The accession of abatement agency affable a new division of cultural activities to Southern California.
In accession to the abounding exhibitions of PST: L.A./L.A, this season’s highlights accommodate assorted touring Broadway musicals, a chat with acknowledged columnist Salman Rushdie and a accomplished lot of Bernstein.
Below, Los Angeles Times critics and writers adviser you through the season in art, books, dance, theater, music and more. For added in abyss coverage, analyze our complete abatement arts preview.
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The exhibitions of Pacific Standard Time: L.A./L.A. are assertive the season. Here’s a quick briefing on of highlights, including some non-PST shows.
Sept. 10-Dec. 31
The Institute of A Art, Los Angeles — aforetime the Santa Monica Building of Art — inaugurates its burghal L.A. home with the amazing assets of self-taught artisan Martín Ramírez (1895-1963). A Mexican immigrant institutionalized for schizophrenia — conceivably falsely — at DeWitt State Hospital in Northern California, Ramirez fabricated able beeline assets on big bedding of examining-table paper. ICA L.A., 1717 E. 7th St., L.A. (310) 284-8100. www.theicala.org
Sept. 15-Dec. 31
The Bang Building has an accomplished clue almanac in advancing scholarship accompanying to art fabricated by women. This sprawling actualization will attending at added than 100 Latin American women and U.S. Latinas alive in 15 countries during a aeon of abstruse amusing about-face and aesthetic transformation. Hammer, 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood. (310) 443-7000. www.hammer.ucla.edu
Sept. 16-Jan. 28
Gold, silver, jade, turquoise, carapace and accoutrement — affluence abstracts were capital to displays of amusing status, political ability and sometimes alike religious behavior in pre-Columbian cultures. The exhibition actualization 300 altar from contempo archaeological excavations in Peru, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Mexico. The Getty Center, Arctic Sepulveda Boulevard and Getty Centermost Drive, L.A. (310) 440-7300. www.getty.edu
Oct. 10 – Jan. 14
A baby but awfully attenuate exhibition of 13 paintings and one cartoon by Giovanni Bellini should be a standout in the abatement season. The Bellini ancestors — ancestor Jacopo, brother Gentile, brother-in-law Andrea Mantegna — was, in abounding respects, the launchpad for the Venetian Renaissance. And Giovanni was the best. The Getty Center, Arctic Sepulveda Boulevard and Getty Centermost Drive, L.A. (310) 440-7300. www.getty.edu
Nov. 19-March 18
The aeon arch up to the 1810 War of Independence was amid the best agitated in Mexico, and the art that was produced reflects the abundant complexities. Added than 100 works, including abounding advanced unpublished, anatomy the aboriginal abounding analysis of 18th aeon painting in Mexico to be apparent in an American museum. Los Angeles County Building of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. (323) 857-6010. www.lacma.org
Nov. 19-April 15
Three in 10 Americans accept at atomic one tattoo, and the accepting is accomplished in burghal and rural (rather than suburban) areas, according to a Harris Poll conducted in backward 2015. This traveling show, organized by Paris’ Musée du Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac, will attending at the all-around accomplished and present of artistically inking skin. The Accustomed History Building of Los Angeles County, 900 Exposition Blvd., L.A. (213) 763-DINO. www.nhm.org
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Architecture exhibitions this abatement affiance to appointment accustomed capacity from new perspectives, bouncing from the California arid to Mexico Burghal to Rio de Janeiro in the process. A sampling of what’s on actualization in the division ahead:
Sept. 9-Jan. 7
This Palm Springs Art Building exhibition centers on two Modernists who never absolutely met. Frey (1903–98) may be able-bodied accepted actuality for his arid architecture, but Bo Bardi (1914–92) will be a adumbration to many. An Italian-born artisan who confused to Brazil in 1946, Bo Bardi proves to be article of a Sâo Paulo analogue to Southern Californian Frey, axis out barrio that affix bodies to their surrounding accustomed world. Presented as allotment of the Getty-led Pacific Standard Time: L.A./L.A. at the Palm Springs Art Museum’s Architectonics and Architectonics Center, 300 S. Palm Canyon Drive. (760) 423-5260, www.psmuseum.org.
Sept. 10-Jan. 28
With Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House as a backdrop, this exhibition on “the role of government and accessible action on the congenital environment” unfolds appropriately abundant in the burghal of Los Angeles’ art gallery. Bedfellow babysitter Clara Kim from the Tate Avant-garde in London assembles assignment by added than 20 a artists from Latin America who use photography, blur and added media to animadversion on issues such as canning and development. Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, 4800 Hollywood Blvd., L.A. (323) 644-6269, www.lamag.org
Sept. 16-Jan. 7
Flying beneath the radar, eclipsed by some splashier Pacific Standard Time exhibitions, is this Getty Research Institute actualization on the evolving architectonics of six industrializing cities: Mexico City; Havana; Rio de Janeiro; Buenos Aires; Lima, Peru; and Santiago, Chile. Getty Center, Arctic Sepulveda Boulevard and Getty Centermost Drive, L.A. (310) 440-7300, www.getty.edu.
Sept. 17-April 1
What’s billed as the aboriginal actualization on “the abounding ambit of architectonics and architectonics dialogues amid California and Mexico” will beset furniture, clothing, ceramics, sculpture, clear architectonics and more. Amid the parallels that this Los Angeles County Building of Art exhibition will explore: the beheld accent amid the Mexico Burghal Olympics in 1968 and the L.A. Games of 1984. The actualization additionally promises to actualization how bounded abstracts and traditions accept shaped broader distinctions in architectonics sensibilities amid arctic and south. LACMA, 5905 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. (323) 857-6010, www.lacma.org.
The backward Bay Breadth mural artisan Lawrence Halprin, whose assignment includes the adept plan for the Sonoma County association the Sea Ranch, is at the centermost of several contest this abatement — a assiduity of his bazaar ceremony aftermost year. The Cultural Mural Foundation and the A D Architectonics and Architectonics Building are presenting a appointment Nov. 4 that will accent Halprin’s bequest in burghal L.A.; the building will present the foundation’s traveling photography exhibition of Halprin’s assignment this fall; and the Edward Cella Art & Architectonics arcade will accept little-seen Halprin assets on actualization Sept. 9-Oct. 28. Los Angeles Conservancy walking tours and a Heidi Duckler Ball Theatre achievement additionally are scheduled. A D, 900 E. 4th St., L.A., (213) 346-9734, www.aplusd.org. Edward Cella, 2754 S. La Cienega Blvd., L.A., (323) 525-0053, www.edwardcella.com. Cultural Mural Foundation, tclf.org. Added admonition on all events: www.halprinla.com
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For those attractive for a bit of Broadway aloft “Hamilton,” here’s a briefing of touring musicals and plays accession on breadth stages.
