With a unique juxtaposition of themes, this week truly offers something for everyone.
Actress Emma Hunton, who plays “Elphaba”, visited the KCAL9 studios Thursday to talk about the play’s extended run at the Hollywood Pantages.
From comedies and musicals to dramas and operas, here are the top five shows to catch in greater L.A. from late December, 2014, to June, 2015.
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‘Tis the season for holiday get togethers, family outings, community events, and live theater.
A Broadway guide for money saving tips, the best shows and where to dine before or after the show.
Cranston — in a role far from TV’s chemistry teacher-turned-meth kingpin Walter White in “Breaking Bad” — won the best lead actor in a play Tony for playing former President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Producers of the telecast will hope to build on last year’s 7.24 million viewers — the show’s largest audience in four years — with Hugh Jackman playing the role of host.
With a combination of dance, music, comedy, acrobatics, food, acting and even martial arts, Orange County hosted an array of memorable shows in 2013.
Sarah Horn, the YouTube sensation who performed an unexpected duet with Tony-winning star Kristin Chenoweth, is expected to return to the Hollywood Bowl on Sept. 8.
Follow the yellow brick road towards one of the various food events happening this week. This week has fun for the entire family, from the Festival of the Whales in Dana Point to Read across […]
President’s Day kicks off the week with a wildly fun day off escape to Universal Studios Hollywood. After that, we serve up some healthy eats at Greenleaf Chopshop and a brew or two at SideDoor, […]
Orange County offers a plethora of exciting, unique theater performances this spring. Children and kids may take a journey back in time or experience artistic innovation at the forefront with the city’s best performances this season. Whether you want to see a classic story such as “Cinderella” or be inspired by new musical sounds, these shows are sure to satisfy.
Broadway star Ben Vereen visited KCAL9 Friday to discuss his work promoting diabetes awareness.
Back by popular demand, “Wicked”returns to the Pantages Theatre for a strictly-limited engagement this holiday season running now through January 29, 2012. Lauren Boyd, a local actress born in West Covina and raised in San Dimas, has joined the cast. She stopped by KCAL9 Monday to spill secrets about the show.