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The Program is a regular blog series that offers a curated listing of the most influential Southern California arts partners and their forward-facing vision for the four O’s: online, outdoors, outreach—and everyone’s ultimate goal—onstage!

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The Roberts Court, November 30, 2018. Seated, from left to right: Justices Stephen G. Breyer and Clarence Thomas, Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., and Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Samuel A. Alito. Standing, from left to right: Justices Neil M. Gorsuch, Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, and Brett M. Kavanaugh. Photograph by Fred Schilling, Supreme Court Curator’s Office.

These unprecedented times and the impact of COVID-19 have seen the curtains come down on Southern California stages. Theater groups are pivoting the way they deliver performing arts to audiences nationwide. Virtual and streaming opportunities inspires innovative programs and theaters take a look back on archive performances.

Note: Though hours and formats are updated regularly, they can change without notice; best to confirm at venue websites.

October

Necessary Sacrifices, a meeting that changed history.

North Coast Repertory Theatre
Necessary Sacrifices
Sept. 9-Oct. 11.
In the summer of 1863, at the height of the Civil War, Frederic Douglass and Abraham Lincoln met over two searing sessions that forever changed the course of history. This West Coast premiere of this riveting drama echoes today’s political landscape as it grapples with the issues of war, peace, politics and moral courage. Streaming on showtix4U. northcoastrep.org | Tickets

Seven Angels Theatre
Remote Control with Max Major: A Virtual Mind-Reading Experiment
Oct. 1-3, 9-11.  He controlled Heidi Klum’s mind on Zoom. He has performed astonishing feats on stages from Las Vegas to New York to London, and now he’s bringing his mind-bending illusions into your home. His appearances on the TODAY show and Americas’s Got Talent,  have stunned millions across the internet. Now mentalist Max Major, showcases his shocking ability to get deep inside stranger’s heads even from a distance. $45. 

Pacific Symphony Summer Replay, a virtual concert series.

Pacific Symphony
Symphonie Fantastique
Through Oct. 10.
The concert by the Pacific Symphony features the revolutionary work of Berlioz, which was inspired by his love of a Shakespearean actress and transformed the sound of the symphony orchestra in 1830. The Pacific Symphony’s senior vice-president of artistic planning opens the program with an interview with principal bassoonist Rose Corrigan. Free. pacificsymphony.org | Add to Calendar

Salastina
Happy Hour No. 27: Erik Rydvall, Nyckelharpa
Oct. 6. Erik Rydvall began playing violin at the age of five before discovering the nyckelharpa at 18. Erik is a founding member of the Swedish folk music trio Nordic. Together with one of Norway’s top Hardanger fiddle players, Olav Luksengård Mjelva, he formed the duo Rydvall/Mjelva. 2012 saw the release of their highly acclaimed debut album “Isbrytaren” (“The Icebreaker”), unifying traditional nyckelharpa and hardanger fiddle music for the first time ever. salastina.org | RSVP

The Ford
Poetry, Now
Oct. 6. Curated by the co-founders of the Spoken Literature Art Movement (S.L.A.M.), Matthew “Cuban” Hernandez and Alyesha Wise, Poetry, Now combines a panel discussion and dynamic performances to give audiences a snapshot of poetry in Los Angeles today. Participating artists include slam champion and Write Bloody author Buddy Wakefield, Da Poetry Lounge curator Jasmine Williams and youth justice advocate Justus Jones. Facebook | YouTube

Long Beach Opera
Viva VERDI: Why Giuseppe and Gang Would be BLM Activists
Beginning Oct. 6. This 8-course virtual seminar taught by Long Beach Opera’s Director of Engagement and Equity Dr. Derrell Acon will dive into how opera composers used their art as a means of social advocacy and rebellion. It calls for a return to opera’s former power to engage the most pressing issues of our time. T, Th 5:30 p.m. $250 tuition. longbeachopera.org