Just wrapping up a run at the Ahmanson, Simon Stephens’ Tony-winning account about the struggles and triumphs of a blurred British boyhood sets up boutique in Orange County. Segerstrom Hall, Segerstrom Centermost for the Arts, 600 Boondocks Centermost Drive, Costa Mesa. (714) 556-2787. www.scfta.org
Sept. 15-Oct. 1
A woman actually can’t stop dancing in the U.S. premiere of Matthew Bourne’s date adjustment of the absurd 1948 Powell and Pressburger blur based on the Hans Christian Andersen bogie tale. Ahmanson Theatre, 135 N. Grand Ave., L.A. (213) 972-4400. www.centertheatregroup.org
Oct. 11-Nov. 19
A arcane editor in post-World War II Arctic Carolina looks aback on her adolescence in this bluegrass-tinged agreeable from Steve Martin and Edie Brickell. Ahmanson Theatre, 135 N. Grand Ave., L.A. (213) 972-4400. www.centertheatregroup.org
Nov. 5-Dec. 31
The West Coast premiere of this “Hamilton” bluff from the architect of the long-running “Forbidden Broadway.” Kirk Douglas Theatre, 9820 Washington Blvd., Culver City. (213) 628-2772. www.CenterTheatreGroup.org
Nov. 7-19 and Nov. 21-Dec. 31
Two brothers in Shakespeare’s time set about inventing the avant-garde musical. Segerstrom Hall, Segerstrom Centermost for the Arts, 600 Boondocks Centermost Drive, Costa Mesa. (714) 556-2787. www.scfta.org. Also, Ahmanson Theatre, 135 N. Grand Ave., L.A. (213) 972-4400. www.centertheatregroup.org
A ceremony of the Detroit almanac characterization that spawned such stars as Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye and Diana Ross and the Supremes. Segerstrom Hall, Segerstrom Centermost for the Arts, 600 Boondocks Centermost Drive, Costa Mesa. (714) 556-2787. www.scfta.org
Jan. 10-March 31
Stage adjustment of the hit 1992 activated blur about a arch artery urchin, a admirable angel and an irrepressible genie. Pantages Theatre, 6233 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. (800) 982-2787. www.HollywoodPantages.com
Tony-winning bio-musical about the 1960s chart-toppers Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Segerstrom Hall, Segerstrom Centermost for the Arts, 600 Boondocks Centermost Drive, Costa Mesa. (714) 556-2787. www.scfta.org
A annoyance queen helps the buyer of a declining shoe branch about-face his business about in this Tony-winning agreeable with songs by Cyndi Lauper and book by Harvey Fierstein. Segerstrom Hall, Segerstrom Centermost for the Arts, 600 Boondocks Centermost Drive, Costa Mesa. (714) 556-2787. www.scfta.org
Feb. 7-March 18
Romantic agreeable ball set in 1930s New York featuring a book by Ken Ludwig and archetypal songs by George and Ira Gershwin. Directed and choreographed by five-time Tony champ Susan Stroman. Ahmanson Theatre, 135 N. Grand Ave., L.A. (213) 972-4400. www.centertheatregroup.org
An 18th aeon British woman takes a job as babysitter for the accouchement of the baron of Siam in this Rodgers & Hammerstein favorite. Segerstrom Hall, Segerstrom Centermost for the Arts, 600 Boondocks Centermost Drive, Costa Mesa. (714) 556-2787. www.scfta.org
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On any accustomed night in Los Angeles, there are endless book contest to chose from; actuality are autumn’s top-billed arcane events.
Salman Rushdie is no drifter to controversy, and his latest novel, “The Aureate Hour,” is a a ballsy that takes on American backroom and culture. Set in New York afterwards Obama’s inauguration, it tells the adventure of a abstruse billionaire and his aberrant family, as able-bodied as a “comic-book villain” who makes “a crass presidential run.” Rushdie, whose aftermost atypical “Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights” was funny, absurd and profane, is best accepted for “The Satanic Verses,” which prompted afterlife threats and affected him into ambuscade for years. Rushdie will assurance “The Aureate House” at Vroman’s on Sept. 16 and on the afterward night arise at the L.A. Times Ideas Exchange to allocution about his book.
Vroman’s Bookstore, 695 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena. (626) 449-5320 / LA Times Ideas Exchange, at the Ace Hotel 929 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. (213) 623-3233
Art Garfunkel is best accepted as one bisected of one of the best admired agreeable duos of the accomplished aeon and in his September account “What Is It All But Luminous: Notes from an Underground Man,” Art Garfunkel “writes about his activity before, during, and afterwards Simon & Garfunkel.” Abounding musicians of his bearing accept afresh apprenticed autobiographies, but Garfunkel is decidedly bookish — he keeps a account of every book he’s apprehend aback 1968 on his website — and his account includes his poems, as able-bodied as belief about his time in Hollywood, acting in “Carnal Knowledge” and “Catch-22.” The atramentous accident is outdoors at Grand Performances, presented with Scripps College, which brings its programming to burghal L.A.
Scripps Presents and Grand Performances, 350 S. Grand Ave. (213) 687-2190
In Jennifer Egan’s hotly advancing new novel, “Manhattan Beach,” a adolescent babe comes of age during the Additional Apple War; aback her ancestor vanishes, she becomes the aboriginal changeable diver at the Brooklyn Naval Yard. A “noir thriller” that probes into the adventure abaft the father’s disappearance, “Manhattan Beach” is additionally Egan’s aboriginal attack into actual fiction. Her aftermost book, the innovatively structured “A Appointment From the Goon Squad,” won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Critics Amphitheater Accolade for fiction and the L.A. Times book prize. Egan will be in chat with columnist Marisa Argent at ALOUD.
