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THE VIEW UPSTAIRS AT CELEBRATION

“I love this busted-ass bar.” — Wes, in The View Upstairs THE VIEW UPSTAIRS, an off-Broadway triumph earlier this year, has made a welcome transfer to the Celebration Theatre in Hollywood for its West Coast premiere. Max Vernon’s musical—directed by Michael A. Shepperd—is set in a dive bar in New Orleans in 1973 (and 2017), […]

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AXIS MUNDO

AXIS MUNDO—QUEER NETWORKS IN CHICANO L.A. is a PST: LA/LA exhibition exploring the links between queer Chicano artists and their collaborators from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. Paintings, drawings, videos, artists’ magazines, mail art, flyers, and other ephemera by Skot Armstrong, Vaginal Davis, Mundo Meza, Tomata du Plenty, Teddy Sandoval (Butch Gardens School […]

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LA NOTTE AT THE UNDERGROUND MUSEUM

Through the end of the 1950s, the bourgeois protagonists of Michelangelo Antonioni’s films actively engaged their surroundings and maintained some sense of control. Everything changed in 1960. The surroundings became monolithic and oppressive, and the world took notice as the great modernist director—in a series of films featuring Monica Vitti—cast an excoriating eye on the […]

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QUANTIC LIVE AT PST: LA/LA LAUNCH PARTY

This week, Quantic Live will headline the free day-long launch party for Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA in Grand Park. Things kick off at noon with the Afro-Cuban and Brazilian music and dance of Ori, featuring dancers Cristina Lucio, Rachel Hernandez and Kati Hernandez, singer Dana Maman, and musicians Alberto Lopez, Gabriel Osuna, Kahlil Cummings, and Gerardo […]

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BALLET BC AT BOVARD

The acclaimed Vancouver troupe Ballet BC makes a rare visit to Los Angeles this week. On the program: 16+ A ROOM, choreographed by artistic director Emily Molnar, and inspired by the writings of Jeannette Winterson and Emily Dickinson; SOLO ECHO, choreographed by Crystal Pite, and inspired by Brahms and Mark Strand; and the highly anticipated BILL, choreographed […]