Pacific Symphony
Lang Lang Plays Beethoven
Oct. 4. Following opening weekend with twin piano phenoms, Christina Naughton and Michelle Naughton’s performance of Tchaikovsky’s Fifth, Pacific Symphony takes a look at one of the most beloved Romantic composers. Segerstrom Center for the Arts 615 Town Center Dr., Costa Mesa. 714 556 ARTS. pacificsymphony.org | Tickets

North Coast Repertory Theatre
Curtain Up! Happy Hour FUNdraiser
Oct. 4.
  Lucie Arnaz, Richard Dreyfuss, Linda Purl, Sarah Errington and David Ellenstein join host Clint Bell for a special cocktail hour. Join  from anywhere and learn how to make special cocktails by VIP bartenders (and favorite actors) Phil Johnson and Omri Schein, play trivia games and be entertained. 

Boston Court Pasadena
Emerging Artists [LIVE!] Online: Andrew Anderson, Pianist
Oct 4. Boston Court’s 4th annual Emerging Artist Series—which pairs talented young musicians with acclaimed mentors—is going virtual this year! On October 4, rising star Andrew Anderson will perform. As a performer, Anderson has had the great opportunity to perform at such venues as the Walt Disney Hall, REDCAT, and the Carlsbad Music Festival. Anderson attended the University of California, Irvine and at the California Institute of the Arts, where he was recipient of the Fletcher Jones Foundation and Dumont Scholarships.  Free. bostoncourtpasadena.orgRSVP

La Jolla Playhouse
Portaleza
Through Oct. 4.
Derived from the words “portal” and “fortaleza” meaning strength/fortress, this digital experience explores the idea about connection through desperate means of correspondence. Audience members will be mailed a mysterious package prior to showtime with instruction to guide you through unlocking a visual reality beyond imagination. Starting at $20. lajollaplayhouse.org | Tickets

Artists at Play
ALLOS: The Story of Carlos Bulosan
Oct 3. Artists at Play and the USC Pacific Asia Museum present a free performance about Filipino American poet, novelist and union organizer Carlos Bulosan, in celebration of October’s Filipinx America History Month. This production tells the story of one man’s journey from the Philippines to the farmlands of California and his fight for the rights of migrant workers and the American dream. 5 p.m. Free. Facebook | RSVP

Boston Court Pasadena
Emerging Artists [LIVE!] Online: Angel Riley, Soprano
Oct 2. Boston Court’s 4th annual Emerging Artist Series—which pairs talented young musicians with acclaimed mentors—is going virtual this year! On October 2, rising star Angel Riley will perform. Riley is currently finishing her Master of Music degree in Voice Performance under the tutelage of Juliana Gondek at the University of California–Los Angeles where she has acquired extensive experience as an operatic, concert, and recital soloist. Riley was mentored by classically trained musician Paul Floyd who has served as Assistant Conductor for the Los Angeles Opera. Free. bostoncourtpasadena.orgRSVP

September

Music Center
John Lewis Good Trouble
Through Sept. 30.
The Music Center joins other performing arts center across the country in broadcasting John Lewis Good Trouble. The film will be followed by extra exclusives including archive footage and interviews. John Lewis Good Trouble is a documentary that explores the life of Georgia Congressman John Lewis, an American icon and freedom fighter whose sacrifices gave rise to a movement towards a more perfect union. $12. RSVP

Geffen Playhouse
Inside the Box
Sept. 29.
Journey into the exhilarating world of games with crossword constructor David Kwong. Twenty-four guests will have a front-row seat to an entirely interactive show of puzzles This smart and wildly entertaining event is filled with wordplay, multi-layered games, and surprises. $55+ geffenplayhouse.org | Tickets

Salstina
Happy Hour No. 26: Christopher Tin, Composer
Sept. 29.
Every Tuesday via Zoom, Salastina’s Happy Hour brings you live musical performance, spirited conversation, and interaction with musicians and fellow music lovers. This weeks episode brings you California-born, British-educated composer, Christopher Tin—a two-time Grammy-winning composer of concert and media music. His music has been performed all over the world in the most prestigious venues including Carnegie Hall, the Lincoln Center and Los Angeles‘ very own Hollywood Bowl. 6-7 p.m. Free. Tune In | RSVP