ALOUD, Mark Taper Auditorium-Central Library, 630 W 5th St., Los Angeles. (213) 292-6254
Bruce Campbell, the B-movie king, is the admired bandage actualization amateur with an acclaimed face and added than 100 IMDb credits, including administrator Sam Raimi’s “Evil Dead” and the “Spider-Man” films. Campbell has a new memoir, “Hail to the Chin,” and will bless its absolution by hosting “Last Fan Standing,” a alive d actualization that tests the audience’s ability of fantasy, sci-fi, abhorrence and all things nerdy. Attendance includes a archetype of the book; VIP tickets get you a meet-and-greet with the Chin himself.
Book Soup and Spaceland Presents at the Regent Theatre, 448 S Main St., Los Angeles.(323) 284-5727
Writer Ta-Nehisi Coates is an capital articulation in a letters. His book “Between the Apple and Me” won the National Book Accolade for anthology and has been on the L.A. Times bestsellers account for about 90 weeks. His aing book, “We Were Eight Years in Power: An American Tragedy,” advancing in October, collects appropriate account from his assignment at the Atlantic, including “The Case for Reparations” and “Fear of a Atramentous President,” aboriginal essays and an assay of the racially answerable 2016 presidential election.
Writers Bloc and Eso Won Books at the Wilshire Ebell Theater, 4401 West 8th St., Los Angeles. (323) 939-1128
As biographer and architect of the television actualization “Mad Men” and a biographer on “The Sopranos,” Matthew Weiner is a key amount in our new aureate age of television. Now he turns to a new medium, absolution his aboriginal novel, “Heather, the Totality” in November. “A blow advance amid a advantaged ancestors and a alarming adolescent man,” columnist Michael Chabon writes, cartoon a alongside to the “Mad Men”-esque Richard Yates. Weiner will be in chat with New Yorker agents biographer Susan Orlean.
Live Talks Los Angeles at the Ann and Jerry Moss Theatre, 3131 Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica. (310) 828-5582
L.A. columnist Janet Fitch is admired for her bestselling Oprah aces “White Oleander,” a atypical about a difficult mother-daughter accord in Southern California. She campaign far for her aing novel, November’s “The Revolution of Marina M.,” a actual ballsy set adjoin the accomplishments of the Russian Revolution. Fitch follows the adventure of one genteel woman swept up by the tides of the time; her adventure becomes intertwined with some of the markers of history. She’ll be interviewed by Russian abstruse academic and Los Angeles Review of Books editor Boris Dralyuk.
ALOUD, Mark Taper Auditorium-Central Library, 630 W 5th St., Los Angeles. (213) 292-6254
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Fall will be a division of Lenny and the ladies. The Leonard Bernstein bazaar ceremony shouldn’t appropriately activate for accession year (the 100th ceremony of his bearing isn’t until aing August), but it’s accepting an aboriginal alpha aloof about everywhere you look. Bernstein, who mentored glass-ceiling-breaking changeable conductors such as Marin Alsop, would be captivated to see how thoroughly women are becoming, at atomic in Southern California, allotment and bindle of the orra world. The Los Angeles Philharmonic has been a leader; this abatement Maria Guinand conducts the Los Angeles Adept Chorale, and Anu Tali conducts the Pacific Symphony. Actuality are others to watch in the division ahead.
The Los Angeles opera administrator and architect of the Industry has gotten all-embracing absorption lately, abnormally with his accessible admission aing year as the aboriginal American to absolute at the Bayreuth Ceremony in Germany. He will be an ever-striking bounded attendance this fall, with branch performances of the Industry’s latest activity (a new opera, “Galileo,” by Andy Akiho accounting to be performed on the bank at San Pedro) and the conception of a new opera for the L.A. Phil (Annie Gosfield’s “War of the Worlds,” which will accommodate sirens arrant about town). Meanwhile, Sharon additionally finds time to accessible the Cleveland Orra’s division with a semi-staged assembly of Janácek’s “The Cunning Little Vixen.”
The Industry’s “Galileo,” Sept. 16-17, Angels Gate Cultural Center, 3601 S. Gaffey St., San Pedro. www.theindustryla.org
Cleveland Orra’s “The Cunning Little Vixen,” Sept. 23-26, Severance Hall, 11001 Euclid Ave. (800) 686-1141. www.clevelandorra.com
L.A. Phil’s “War of the Worlds,” Nov. 12, Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 S. Grand Ave., L.A. (323) 850-2000. www.laphil.com
The Los Angeles Adept Chorale bliss it off its division with Bernstein and “Chier Psalms”; the Los Angeles Chamber Orra does additionally with Joshua Bell as accompanist in “Serenade”; akin for Pacific Chorale with “Mass.” The New West Symphony turns to Bernstein’s date works conducted by John Mauceri. Added than accompanying a screening of the cine adaptation of “West Side Story,” the L.A. Phil won’t accessory up for Bernstein big time until aing year, but Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony are not waiting, axis September into Bernstein ages in the Bay Area.
Los Angeles Adept Chorale’s “Chier Psalms,” Sept. 23-24, Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 S. Grand Ave., L.A. (213) 972-7282. www.lamasterchorale.org
Los Angeles Chamber Orra’s “Serenade,” Sept. 30, Alex Theatre, 216 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale; and Oct. 1, Royce Hall, UCLA, 340 Royce Drive, Westwood. (213) 622-7001. www.laco.org
Pacific Chorale’s “Mass,” Oct. 29 , Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, Segerstrom Centermost for the Arts, 600 Boondocks Centermost Drive, Costa Mesa. (714) 662-2345. www.pacificchorale.org
New West Symphony’s Bernstein date works, Nov. 17 Valley Performing Arts Center, 18111 Nordhoff St. Northridge, CA, Nov. 18 Thousand Oaks Performing Arts Center, Kavli Theatre, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd.; and Nov. 19, Oxnard Performing Arts Center, 800 Hobson Way. (866) 776-8400. www.newwestsymphony.org
L.A. Phil’s “West Side Story,” Nov. 24 and 26, Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 S. Grand Ave., L.A. (323) 850-2000. www.laphil.com
San Francisco Symphony’s Bernstein month, Sept. 14, Sept. 22-24, Sept. 28 and Oct. 1, Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco. (415) 864-6000. www.sfsymphony.org
The L.A. Phil could ample a abatement assay by itself. So booty your pick: Gustavo Dudamel opens the division with two programs absorption on Mozart’s aftermost year on Sept. 26, Sept. 29 and Oct. 1; Dudamel leads a Mexico Burghal festival, CDMX, on Oct. 12-15 and 17; and the orra mounts accession “Noon to Midnight” new-music chase on Nov. 18. Not one but four absorbing women will conduct cable concerts: Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla (Oct. 19-21), Susanna Mälkki (Oct. 27-29; Jan. 19-21 and 23), Emmanuelle Haïm (Nov. 16-19) and Xian Zhang (Dec. 8-10). Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 S. Grand Ave., L.A. (323) 850-2000. www.laphil.com
In the final circuit of music administrator searches, both orras will be led by bedfellow conductors, best of whom are candidates. Audiences may not get to vote on the final choice, but chase committees will absolutely be belief army reaction.
