April 8 - May 18, 2014 | Gil Cates Theater | Written by Ruth Draper | Featuring Annette Bening 
Annette Bening makes Draper's timeless monologues her own - highlighting their continued influence on audiences and artists alike. Like Draper before her, Bening embraces and embodies these monologues in this tour-de-force premiere. NoHo Arts offer! $40 orchestra tickets, includes fees. Performances 4/8/14 - 4/27/14 only. Code: RuthNH Expires 3/31/14. More>> 
      All That JAZZ in NoHo!
Friday, March 7 at 8PM 
The 14th Annual Starlight Jazz Serenade will showcase another outstanding line up of incredible award winning jazz musicians and entertainers. The event takes place on Friday, March 7, 2014 at 8:00pm at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Sponsored by Budget Car Rental, Daniel's Jewelers, U.S. Bank and Phillips Graduate Institute. The event will benefit the North Hollywood based Hands for Hope's free after school and single parent programs. 
www.nohoartsdistrict.com Still Life  
Saturday, March 8 5-8PM
The Art Directors Guild (IATSE Local 800) Art Gallery 800's "Still Life" exhibition runs through March 29th. This show will feature the personal artwork of 30 entertainment industry professionals, and a special collection of works by Evans Webb. Gallery 800 showcases
artists from all crafts within Local 800 in a series of eight shows throughout the year. Representing Gallery 800 are Curator Denis Olsen and Coordinator Debbie Patton. Gallery 800's mission is to promote the works of the talented members of the Art Directors Guild in an intimate venue, on a personal level. Since Gallery 800 opened its doors in March 2009, over 500 ADG members have shown their artwork in the ongoing exhibitions.  More>>
       Paul Taylor Dance Company
April 11 - 13
A pioneer of American modern dance, Paul Taylor's dynamic, thought provoking work continues to push boundaries and remains "deeply communicative and wildly theatrical" - San Francisco Examiner.  Now, in their upcoming  engagement at The Music Center, Paul Taylor Dance Company presents a diverse program spanning their vast repertoire, including work set to minimalist composer Morton Feldman.
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Theatre Unleashed opens its 2014 season with one of the greatest and most controversial satires of all time, Tartuffe. The religious fraud Tartuffe has fooled the wealthy but naive Orgon, who is ready to award him his daughter's hand in marriage. But the wily and wicked "imposter" has his sights set on even loftier goals, including seducing his host's wife, ruining the family name and taking over the household. Moliere's signature work, using Ranjit Bolt's daring and dynamite translation, is aggressively presented in association with Mad Magpie and helmed by classics master director Jeff Soroka, who explores in rapid-fire fashion the themes of obsession, control, gullibility, the absurdity of zealotry and above all, hypocrisy. 


www.nohoartsdistrict.com L.A.'s theatre district Shades of Hugh   

by Clete Keith | directed by Sam Anderson 

"THE DIFFERENT SHADES OF HUGH explores the very personal world of an artist's creative process. Each artist is unique, but is there ever a time when that process should be altered? And does anyone have the right to try and impose that change morally, ethically, or personally?"the Ghosts of Nativities past converge on Bethlehem to teach Jesus Christ the true meaning of Christmas.  This production is at THE ROAD THEATRE ON MAGNOLIA - part of the NoHo Senior Arts Colony. 10747 Magnolia Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91601

www.nohoartsdistrict.com Wild Songs and Naked Souls    

An evening of music and poetic license. World Premiere engagement of a new revue.

Romance, comedy, beauty, passion, some songs. "Wild Songs and Naked Souls" features dramatic interpretations of classic musings on love and life from great writers and poets of the past few centuries, along with some songs. It's an evening of romance and fun, a terrific evening out. Despite the title, there's no nudity involved: only the emotions are naked here.   


The Trip Back Down    

Groupies, trophies and fast, beautiful cars. Is winning all there is? Nick Stabile (Bride of Chucky, Dennis Wilson in ABC's award-winning TV movie The Beach Boys: An American Family) stars as once-great NASCAR racer Bobby Horvath in a rare revival of the celebrated Broadway drama that kick-started playwright/screenwriter John Bishop's career. After a near-miss crash-and-burn race on the circuit, Bobby Horvath returns home to the Midwestern factory town he left to pursue racing. Over the course of numerous flashbacks, past and present collide - with unexpected results.

How I Learned to Drive    

Welcome The Red Brick Road Theatre Company to the NoHo Arts District!

HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE by Paula Vogel, directed by Joshua Hsu, follows a woman as she revisits the rules of the road and life from behind the wheel. Through wildly absurd, unexpected, and disturbing turns she comes to terms with her past, her relationships, and how these events eventually shape her womanhood and understanding of the word. 


Boeing Boeing 

The Group Rep presents the hilarious Tony Award-winning farce by Marc Camoletti Boeing Boeing with translation by Beverley Cross and Francis Evans, directed by Larry Eisenberg.

It's the 1960s, and swinging bachelor Bernard couldn't be happier: a flat in Paris and three gorgeous stewardesses all engaged to him. But Bernard's perfect life gets bumpy when a new, speedier Boeing jet throws off his careful planning.


The Foreigner    

What does a shy Englishman in search of rest do when he visits a fishing lodge in Georgia? In Larry Shue's hilarious farce, Charlie Baker, a proof reader by day and a boring husband by night, pretends to be a foreigner of non specific extraction who doesn't speak or understand a word of English. When others begin to speak freely around him, he not only becomes privy to secrets both dangerous and frivolous, he also discovers an adventurous extrovert within himself.  More>> 

On The Money   

Director Tom Ormeny describes: "This dynamic, fast moving play is about financial pressure and the dangerous lengths to which good people will go to get their hands on money. It focuses, sometimes comically, sometimes tragically, on three people who are driven to desperation by the kind of financial problems which plague millions of ordinary Americans today." "This is a revival of the play that had its West Coast premiere at the Victory Theatre thirty years ago. It starred both Bruno and Bruce Kirby and James Gammon, among others. That production received outstanding reviews and enjoyed an extended nine-month run prior to being named Best Play of the year. The subject matter is as timely today as it was then," states Maria Gobetti, producer. More>> 
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