thru April 21. Dramedy with music chronicles life of Norma Jean at Macha Theatre.
The Lord's Lover (Cabaret)
Thru April 24. A Collection of seven theatrical scenes, music, dance and video at Los Globos.
Terminator Too: Judgement Play
Thru April 27. You might get wet, cast might harass you in this interactive comedic romp at The Dragonfly.
How to Survive A Zombie Apocalypse
Thru April 27. All you'd ever want to know about zombies at The Asylum Lab.
The Good Thief
Thru April 29. Early masterpiece from Conor MCPherson, one of Ireland's greatest writers at the Open Fist Theatre.
Katsina in Hopi Life
Thru June 2013. See the remarkable Katsina collection of Southwest
Museum of the American Indian collection at The Autry in
, 15 th Annual Festival of Film Noir
April 5-21. The American Cinematheque and the Film Noir Foundation festival at the Egyptian Theatre includes the rarely screened gems High Tide, Repeat Performance, and
Try and Get Me. Attend the closing night party decked out in your finest Noir attire!
April 5-May 11. West Coast premiere reveals a nightmarish shadow world beneath
at Sacred Fools theatre.
April 9-14, Pantages Theatre. More than fifty years ago one musical changed theater forever. Now it's back, and mesmerizing audiences once again for a limited time at the Pantage Theatre.
The Shawl by David Mamet
April 11-May 31 The tables turn for a medium with a talent for hucksterism and her ruthless lover in a fascinating flim flam exercise at Moth Theatre
Behind the Lie
premiere of psychological thriller at Hudson Guild Theatre
April 12 & 13. An Evening of Laughter and Memories of Sinatra at Theatre West
The Miracle Worker
April 12-May 19. True life story of young Helen Keller won Tony award for Best Play of 1960 at Actors Co-op.
Peter Pan: The Boy Who Hated Mothers
April 20-June 2. A fresh retelling of the JM Barrie classic at the Blank Theatre Company's 2nd Stage Theatre.
Four Centuries of
Opens April 13. Mt Washington Campus of The Autry features
more than 100 pieces of rare ceramics from the Autry's Southwest
Museum of the American Indian Collection tracing the dramatic changes that transformed the
pottery tradition in the era following sixteenth-century Spanish colonization to the present.
April 18. Concert at The Fonda Theatre.
Let's Give the Band a Hand!
April 21. Arturo Sandoval and his Big Band honors Catalina Popescu benefitting California Jazz Foundation at Catalinas
The 11th Annual Korean Music Festival
Enjoy the best ensemble of contemporary Korean music from traditional trot singers to teenage idol groups and spectacular fireworks at t
he Hollywood Bowl.
Western Paintings & Sculpture
April 26-30. Preview and auction at Bonhams.
May 3-June 1. A synthesis of dance and theatre, a mixture of comedy and philosophy inspired by the Tennessee Williams classic Cat on a Hot Tin Roof created by Theatre Movement Bizarre at Theatre of NOTE
2nd Annual Los Lobos Cinco de Mayo Festival
May 5. Los Lobos returns to the Greek Theatre to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Joined by Kinky, El Chicano and more!
May 7-12. The internationally acclaimed Beatles-inspired concert returns to the Pantages by popular demand!
5th Annual Legends of La Cienega
May 8-10. La Cienega and Melrose Ave. Designers from around the world will descend on LA to discover the past, present and future of design. This year's theme is Time Capsule, with programs that will explore design concepts that transcend time.
May 10-June 16. Clare Booth Luce's piercingly satiric play set in
in the mid-1930s att Theatre West.
Jews in the
May 10-Jan 5 2014. The Autry in
Featuring more than 150 stories, documents, objects, and images of family, community, and society,
Jews in the Los Angeles Mosaic
highlights how the history of Jews in Los Angeles is both familiar-one of the many in the cultural mosaic of the city-and unique.
Hot Summer Nights presents Up In Smoke
May 25. WAR,
and Creech & Chong celebrate the classic 1978 film at the Greek Theatre.
Priscilla Queen of the Desert
May 28-June 16. Spectacular show tells the uplifting story of a trio of friends on the road trip of a lifetime features a hit parade of dance-hall favorites including "It's Raining Men," "Finally," and "I Will Survive" at the Pantages Theatre.
Thursday Night Jazz and Friday Night Music
Starting May 30 Thursday Night Jazz features Be-bop and swing to Latin jazz. Open air concerts frequently feature legendary greats in an intimate setting. 7pm-9pm, West Patio at the Original Farmers Market.
Friday Night Music
Starting May 31. For nearly two decades, music fans seeking everything from roots to blues, soul to rock and roll, salsa to reggae and beyond. The Market's bars and restaurants are open during all Summer Music concerts. &pm-9pm, West Patio.
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