LACO with bedfellow aqueduct Jaime Martín, Sept. 30-Oct 1; Peter Oundjian, Oct. 14-15; Thomas Dausgaard, Jan. 30-31; Douglas Boyd, Feb. 24-25; and Karina Canellakis, April 21-22. Alex Theatre, 216 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale; and Royce Hall, UCLA, 340 Royce Drive, Westwood. (213) 622-7001. www.laco.org
New West Orra with bedfellow aqueduct Kynan Johns, Jan. 26-27; Tania Miller, May 12-13; and Fawzi Haimor, October 2018. Thousands Oaks Performing Arts Center, Kavli Theatre, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd.; and Oxnard Performing Arts Center, 800 Hobson Way. (866) 776-8400.
While Bizet’s accustomed “Carmen” opens the Los Angeles Opera season, it is the French composer’s alien “The Pearl Fishers” that may able-bodied accomplish the best interest. The attractive assembly by British filmmaker Penny Woolcock accepted a hit at the Metropolitan Opera, and the casting will be led by Georgian acute Nino Machaidze. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 135 N. Grand Ave., L.A. (213) 972-8001. www.laopera.org
We hardly apperceive any best André Previn, who still won’t acknowledgment to Los Angeles because of a altercation with the L.A. Phil that goes aback to aback he was music administrator in the 1980s. But he happens to be one of the greatest musicians this country has anytime produced, and he will be accurate a attenuate bedfellow actualization administering the Pacific Symphony in a affairs that includes two of his admired composers, Mozart and Rachmaninoff, as able-bodied as a contempo allotment of his own. Any adventitious to see the 88-year-old Previn should not be missed. Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, Segerstrom Centermost for the Arts, 600 Boondocks Centermost Drive, Costa Mesa. (714) 755-5799. www.PacificSymphony.org
South African artisan and opera administrator William Kentridge bases Philip Miller’s opera, “Refuse the Hour,” about a all-inclusive accession work, “The Refusal of Time,” that includes all the Kentridge characteristics of arresting animation, amazing choreography, abrupt music and a eyes of the apple that mixes science, philosophy, race, religion, socialism and accessory into a beverage like no other. Presented by the Centermost for the Art of Achievement at UCLA. Royce Hall, UCLA, 340 Royce Drive, Westwood. (310) 825-2101. www.cap.ucla.edu
Nov. 18-Dec. 3
Nico Muhly’s “Marnie” was commissioned by the Metropolitan Opera for its 2019-20 season, but the apple premiere is activity to English National Opera this fall. It’s based on Winston Graham’s novel, afterwards an Alfred Hitchcock thriller, about a adolescent changeable embezzler. Muhly says that the opera examines the amount of freedom, limitations of absolution and impossibility of artifice the past. London Coliseum, St. Martin’s Land, London. www.eno.org
Nov. 21-Dec. 10
No new opera this division comes aing to accepting the apprehension agency of John Adams’ California Gold Rush account “Girls of the Aureate West.” It’s accession Adams collaborations with administrator Peter Sellars, who supplied the libretto and with whom Adams has fabricated operatic history time and time again. The casting is composed of some of our best amazing adolescent American singers, including Julia Bullock and Davóne Tines, with Los Angeles Adept Chorale music administrator Grant Gershon as conductor. San Francisco Opera, San Francisco War Memorial & Performing Arts Center, 301 Van Ness Ave. (415) 864-3330. www.sfopera.com
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The abatement ball division is noteworthy for its eclecticism: the ball styles, the visiting companies, the featured performers. Los Angeles’ aboriginal full-evening concert by the ablaze tap ballerina Michelle Dorrance and her aggregation is one of the best advancing shows, but a bulk of out-of-towners are advancing our way too, including Matthew Bourne and his latest, “The Red Shoes,” and the Mariinsky Ballet’s acknowledgment to Orange County.
Local ball companies are additionally able-bodied represented. BodyTraffic will be at the Luckman Fine Arts Circuitous in L.A. on Oct. 7, Invertigo Ball Theatre celebrates its 10th ceremony Oct. 22 at the Moss Amphitheater in Santa Monica and the Versa-Style Ball Aggregation brings high-energy hip-hop to the Broad Date in Santa Monica on Sept. 23. Diavolo will awning 25 years of Jacques Heim’s charlatan choreography Nov. 11 at the Valley Performing Arts Centermost in Northridge, and at the L.A. Theatre Centermost burghal at the end of this month, the L.A. A Ball Aggregation premieres a new allotment by Nathan Makolandra, a ballerina with L.A. Ball Project. There’s a lot of cross-pollination activity on.
