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Best Ways To Celebrate Father's Day In Los Angeles

In a city with endless things to do, including going to a great concert, having a beer at a top brewery or going on a hike, there are tons of options of things to do on Father’s Day. 970 more words


Theater Review: The Book of Mormon at the Pantages

Before Hamilton came along, there was another modern musical that took the world by storm, achieving rare crossover appeal with both theater and mainstream audiences and earning a place in the pop culture zeitgeist. 908 more words

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Bring Your Booty To The Bodyguard At The Pantages!

By Deborah Howell

I am 8 inches from Angela Bassett’s fabulous face.  I try not to gasp at her lovely eyes, flawless skin and electric personality as she accepts her tickets, then moves along the red carpet with grace and authority–every inch the A-list superstar she is. 527 more words


Theater Review: The Bodyguard at the Pantages

Not many musicals literally start with a bang. In the case of The Bodyguard: the Musical, now playing at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, an opening gunshot was both very startling and pretty effective at getting the stragglers to settle into their seats. 765 more words

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Best Upcoming Performances At The Pantages This Spring & Summer

It’s happening, Los Angeles. After a grueling wait, “Hamilton” will finally take to the Pantages Theater stage late this summer. And while you are waiting to see history take place in August, don’t miss these other great shows and performances running now through Hamilton’s opening day. 495 more words


Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles

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Theater Review: An American in Paris at the Pantages Theatre

“When you think of Paris, what comes to mind?” This question, posed somewhat oddly to the audience, sets the tone for An American in Paris… 718 more words

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