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Meant To Be Pilot Premiere

Aurora Theatre 4412 E Village Rd,, Long Beach, CA, United States

Long Beach Nonprofit, Up & Coming Actors, Premier Meant To Be Web Series Long Beach, CA - Ashley Zachary co-founder of Up & Coming Actors in association with Signal Hill Sandbox, Inc., and A2theZShow LLC are premiering their Queer 12 minute short web series Meant To Be. This production was also made possible with a […]

Event Series After-Hours Holiday Tours

After-Hours Holiday Tours

Rancho Los Cerritos 4600 Virginia Rd, Long Beach, United States

Historic figures will enliven Rancho Los Cerritos as they demonstrate holiday traditions from the 1840s through the 1930s. In the historic adobe, costumed interpreters will engage with visitors and share information about the activities that are happening in the exhibit rooms. Seasonal refreshments and live holiday music will complete the festivities. This event takes place […]


Rodgers + Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA by Musical Theatre West

Carpenter Performing Arts Center 6200 E Atherton St, Long Beach, CA, United States

History’s most famous fairytale will make its Musical Theatre West (MTW) debut with a magical modern twist this December! Long Beach’s premier theater company is excited to announce its final show of the season, Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, will premiere for select nights December 2 - 18, 2022. Tickets range from $20 - $120 each […]

$20 – $120

The Art of Theater

Long Beach Playhouse 5021 E. Anaheim Street, Long Beach, United States

A 2-month program designed to introduce performing artists to all aspects of theatre. This program will examine costume design and make-up, choreography, professional development, technical design, musical engineering, directing, and the technical elements of scenery, lighting, and sound. Participants will be allowed to expand and practice these skills at a live theatrical performance at the […]

Talko Tuesday

Bridies and Brews 90 E 4th St., Long Beach, CA, United States

1.17.23 7pm Door 730 Show $10 suggested donation Avoid eventbrite fees by sending venmo/paypal to @reidclarkcomedy or cashapp $rccomedy Use code BREWS for a free ticket while they last. Only works on eventbrite 90 E 4th St, Long Beach Buster Brown Mckenna Jarrell Mario Rodriguez Reid Clark Comedy, Music & More


Musical Theatre West Presents “9 to 5: The Musical,” Feb 10 – 26

Carpenter Performing Arts Center 6200 E Atherton St, Long Beach, CA, United States

Long Beach’s premier theatre company is excited to announce the debut of the three-time Tony award-winning musical 9 to 5: The Musical. Based on the hit movie, with music and lyrics by Dolly Parton and book by Patricia Resnick, 9 to 5: The Musical is a side-splitting salute to corporate sisterhood and workplace revenge! The […]

$20 – $96

“This is Me,” featuring “Oliver Button is a Sissy”

The Beverly O'Neill Theater 300 E Ocean Blvd, Long Beach, CA, United States

Oliver Button is a sissy. At least that’s what the other kids call him. But here’s what Oliver Button really is: a reader, and an artist, and a singer, and a dancer, and more. What will his classmates say when he steps into the spotlight? Join the South Coast Chorale, the Musique Sur La Mer […]

$15 – $60

Act Out Theatre Company Arts Workshops

350 Elm Ave, Long Beach, CA, United States

Don't miss out on a great arts adventure. Aspiring artists from around the community are invited to try out a variety of arts disciplines on Saturday afternoons all month long, every month! Explore a world of acting, dance, digital media and much more! Each month will feature workshops for different age groups, youth and adults […]

FREE- Author Talk and Signing with Brynn W. Shiovitz, PhD

The Art Theatre 2025 E 4th st, Long Beach, CA, United States

Behind the Screen: Tap Dance Race and Invisibility During Hollywood’s Golden Age (Oxford University Press, 2023) Author Talk and Signing: How and why was outdated racial content not only permitted, but in fact allowed to thrive during the 1930s and 1940s despite the rigid motion picture censorship laws which were enforced during this time? One […]