Twenty years afterwards Bourne’s all-male “Swan Lake” bandage de ballet befuddled up the Ahmanson Theatre, the British choreographer allotment with a staged adaptation of “The Red Shoes.” Taken from a Hans Christian Andersen bogie account and the 1948 Emeric Pressburger-Michael Powell film, “The Red Shoes” has adulation and attraction advance aural a ballet troupe. The production, which won top ceremoniousness aback it premiered aftermost year in England, has sets and apparel by a admired collaborator, Lez Brotherston, and a account acclimatized from the blur music of Bernard Herrmann (without the anguish chords from “Psycho”). Ahmanson Theatre, 135 N. Grand Ave., L.A. (213) 628-2772. www.centertheatregroup.org
Hubbard Artery will accompany the rarely apparent here, still-challenging “One Flat Thing, reproduced” by William Forsythe (now on the adroitness at USC). Aggressive by the dangers of Robert Scott’s Antarctic expeditions, Forsythe followed his circuitous choreographic action to end up with an abstruse allotment of apprenticed animality for 14 dancers who dispense 20 metal tables to a sometimes boisterous score. “Cloudline,” by aloft Hubbard Artery ballerina Robyn Mineko Williams, and two pieces by Spaniard Nacho Duato are additionally on the program. Irvine Barclay Theatre, 4242 Campus Drive, Irvine. (949) 854-4646. www.thebarclay.org
Oct. 7, 21, 28
Los Angeles Ballet’s alloyed repertory evenings affection a commissioned allotment by Menghan Lou, a Chinese-born ballerina with Nederlands Dans Amphitheater accurate his U.S. choreographic debut. The aggregation has additionally appointed two works by Alejandro Cerrudo and George Balanchine’s “Four Temperaments.” Oct. 7 at Royce Hall at UCLA, 340 Royce Drive, Westwood. Oct. 21 at the Alex Theatre, 216 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale. Oct. 28 at the Redondo Bank Performing Arts Center, 1935 Manhattan Bank Blvd. (310) 998-7782. www.losangelesballet.org
The Music Center’s “Ballet Now” affairs gave us a aftertaste of Michelle Dorrance. This abatement we get the abounding acquaintance — an evening-long affairs by the MacArthur Fellow “genius” tap ballerina and her company. Dorrance, based in New York City, is an amazing performer; she articulates rhythmically complicated moves with billowing concrete acuteness afterwards sacrificing finesse. Her across-the-stage slides are like ice skating. This is one to see. Bram Goldsmith Theater, Wallis Annenberg Centermost for the Performing Arts, 9390 N. Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills. (310) 746-4000. www.thewallis.org
This adept accumulation retains the apparent Russian classical style. The affairs is adherent to masterworks by Michel Fokine, the independent-minded aboriginal 20th aeon ballet advocate and a arch choreographer for Sergei Diaghilev’s allegorical Ballets Russes. Three of the signature pieces of that closing company’s repertory will be featured: “Le Spectre de la Rose,” “Chopiniana” (also accepted as “Les Sylphides”) and “Schéhérazade.” The affairs additionally includes “The Swan,” the two-minute abandoned allotment created for and fabricated acclaimed by Anna Pavlova. The Mariinsky’s acclaimed orra joins the dancers. Keep an eye out for two non-Russian principals, Briton Xander Parish and Korean Kim Kimin. Segerstrom Centermost for the Arts, 600 Boondocks Centermost Drive, Costa Mesa. (714) 556-2787. www.scfta.org
Chief choreographer Benjamin Millepied and dancers are the citizen aggregation of the Wallis Annenberg Centermost for the Performing Arts, which agency they will be presented in the abatement and bounce — a attenuate honor. The alloyed affairs includes the U.S. premiere of a assignment by a adolescent French choreographer, Noé Soulier, additional a Merce Cunningham “MinEvent,” a accumulation of excerpts. The blow of this affairs is adherent to three creations by “Black Swan” choreographer Millepied, including “In Silence We Speak.” Bram Goldsmith Theater, the Wallis, 9390 N. Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills. (310) 746-4000. www.thewallis.org
Kristy Edmunds, controlling and aesthetic administrator of the Centermost for the Art of Achievement at UCLA, for three years headed up what’s now alleged the Melbourne Festival. She has alleged acclaimed artists from that Australian burghal for this award-winning allotment alleged “Attractor.” Created by acclaimed choreographers Lucy Guerin and Gideon Obarzanek, it actualization a folk- and heavy-metal aggressive account by the Indonesian beginning singing duo Senyawa. The musicians use handmade, electrified stringed instruments, bringing the performers — and conceivably the admirers — into an athrill trance. Royce Hall, UCLA, 340 Royce Drive, Westwood. (310) 825-2101. www.cap.ucla.edu
Danielle Agami and her aggregation accept their aboriginal main-stage gig at CAP UCLA with “calling glenn.” The “glenn” is percussionist and artisan Glenn Kotche (of Wilco fame), and he will accompany the dancers onstage. Royce Hall, UCLA, 340 Royce Drive, Westwood. (310) 825-2101. www.cap.ucla.edu
Nov. 30-Dec. 3
In “Tesseract,” filmmaker and administrator Atlas and aloft Merce Cunningham dancers Mitchell and Riener coact on a two-act multimedia actualization that combines 3-D film, choreography and video alive from assorted cameras. “Tesseract,” which premiered at the Walker Art Centermost in Minneapolis in March, aims to booty the eyewitness to accession dimension. REDCAT, 631 W. 2nd St., Los Angeles. (213) 237-2800. www.redcat.org
The Music Centermost and Miami Burghal Ballet will present a new assembly of George Balanchine’s “The Nutcracker” featuring accouchement from two bounded ball schools. Miami Burghal Ballet has a three-year charge to do the ceremony archetypal at the Music Center, and admitting the assembly retains Balanchine’s 1954 choreography and story, Cuban American designers Isabel and Ruben Toledo are revamping scenery, backdrop and costumes. Accouchement from the Colburn School and the Gabriella Foundation’s Everybody Dance! association will accompany Miami dancers onstage, while the Los Angeles Children’s Chorus will sing with a alive orra. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 135 N. Grand Ave., Los Angeles. (213) 972-0711. www.musiccenter.org
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Relieved summer ceremony division is over? Or maybe you’re blame yourself for missing the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Ceremony and FYF Fest? No amount — there’s affluence of affection music to be apparent and heard in the months ahead.
After a continued summer of music festivals, alike the hardiest fan may accept doubts about active bottomward to Del Mar aloof to angle about and watch bands for a few added days. But with its strong, almighty all-embracing calendar — Jackson Browne and Jason Derulo? — Kaaboo promises to accomplish the acquaintance account it. Acts to see accommodate Kesha, amphitheatre one of her aboriginal gigs aback the absolution of her absorbing improvement album, “Rainbow”; Pink, who has a new almanac on the way; and Michael McDonald, because — well, because he’s Michael McDonald. Del Mar Racetrack & Fairgrounds. www.kaaboodelmar.com $129 — $299
Sept. 21, 22 and 25
They came west out of Gainesville, Fla., but accept alleged Los Angeles home aback the mid-1970s, aback Tom Petty put calm a new bandage alleged the Heartbreakers with several old friends. This year they’re appearance the 40th ceremony of their admission album, “Tom Petty the Heartbreakers,” which appeared a the end of 1976 but didn’t aces up ample drive until the afterward year. Petty and the Heartbreakers accept accepted one of the best anxiously alarming and constant bands in bedrock history, a cachet they’ll bless with three big accession shows at the admirable Hollywood Bowl. www.hollywoodbowl.com $49.50 — $1,400.
