The Valley Theatre Awards | June 3
The NoHo Arts District is a one-square mile neighborhood that has 20 theatres, the highest concentration outside of New York City. That in itself is a reason to be proud and to celebrate. But the work our theatres produce is what we are going to celebrate on at the 5th Annual  Valley Theatre Awards  hosted by Bree Pavey and Paul Storiale at The Colony Theatre.  More>>
Favorite Public Art in NoHo?
So what’s your favorite piece of public art in the NoHo Arts District? From the images we’ve seen on Instagram and from our NoHo team, it’s  Cliff Garten’s “Sentient Beings.”  It was installed in front of the black glass building on the corner of Weddington and Lankershim back in 2009. More>>
Elect the Next NoHo Advocates
Do you love NoHo? Do you want to make a difference in the NoHo Arts District? Show your love for our arts district and vote in the NoHo Neighborhood Council (NoHo NC) elections on May 16. The NoHo NC helps to promote and advocate for our neighborhood’s goals. More>>
Makin' A Movie - May 19
The Mad Jackrats served up a great feast of stellar improv with shows comprised of three fast-moving, 20-minute sets and are very entertaining and based on audience member suggestions put into a bowl before the performance.    More>>  
Blood Alley
Zombie Joe's all-new, brutal and razor-sharp horror theater spectacular in the great Grand Guignol, Theatre of Cruelty and Butoh traditions, centering around the traumatic memories of a forgotten street-alley...haunted by the longing, beauty and unspeakable events of its cold, diabolical past!  More>>
Homeward LA
Six friends head out of the city on their annual weekend retreat. With no social media, no cell phones, no internet allowed at all, this leaves them with one thing to do… look up from their screens and talk to each other.  More>>
For Better
Above the Curve Theatre returns to their comedic roots with Eric Coble’s “For Better” - a farcical comedy that looks at the various forms of communication that are readily available to us and how it can cause more trouble than good.   More>>
Lady Day
Garry Marshall Theatre presents the Tony™Award-winning play  “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill." Witness one of Billie Holiday's last performances featuring over a dozen songs, including “What a Moonlight Can Do,” “Crazy He Calls Me,” “Easy Living,” Strange Fruit,”... More>>
10th Annual Hollywood Fringe
June 13-30 | Previews: June 6-11
Two thousand performances by 400 different productions will take place in dozens of Hollywood venues during this community-focused celebration of the performing arts. Get your Fringe Button at checkout, which earns you discounts at shows and local businesses, including Fringe Central. More>>
Morrison 14 -  New, architectural, single-family homes in the heart of the NoHo Arts District.      More>>
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