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Special Events

The Chosen
Thru June 10. Fountain Theatre. Adapted from the Chaim Potok novel about friendship, faith and fathers and sons.

Love Never Dies
Apr 4-22. Hollywood Pantages. Andrew Lloyd Webber's sequel to The Phantom of the Opera.

The 2nd Annual LA Get Down Festival

Apr 6-28. Greenway Court Theatre. A celebration of hip hop and spoken word.

10th Annual Ten-Minute Play Festival

Apr 6-29. Stella Adler Theatre. The theme is celebration and audiences will vote on their favorite four plays.

Bruce Eichelberger and Mark Gleason
Apr 6-29. La Luz de Jesus Gallery. Bruce Eichelberger presents Al Ateo and Mark Gleason presents Sleepless.

Confessions of a Mulatto Love Child
Apr 6-May 6. Davidson/Valentini Theatre at the LA LGBT Center. A funny and poignant solo play about a daughter and her eccentric mother.

Mark Innerst: New Paintings
Apr 6-May 23. Kohn Gallery. Featuring works that incorporate aspects of traditional painting.

What Happened When
Apr 11-26. Atwater Village Theatre. This West Coast Premiere is part ghost story, part memory play.

Camila Cabello
Apr 14-15. Hollywood Palladium.

Get Over It: An Evening with Iyanla Vanzant
Apr 17. Dolby Theatre. The life coach and Emmy-winning television personality takes the stage in an interactive event.

The Lighthouse
Apr 18-19. Fountain Theatre. Free stage readings of the winning play about the Stanford rape case.

Cine Arte 2018: A Latinx Queer Festival

Apr 20-22. Ed Gould Plaza at the LA LGBT Center. Includes documentaries, shorts, feature films and more.

Apr 20-29. Son of Semele. A choose-your-own-adventure play featuring romance, gaming and drones.

Wild for the Planet
Apr 21-May 18. LA Zoo. Fun activities that spotlight the importance of protecting the environment and its creatures.

Apr 24-29. Hollywood Pantages. The return of the percussive hit brings new surprises.

Big Sean
Apr 25. Greek Theatre.

A Surplus of
Apr 26-May 13. Atwater Village Theatre. A new play about the intricacies of ethical non-monogamy.

School of Rock

May 3-27. Hollywood Pantages. Andrew Lloyd Webber brings the comedy film to the musical stage.

An Acoustic Evening with Andrew McMahon

May 15. Ford Theatres.

Ripe Frenzy
May 17-Jun 17. Greenway Court Theatre. A World Premiere play told from the perspective of the mothers of a town that suffered from a mass shooting.

Beastly Ball

May 19. LA Zoo. Showcasing the enormous impact the Zoo has on animal conservation.

Todrick Hall
May 19. Fonda Theatre.

May 19-Jun 17. Skylight Theatre. A World Premiere play based on true events about a mother an Iranian mother escaping a hostage situation to see her son who is held in captivity by marine forces.

David Blaine
May 24. Dolby Theatre. A live performance by the famous illusionist of a fusion of magic and stunt work.

Cult of Love
May 24-Jun 24. Atwater Village Theatre. A World Premiere black comedy that explores the sin of pride through one family's feverish clash over who is right and who is crazy.

Friday Night Music Series

May 25-Aug 31. Farmers Market. Free live concert performances every Friday on the West Patio featuring L.A.'s best musicians.

May 26-Jun 17. Son of Semele. A World Premiere play inspired by real events from a mysterious crime.

The Color Purple
May 29-Jun 3. Hollywood Pantages. The award-winning Broadway show based on the novel by the same name comes to the Pantages.

Young Playwrights Festival

Jun 1-Jul 1. The Blank Theatre. Produces the 12 best plays by playwrights ages 9-19, chosen from a nationwide competition.

You in Midair
Jun 3-Jun 17. The Lounge Theatre. A Los Angeles Premiere about a story of loss, memory and hard-won wisdom as a part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival.

Hollywood Fringe Festival
Jun 7-24. Various venues in Hollywood. Celebrates freedom and collaboration in live theater.

Jun 9. Greek Theatre.

Playboy Jazz Festival
Jun 9-10. Hollywood Bowl. An all-star lineup of jazz greats and fresh talent as the annual favorite festival returns to the Bowl.

LA Pride Festival
Jun 9-10. Celebrating the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community with Kehlani and Tove Lo as headliners this year.

Eorzean Symphony

Jun 15-16. Dolby Theatre. Selections from Final Fantasy XIV Online's collection performed live by a full orchestra.

Opening Night at the Bowl
Jun 16. Hollywood Bowl. Diana Ross opens the season.