Solange’s “A Seat at the Table’ was one of the best adept and claimed albums to appear from the all-overs of American activity in 2016. As anybody abstracts out what to do next, one of Solange’s acknowledgment was to accumulate a august bill of beginning pop at the Bowl. Longtime assistant Claret Orange, King, Kelela, Moses Sumney and Kelsey Lu will accompany her. The lineup’s not aloof all-inclusive and genre-blind, it’s aing to an accurate cantankerous area of atramentous American music appropriate now. Hollywood Bowl. www.hollywoodbowl.com Sold out.
Her sparkly admission “Ctrl” has become one of the soundtracks of summer. With tender, accessible musings on love, lust, loneliness, ancestors and character distilled through the boring of a adolescent woman advancing into her own, her anthology is one of the year’s best achingly honest and audacious R&B efforts. With music this raw, SZA’s accessible bout is one of the fall’s hottest tickets. The Novo. www.thenovodtla.com Sold out.
The Forum is the absolute area for British minimalists the xx, who ability alveolate sonic spaces in songs such as “On Hold,” “Angels” and “VCR.” Aback its acceleration in the late-’00s, the leash — Romy Madley Croft, Oliver Sim and Jamie Smith — has becoming abundant acclaim for its simmering, aside works, which draw on post-punk bedchamber pop, a R&B and dispersed cyberbanking music. The bandage is touring in abutment of a third album, “I See You.” The appropriately aggressive artisan Mike Hadreas, who performs as Perfume Genius, will open. Traveling in abutment of one of the year’s best pop albums, “No Shape,” Hadreas is a alluring alive aerialist with a articulation congenital for arenas. The Forum. www.fabulousforum.com. $40-$71.
Kentucky-bred singer-songwriter Simpson is one of the freshest choir to adroitness the Americana music amphitheatre in the aftermost decade, and his latest album, “A Sailor’s Adviser to Earth” apparent his affection for country, folk, blues, actuality and R&B. He’s commutual on this actualization with Oakland blues-R&B-soul singer-songwriter Fantastic Negrito, built-in Xavier Amin Dphrepaulezz, whose latest anthology effectively blends his accomplishments as a Muslim in Massachusetts with his captivation in African American artery ability in Oakland. Greek Theatre. www.lagreektheatre.com. $29.50 — $75.
Those attractive for the centermost of the Southern California music underground should amphitheater mid-October with a red Sharpie, aback the sixth Arid Daze ceremony occurs in Joshua Tree. Featuring some of the best arresting adolescent artists in the amphitheatre — Weyes Blood, John Maus, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Ariel Pink, MNDSGN and Starcrawler amid them — the fest is accent by jailbait figure Iggy Pop, Brit drone-rock act Spiritualized and the duo of Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile, amid others. The camp-friendly fest was built-in as a same-week accession to Coachella, but has developed to become an anniversary abatement highlight. Institute of Mentalphysics (Joshua Tree). desertdaze.org $229-$450 for weekend pass, $89-$149 for single-day pass.
If alike Taylor Swift is activity goth, article adverse is acutely ambuscade in music appropriate now. This mini-festival — a aftereffect of the accepted members-only goth bistro — spans genres but locks in a bleak, abundant mood. Headliners accommodate the Jesus and Mary Chain, KMFDM and She Wants Revenge, with a huge bill of aeon like Cold Cave, Health, Ho99o9, Mykki Blanco and Uniform advance beyond two burghal venues. Globe Theatre and the Alcazar Theatre.www.xcloakanddaggerx.com. $99 — $400.
Nov. 7, 8, 10 and 11
Need a acumen to t Bruno Mars live? Aloof attending up Super Bowl 48 (and 50). Or the Grammys, abnormally that glassy Prince tribute. Or the endless added accolade shows he’s baseborn with his barbaric showmanship that’s aerial appropriate from the James Brown and Michael Jackson playbook. Mars’ latest record, “24K Magic,” is a baking bequest to New Jack Swing, underrated electro-funk masters such as Zapp & Roger and Cameo, and soulful crooners like New Edition and Luther Vandross. The anthology is fabricated for swooning. The Forum. www.fabulousforum.com Remaining seats alpha at $695.
Oct. 27, Dec. 21
The hip-hop abundant addled wigs this year with “4:44,” his shockingly affectionate anthology about the accent of atramentous entrepreneurship and the applesauce of cheating on Beyoncé. But how will Jay-Z, continued one of rap’s best affected performers, present those up-close adventures onstage? Find out aback he launches his “4:44” bout with a actualization in Anaheim, afresh circles aback two months afterwards to accomplishment the bout at the Forum. Honda Centerwww.hondacenter.com $30.50 — $495. The Forum www.fabulousforum.com $39.50 — $609.70.
The adept South African rocker who created that country’s aboriginal chip bedrock bandage about four decades ago is amphitheatre Arctic America one aftermost time on what he’s calling his “Final Journey,” afterwards which he aims to abide afterpiece to home afterward a 2015 analysis of pancreatic cancer, which currently is in remission. His albums and animated alive shows helped popularize Afro-pop in the U.S. in the 1980s and ’90s. Balboa Theatre (San Diego). sandiegotheatres.org.
True attrition never dies — that’s the bulletin of the self-titled admission by this proudly left-leaning supergroup, which formed aloof in time to beef aftermost year’s Republican National Convention. Featuring associates of Accessible Enemy, Cypress Hill and Rage Adjoin the Machine, Prophets of Rage moves on from the acclamation to what the bandage calls “the counteroffensive” in able-bodied rap-rock advance abstemious with absinthian sarcasm: “All barrage to the chief,” Chuck D barks, “who came in the name of a bandit to cease peace.”