North Coast Repertory Theatre
“Tuesday Night Comics”
Sept. 29. San Diego Critic’s Circle Outstanding Actor of the Year, Mark Christopher Lawrence hosts a night that is arguably the funniest night of comedy in San Diego with talent from all over the country.
Tickets

Independent Shakespeare Company
Romeo & Juliet
Sept. 17-20, 24-27.
In an all-new hybrid stage production, director Melissa Chalsma will use movie-making, animation, social media and the ISC ensemble members on the ISC stage in Atwater to tell the classic love story of Romeo and Juliet. Free. iscla.org | Tickets

Award-winning musical, Romantics Anonymous, performed LIVE on stage from U.K.

The Wallis
Romantics Anonymous
Sept. 26-28.
Experience this new musical treat that will incite all the senses. This award-winning musical will be performed LIVE on stage from the U.K.’s renowned Bristol Old Bic Theatre by a cast from the company Wise Children that has been isolating together so that the show can be performed in its original form. Price starts at $20.96. thewallis.org | Tickets

Pacific Symphony
Inside Tchaikovsky’s Fifth
Sept 27.
Following opening weekend with twin piano phenoms, Christina Naughton and Michelle Naughton’s performance of Tchaikovsky’s Fifth, Pacific Symphony takes a look at one of the most beloved Romantic composers. Segerstrom Center for the Arts 615 Town Center Dr., Costa Mesa. 714 556 ARTS. pacificsymphony.org

Pacific Symphony
Shaham Plays Mozart
Through Sept. 26.
Pacific Symphony’s Summer Replay, a virtual concert series, reintroduces an archive of classical favorites with internationally celebrated pianist Orli Shaham taking center stage in Mozart’s sunny Concerto No. 17 online at 7 p.m. This performance was originally recorded on May 20. Free. pacificsymphony.org

Eaaasay. Easy like Grand Park Mornings.

Grand Park
Easy Mornings
Sept. 26.
Each episode of Grand Park’s Easy Mornings will feature four main elements: morning meditations with Grand Park yoga instructor Courtney Seiberling; coloring workshops with GURL Museum Day® and nature photography tips from Las Fotos Project; food truck demos with participating food trucks from Grand Park’s Lunch à la Park program; and performances or conversations with different artists and community members, ranging from landscape professionals to musicians, focusing on their relationships with Grand Park. grandparkla.org | YouTube | Facebook Live 

Skirball Cultural Center
Skirball Stages: Aditya Prakash Ensemble and Rini
Sept. 26.
Enjoy an evening of American music from the Indian diaspora. Combining classical ragas, chants, and rhythms with brass band arrangement, jazz harmony, and hip-hop–infused beats, the LA-based Aditya Prakash Ensemble impresses with an improvisational flow. Be serenaded by frontman Aditya Prakash, an accomplished Carnatic virtuoso known for his powerful and emotive voice. Across the country, performing in her New York City studio, composer and violinist Riniserves up a unique blend of electronica and bass-heavy art rock with her band. Pulling from musical traditions in India and the US, both the Aditya Prakash Ensemble and Rini transcend genre to create music wholly their own. Free. skirball.org | RSVP

Pacific Symphony
Tchaikovsky’s Fifth
Sept. 24-26.
Celebrate opening weekend with twin piano phenoms, Christina Naughton and Michelle Naughton, as they take Mozart’s rarely performed Concerto for Two Pianos to the stage. Maestro St.Clair concludes the evening with Tchaikovsky’ s moving Fifth Symphony. Segerstrom Center for the Arts 615 Town Center Dr., Costa Mesa. 714 556 ARTS. pacificsymphony.org

Chance Theater
Broadway Chance Style
Sept. 25.
A one-of-a-kind night with Broadway stars and a Chance Artist who will each share behind-the-scenes stories, while you get answers to the questions you’ve always wanted to ask and enjoy exclusive live performances. This event will feature Ryan Vasquez (Broadway’s Hamilton, Waitress, Wicked), Lauren Patten (Broadway’s Jagged Little Pill, Fun Home), Jackie Burns (Broadway’s Wicked, If/Then), and Monika Peña (Chance Theater’s Lizzie, Violet, Claudio Quest). 6 p.m. Single Ticket $45. Household $65. chancetheater.com

