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John Lavitt lived on the Greek island of Patmos, studying with the late American poet Robert Lax, after graduating with honors from Brown University. John’s published work includes three articles in Chicken Soup For The Soul and over 550 articles for The Fix . Find John on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Earthquakes In London at Rogue Machine Theatre Shakes Up Venice

Mike Bartlett’s drama about a family rocked by environmental catastrophe is staged with an undeniable immediacy by co-directors Hollace Starr and John Perrin Flynn. By...

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein & Cellist Matt Haimovitz Perform at The Wallis

At the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, virtuosos Dinnerstein/Haimovitz come together for the “Then and Now” program that pairs Beethoven and Philip...

Berlin Brings New Wave Transcendance to The Canyon Club

At The Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, the 40th Anniversary of the classic new wave band, will be celebrated as Berlin performs on February...

Multimedia Love Actually Live Opens the Door to Future Innovation

At the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, the theatrical cinematic musical experience of Love Actually Live takes the audience’s breath away. By John...

The Transcendent Musical Intimacy of Bill Frisell & Julian Lage at...

Presented by UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance, two American guitarists and composers share a technical precision and creative flair with a spellbound audience. By...

The Jazz Virtuosity and Creative Generosity of Joshua Redman Illuminates Royce...

Presented by UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance, the Joshua Redman Quartet reveals the undeniable genius of Generation X’s most exceptional Jazz Saxophonist  By John...

Nina Katchadourian Unsettles The Huntington Gardens With A Strange Creature

In “Beside the Edge of the World,” a new exhibition of five artists and writers on view until Feb. 24, 2020, Nina Katchadourian’s Strange...

Eight Nights Reveals the Intergenerational Impact of Historical Trauma

At the Antaeus Theatre in Glendale until the middle of December, Jennifer Maisel’s new poignant drama shows how the love of one woman and...

An Illuminating Celebration of Donna Summer at The Pantages Theatre

In Hollywood, where the chart-topping rise of the Queen of Disco began, the Los Angeles Premiere of “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical” is an...

The Ageless Wonder of Burt Bacharach at The Saban Theatre in...

On Friday, December 13th in Beverly Hills, the legendary Songwriter and Composer will celebrate nine decades with a show at the venue “Where Music...