The ambagious belt of pop homesickness is already axis to the early-mid 2000s, and the Killers are assuredly accepting their analytical due as one of the best bedrock acts to appear from that post-punk and New Wave-infused era. The act has been on a bit of a hiatus, and its new anthology “Wonderful, Wonderful” will access in a awfully altered bazaar for big bedrock records. But the Killers accept been layering accelerating synth tones into amphitheatre bedrock for over a decade; if anyone can acknowledge the genre’s activity aloft the pop archive today, it’s acceptable the Killers.
Finn is chiefly amenable for some of the best anxious and addictive pop songs aback the Beatles throughout his assignment over the aftermost three decades with New Zealand’s Split Enz, afresh Crowded House, the Finn Brothers (with affinity Tim) and his abandoned albums. This almighty gestated new abandoned set emerges from a alternation of live-streamed sessions at his home flat that culminated with the recording of yet accession acute accumulating of expertly and inspiringly crafted songs that admonish us aloof how amazing pop music can still be.
It’s been added than three years aback diva Sumney appeared in a arresting awning angel on the underground music mag LA Almanac as an artisan to watch, and his (occasionally frustrating) backbone in arising his aboriginal feature prompted its fair allotment of head-scratches. What was demography so long? The breathtakingly admirable “Aromanticism” answers it: He’s been layering tracks, honing songs, crafting a account aces of the buzz. Cool like Chet Baker and Sade and as assured as Björk and Anohni, Sumney places band aloft band of his articulation into advance until he achieves Bank Boys-esque harmony.
“Feels like I aloof woke up / Like all this time I’ve been asleep,” Cyrus sings in her new album’s appellation track, and that’s a analytical way to call the years she spent blithely disturbing America’s chastity police. Yet the band gives you a faculty of how actively she’s demography her latest makeover — this time from the lip-smacking abandoned of “Bangerz” and “Her Dead Petz” to a blessed hippie with Elvis on her apperception and her toes in the sand.
The ex-Led Zeppelin accompanist has been on a absolute aesthetic cycle for a acceptable decade now, activity aback to his knockout 2007 accord with Alison Krauss, “Raising Sand,” which becoming the agreeable odd brace a Grammy Accolade for all-embracing anthology of the year. Afterward appropriately animating projects with singer-songwriter Patty Griffin and acclaimed Americana artist and ambassador Buddy Miller, he’s put out a brace of aesthetic albums with the Sensational Space Shifters, who by and ample are abetment him afresh on “Carry Fire,” which abstracts to booty their rootsy world-music excursions to yet new frontiers.
This is his aboriginal feature aback acceptable the anthology of the year Grammy for 2014’s “Morning Phase,” but anyone who’s followed the active L.A. artist knows he’d absurd do a stylistic repeat. As adequate accurate buoyant, a pop as he is accurate downtempo soft-rock records, Beck on “Colors” opts for the former. Featuring synthy ball beats, cyberbanking curl and propellant energy, the almanac sits alongside analogously communicable endeavors from his absorbing discography such as “Odelay,” “Midnight Vultures” and “The Information.”
Singer-songwriter Womack denticulate a bulk of Top 10 country hits in the 1990s and aboriginal 2000s, but was consistently a cleft aloft a lot of her aeon on the country archive at that time because of her almighty aggregate of analytic abilities as a diva and her able best of material. She’s abiding with a new anthology delving into her Texas roots in country, folk, dejection and actuality music one on of the best claimed albums of her absorbing career.
Only in L.A. would a adventuresome antic bead a “Morrissey” banderole over the 101 Freeway avenue for the Hollywood Bowl to adviser Moz’s accessible concerts there. Moz — still the angel saint of Los Angeles rocker apathy —was abundantly affronted with his label’s rollout of his aftermost record, but his new one, “Low In Aerial School,” to be a beginning alpha for the accompanist and contempo bestselling novelist.
Release date TBA
He has helped redefine L.A. radio with adapted hooks and his lush, gluttonous alloy of R&B and rap. His able-bodied debut, 2015’s “Free TC,” showed the singer-songwriter-producer-multi-instrumentalist had an eye on pop distinction with its mix of confessionals, base affair starters and annotation on the chastening system. The latest chapter in his “Beach House” alternation is already abstraction up to be a party. The Dream and Lil Wayne ballast the animated “Love U Better,” Skrillex and Damian Marley advance Ty into beginning reggae on “So Am I” and he’s teased collaborations with Approaching and Pharrell Williams.
Release date TBA
When Clarkson appear she had ancient her longtime characterization in favor of Atlantic Records, she had a above adjustment of business: To accomplish the “record that I accept been absent to accomplish aback I was a little girl, and … that admirers accept been allurement me to accomplish for years.” That implies Clarkson is dialing into the R&B grooves that accept continued alternate her music. Expect a mix of urban, pop and R&B that’s abundant on soul, attitude and honesty. Now we aloof charge a absolution date.
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We could all use a abundant dosage of ball appropriate now, and this fall, Paul Rudnick is autograph a decree that I’m acquisitive to accept filled. In addition, there are musicals to accomplish you beam (“Something Rotten!” is the funniest actualization aback “The Book of Mormon,” and “Spamilton” spoofs the blockbuster everybody’s clamoring to see); able plays to accord you a aristocratic cackle (“King Charles III” glimpses approaching alcazar shenanigans); and several new works that attending to alloy the austere with the cool — a aggregate that was acceptable abundant for Shakespeare and Chekhov. The dates listed actuality accommodate previews.
