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Theater Review: Beautiful at the Pantages

“If Times Square and hell were the last two places on earth, the nice people would live in hell.” Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, which closed last week at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles as part of its ongoing national tour, has many snappy lines like this to offer, along with plenty of recognizable tunes. 582 more words

Los Angeles Theater

Algunos nacen estrellas

No other place in L.A. personifies the word chanchullo like Hollywood Boulevard.

Half of the tourists are looking down at the names immortalized in thin gold letters, the other half are looking up for a glimpse at the world-famous Hollywood sign, meanwhile Batman and Elvis are desperately trying to get those distracted people to take a picture with them for a dollar or two. 748 more words

L.A. Guide

Photos: Lissie, Skrizzly Adams @ Pantages Theatre

Photos by: Sam Ungemach –

Folk-rock singer-songwriter Lissie, who released her third album, My Wild West, on February 12th, 2016 via Cooking Vinyl, which featured the singles “Hero”, “Don’t You Give Up On Me”, and “Daughters”, and which followed up her 2013 album, 290 more words

Music

Majestic Theatre - West Hastings Street

This image of the Majestic Theatre on West Hastings is dated to 1965, but the movie bill featured a 1958 western starring George Montgomery, Man From God’s Country… 1,027 more words

Gone

Theater Review: If/Then National Tour

Before I head to New York on my annual theater pilgrimage, I made one last LA theater stop for 2015 and checked out the national tour of… 1,144 more words

Los Angeles Theater

Review: The Phantom of the Opera at Pantages Theatre

Getting to see The Phantom of the Opera at the Pantages Theatre completely blew me away.

From the moment I walked into the theater—the Pantages Theatre is stunning; I could spend ages just staring up at the ceiling, with its painted golden beams crisscrossing over blue panels—there was a magical feeling in the air. 461 more words

Arts And Entertainment

April

April 1, 1926
Dolly went to work for her brother today as he is short of help. Had birthday cake & ice cream melon for Sig today. 424 more words