LA Phil
Fireworks!
Sept. 25.
No Hollywood Bowl summer season would be complete without the culmination of a grand fireworks display. Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil ends a six-epidode series with a selection from Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite. The show will also feature performances by Pink Martini, Thomas Wilkins, Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Diego El Cigala and the LA Phil performing music from John Williams’ Star Wars score. 8 p.m. PBS SoCal.

Boston Court Pasadena
Blood/Sugar
Sept. 25.
Created, directed and performed by Diana Wyenn, Blood/Sugar is a live virtual theatrical experience that takes audiences on the roller coaster that life with diabetes brings. This personal narrative takes a deep look at Wyenn’s struggle of acceptance with the disease and how it impacts her day-to-day choices. Immediately following the experience will be a conversation between Wyenn, the audience as well as local diabetes educators and nutritionists. Free. bostoncourtpasadena.orgRSVP

Los Angeles Opera
Living Room Recital
Sept. 25.
Soprano Sarah Vautour partners with pianists Steven Biler and Jeremy Frank for a caberet program that features songs by Kurt Weill, Wiliam Bolcom, Cole Porter and Francis Poulenc. 4 p.m. Free. laopera.org/athome

Hammer Museum
Hammer at Home: Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Legacy and the Supreme Court’s Future
Sept. 24. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
 had a profound impact on American law and life. Her early work as an advocate for gender equality and later her opinions on the Supreme Court changed the shape and face of our country. Former US Senator from California Barbara Boxer, Pulitzer Prize–winning Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse, journalist Kimberly Atkins, and Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson consider some of the late Justice Ginsburg’s most significant contributions and the upcoming battle over her now-vacant Supreme Court seat. hammer.ucla.edu

Skylight Theatre
Wake Up Call
Sept. 24.
Skylight Theatre presents a new play written by Wendy Kout and Jeff Reno, free and live online. This live new play proves “it’s never too late to make a better choice.” 3 p.m. Free. skylighttheatre.org | Tickets

LA Phil
Fireworks!
Sept. 23.
No Hollywood Bowl summer season would be complete without the culmination of a grand fireworks display. Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil ends a six-epidode series with a selection from Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite. The show will also feature performances by Pink Martini, Thomas Wilkins, Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Diego El Cigala and the LA Phil performing music from John Williams’ Star Wars score. 9 p.m. KCET

Los Angeles Opera
Il TRIVIAtore
Sept. 23.
Bass-baritone Nicholas Brownlee hosts a quiz game for the opera lover. Whether you are an eager newcomer or a seasons aficionado, this show promises to be lively and fun. 12 p.m. Free. laopera.org/athome

Los Angeles Opera
Opera Family Time: Sing Out Loud
Sept. 22.
Soprano Jamie Chamberlin and tenor Nathan Granner take the whole family on a musical adventure by showing how music can express feelings without words. 2 p.m. Free. laopera.org/athome

Salstina
Happy Hour No. 25: Lucia Micarelli, Violin
Sept. 22.
Every Tuesday via Zoom, Salastina’s Happy Hour brings you live musical performance, spirited conversation, and interaction with musicians and fellow music lovers. This installment of Happy Hour brings you the “violinist of heart-melting talent” according to the Wall Street Journal. Hear her music and have an intimate conversation about her life and career. 6-7 p.m. Free. Tune In | RSVP

Playwright Taylor Fagin’s viral song “We Need More”

Rubicon Theatre
A Song
Sept. 19-20.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, one man struggles to find peace and purpose in a world wracked with civil unrest, racial injustice, and a public health crisis. Rubicon presents the world premiere of A SONG, a conversation about race, responsibility, hope and belonging in these new and uncertain times. In this moving one-act play with music, playwright Taylor Fagins takes us inside the life Gill, an artist, a son, a lover and a young Black man in America as he fights to find his footing in society and to create his own song. Sa 7 p.m.; Su 2 p.m. Free. rubicontheatre.org