Through Oct. 8
Cancer and joke-telling may assume like awkward bedfellows, but author Halley Feiffer won acclaim off-Broadway for her aphotic adventurous ball about a actor actor award an abrupt admirers for her act in the hospital allowance of her convalescing mother. Geffen Playhouse, Gil Cates Theater, 10886 Le Conte Ave., Westwood. (310) 208-5454. www.geffenplayhouse.org
Paul Rudnick, whose amusement bubbles in the pages of the New Yorker as able-bodied as onstage and screen, has accounting a new comedy. It’s about an Oscar appointee who’s fending off admonition on what to say in his accepting accent while apprehensive why his admirer isn’t calling back. Rudnick set the bar aerial for Academy Accolade applesauce with “In & Out,” but it would be a aberration to belittle this affable wit. Kirk Douglas Theatre, 9820 Washington Blvd., Culver City. (213) 628-2772. www.CenterTheatreGroup.org
Sept. 13-Oct. 22
Phylicia Rashad reprises her assertive achievement in Tarell Alvin McCraney’s comedy about a dame whose acceptance is activated as acutely as Job’s aback a storm hits and tragedy descends on the ancestors home she congenital with claret and sweat. Mark Taper Forum, 135 N. Grand Ave., L.A. (213) 628-2772. www.centertheatregroup.org
Sept. 13-Nov. 5
This new post-Katrina ball by Jeremy Kamps, set in New Orleans’ Lower 9th Ward, is a mother-daughter adventure absorption on a delinquent boyhood who allotment to the bits of her aloft life. Shirley Jo Finney brings her accomplished authoritative duke to the material. The Fountain Theatre, 5060 Fountain Ave., L.A. (323) 663-1525. www.FountainTheatre.com
Sept. 14-Oct. 22
How could this new comedy by Boni B. Alvarez, set in L.A.’s celebrated Filipinotown and aggressive both by Calderón’s Spanish Aureate Age ball “The Physician of His Own Honor” and the 1990 documentary “Paris Is Burning” escape our radar? Echo Amphitheater Company, Aer Village Theatre, 3269 Casitas Ave., L.A. (310) 307-3753. www.EchoTheaterCompany.com
Sept. 15-Oct. 8
Math geeks, don’t get too excited: This comedy by Kevin Armento is beneath about the adjustment of operations (the appellation is a accessible catchword for students) than a coming-of-age adventure about a afflicted teen, an inappropriate algebra abecedary and a address iPhone that gives announcement to the communicative a of avant-garde life. Odyssey Theatre, 2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd., West L.A. (323) 960-4429. www.plays411.com
Sept. 26-Oct. 22
For those apprehensive whether there’s annihilation larboard to ascertain in Thornton Wilder’s oft-produced classic, this co-production with Deaf West Theatre, featuring Jane Kaczmarek as the date manager, seems acceptable to cut a beginning aisle through Grover’s Corners. Pasadena Playhouse, 39 S. El Molino Ave., Pasadena. (626) 356-7529. www.pasadenaplayhouse.org
Sept. 30-Oct. 29
This new comedy by Alessandro Camon (who co-wrote the Oscar-nominated cine for “The Messenger”) tells the alongside belief of a adolescent man bedevilled of killing a assemblage battling and a woman whose police-officer son was collapsed in the band of duty. The anecdotal aggregation is apprenticed to be acute in this assembly directed by Bart DeLorenzo and starring two almighty armament of acting, Tonya Pinkins and Alex Hernandez. The Los Angeles Theatre Center, 514 S. Bounce St., L.A. (866) 811-4111. www.thelatc.org
Oct. 13-Nov. 9
Joe Morton stars in this ball (critically accepted off-Broadway) about the activity of banana trailblazer and civilian rights activist Dick Gregory. Wallis Annenberg Centermost for the Performing Arts, Bram Goldsmith Theater, 9390 N. Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills. (310) 746-4000. www.thewallis.org/tml
Oct. 14-Nov. 11
The aboriginal in August Wilson’s 10-play alternation exploring 20th aeon African American activity decade by decade, “Gem of the Ocean” is set in Pittsburg in 1904. It brings us face to face with Aunt Ester, a 285-year-old healer of souls, who helps a man brief from the South absolve himself from the the answerability of his past. South Coast Repertory, Segerstrom Stage, 655 Boondocks Centermost Drive, Costa Mesa. (714) 708-5555. www.scr.org
Théâtre de la Ville, which brought Eugene Ionesco’s “Rhinoceros” to Royce Hall in 2012, is aback (thanks to the Centermost for the Art of Achievement at UCLA) with a comedy by Albert Camus. Sharing some accepted arena with his atypical “The Plague,” this allotment presents a cautionary account about abhorrence and fascism. Royce Hall, UCLA, 340 Royce Drive, Westwood. (310) 825-2101. www.cap.ucla.edu
Chilean author and administrator Guillermo Calderón (“Neva”) continues his basic deconstructions of aesthetic accuracy in the U.S. premiere of this assignment by one of the best avant-garde minds in Latin American amphitheater today. REDCAT, 631 W. 2nd St., L.A. (213) 237-2800. www.redcat.org
Nov. 5-Dec. 31
For amphitheater lovers who can’t allow a admission to “Hamilton” and appetite to see it lampooned and for admirers who can’t get abundant of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s masterpiece, this is the actualization you’ve both been cat-and-mouse for. Kirk Douglas Theatre, 9820 Washington Blvd., Culver City. (213) 628-2772. www.CenterTheatreGroup.org
Nov. 7-Dec. 1
This new musical, starring the one and alone Tyne Daly and showcasing the songs of Alan and Marilyn Bergman, has a adventurous storyline that sounds at already contemplative and heartening. Let’s achievement the actualization isn’t as apish as the title. Geffen Playhouse, Gil Cates Theater, 10886 Le Conte Ave., Westwood. (310) 208-5454. www.geffenplayhouse.org
Nov. 7-Dec. 3
A “future history play,” Mike Bartlett’s Olivier-winning ball mixes Shakespearean artifice with tabloid-worthy abuse in this assignment about aristocratic jockeying for ability afterwards the queen bliss the bucket. Pasadena Playhouse, 39 S. El Molino Ave., Pasadena. (626) 356-7529. www.pasadenaplayhouse.org
Nov. 7-19 and Nov. 21-Dec. 31
This backstage musical, set in the bloodthirsty affected apple of Elizabethan London, follows the absurd schemes of two brothers annoyed of actuality bent in the adumbration of that arrogant upstart, William Shakespeare, and bent to address the aboriginal avant-garde world’s aboriginal musical. The cool on Broadway was so altogether accomplished that the actualization should accept agitated a admonishing about asphyxiation from laughter. Segerstrom Centermost for the Arts, Segerstrom Hall, 600 Boondocks Centermost Drive, Costa Mesa. (714) 556-2787. www.scfta.org. Additionally at the Ahmanson Theatre, 135 N. Grand Ave., L.A. (213) 972-4400. www.centertheatregroup.org
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