Hollywood Fringe
If Truth Be Told
Sept. 18-20.
A raucous evening of comic stories, told by actress/humorist Jennifer Brown who has seen a few things. Follow her adventures as she recounts tales from her early days of encountering life. What exactly is “the truth”? And when you are asked to tell the truth, whose truth do you stand in? Proceeds will benefit The Hollywood Food Coalition. F, Sa 8 p.m.; Su 2 p.m. $3. hollywoodfringe.org | Tickets

The Music Center
Spotlight Virtual Grand Finale
Sept. 19.
KCET introduces the 32nd annual Music Center Spotlight Virtual Grand Finale as part of its weekly performing arts and culture series, Southland Sessions. The Music Center’s Spotlight Virtual Grand Finale broadcast on KCET and PBS SoCal features Tony Award winner and Spotlight alum Lindsay Mendez as host, along with performances by each grand prize finalist, an inside look at each finalist’s Spotlight experience and messages from notable Spotlight alumni including Misty Copeland, Josh Groban, Matthew Rushing and Melinda Sullivan. Free. PBS SoCal

Grand Park
Easy Mornings
Sept. 19.
Each episode of Grand Park’s Easy Mornings features four main elements: morning meditations with Grand Park yoga instructor Courtney Seiberling; coloring workshops with GURL Museum Day and nature photography tips from Las Fotos Project; food truck demos with participating food trucks from Grand Park’s Lunch à la Park program; and performances or conversations with different artists and community members, ranging from landscape professionals to musicians, focusing on their relationships with Grand Park. Free. grandparkla.org | YouTube | Facebook Live

John Leguizamo in his award-winning one man show, Latin History for Morons.

Chance Theater
Cyber Chat: “Latin History for Morons”
Sept. 18.
Join host Casey Long and a distinguished panel of artists for a special chat about John Leguizamo’s award-winning one-man show. Chance Theater’s Cyber Chat program provides an opportunity to hear more background about the show and listen to artistic insight from a panel of professional artists. 8 p.m. Free. chancetheater.com | RSVP

Los Angeles Theatre
Insulted. Belarus(sia)
Begins Sept. 18. Rogue Machine Theatre is participating in a global reading for the rolling world premiere of Insulted. Belarus(sia) from Los Angeles. This seven-character play tells the story of the first month of the Balarusian revolution. Much of the dialogue has been taken directly from actual speeches and statements as the author tells of the tragic escalation of violence. 8 p.m. Free. roguemachinetheatre.net

CAP UCLA
CAP UCLA Free Digital Stage
Begins Sept. 17. Kick start the fall season with UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance—virtually! CAP UCLA programs will be streamed online for free with RSVP through the end of the year. These are new works commissioned by CAP UCLA and specifically created for its digital stage. Highlights include Complete Works: Table Top Shakespeare: At Home; the new literary series L.A. Omnibus; a piano sonata by Philip Glass; and The Tune In Festival. cap.ucla.edu

Los Angeles Opera
Living Room Recital
Sept. 17. Soprano Alaysha Fox, a member of the company’s young artist program, partners with pianist Brendon Shapiro for an all-American program of art songs by Amy Beach, H.T. Burleigh and Jake Heggie, along with show tunes by Jason Robert Brown and Stephen Sondheim. laopera.org/athome.

Gustavo Dudamel celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

LA Phil
Música Sin Fronteras (Music Without Borders)
Sept. 16.
Gustavo Dudamel hosts a series in partnership with KCET and PBS SoCal that celebrates the unique history and the cultural diversity of the Hollywood Bowl. “Música Sin Fronteras” is a celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month featuring Vin Scully, Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil, Carlos Vives, Café Tacvba, and Siudy Garrido Flamenco Dance Theater with the LA Phil and conducted by Paolo Bortolameolli. 9 p.m. on KCET.

Los Angeles Opera
Opera Happy Hour
Sept. 15. Join host Jeremy Frank at the piano as he explores how some of opera’s best loved tunes have entered today’s popular culture through cinema and animation. laopera.org/athome.

Mainly Mozart
Drive-In Concert Series
Sept. 10-13. It’s music to our ears. Mainly Mozart—the first major arts organization in the U.S. to perform classical music to a live audience (since the pandemic hit)—returns for a drive-in concert series at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Visit website for safety guidelines and tickets. 6-7:15 p.m. each night. 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Del Mar. mainlymozart.org

The Wallis
George Gershwin Alone
Sept. 13.
Hershey Felder in George Gershwin Alone will live stream at 5 p.m. from Florence, Italy. Music and Lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin, this musical tells the story of America’s great composer. As the only actor-musician to create the role of George Gershwin on the stage, and with over three-thousand performances, from California to Broadway to London’s West End, for the first time, Hershey Felder will bring George Gershwin to life on the stage of one of Europe’s oldest and most famous performing arts theatres. thewallis.org | Tickets

Easy Mornings at Grand Park

Grand Park
Easy Mornings
Sept. 12.
Each episode of Grand Park’s Easy Mornings features four main elements: morning meditations with Grand Park yoga instructor Courtney Seiberling; coloring workshops with GURL Museum Day and nature photography tips from Las Fotos Project; food truck demos with participating food trucks from Grand Park’s Lunch à la Park program; and performances or conversations with different artists and community members, ranging from landscape professionals to musicians, focusing on their relationships with Grand Park. grandparkla.org | YouTube | Facebook Live 

Sierra Madre Playhouse
The Joy Luck Club Zoom Reunion
Sept. 12.
Jump back into the world of Sierra Madre Playhouse’s 2019 box-office smash The Joy Luck Club, based on the hit novel by award-winning author Amy Tan. Now, for the first time ever, join the virtual cast reunion. Catch up with director Tim Dang and members of the cast, and ask them questions about the creation of this beloved hit production. 3:30 p.m. Free, reservations required; space is limited. sierramadreplayhouse.org

A Noise Within
Fridays @ FIVE
Sept. 11.
Director of Education and Community Outreach Alicia Green hosts a discussion with ANW’s Teaching Artists about the theatre’s one-of-a-kind performing arts education program. Discover how ANW has partnered with local teachers, schools and communities to connect local students to live theatre—and how they have transformed learning in the digital space. Free. anoisewithin.org | RSVP

LA Phil
Musicals and the Movies
Sept. 11.
Get a dose of your favorite musical with LA Phil artistic director Gustavo Dudamel as he hosts an award-winning line-up, including Kristin Chenoweth, Audra McDonald and Sutton Foster, to name a few. Free. 8 p.m. on PBS SoCal.

Impro Theatre
Friday Jam
Sept. 11.
Get your weekly dose of laughter every Friday with Impro Theatre’s Friday Jam. Hosted by Paul Rogan, Friday Jam is 45 minutes of completely improvised set of scenes by a talented group of improvisers from the Impro performing arts community. Free. improtheatre.com

Pacific Symphony
Virtual Tchaikovsky Spectacular
Sept. 10.
No summer would be complete without Pacific Symphony performing Tchaikovsky’s thrilling “1812” overture, complete with live cannons and brilliant fireworks. Plus, enjoy Borodin’s “Polovtsian Dances” and the “Procession of the Nobles” by Rimsky-Korsakov. Eileen Jeanette, Pacific Symphony’s senior vice-president of artistic planning, opens the concert with an interview with Principal Trumpet Barry Perkins. Free. pacificsymphony.org

Sal Lopez in La Olla at Latino Theater Company

Latino Theater Company
La Olla
Through Sept. 10.
An archival video presentation of the Latino Theater Company’s 2016 production. A bit player in a shady 1950s L.A. nightclub finds a pot full of cash in this adaptation, by Evelina Fernández, of the Roman comedy, The Pot of Gold by Plautus. Inspired by the Rumberas films of the golden age of Mexican Cinema, the LTC incorporates its distinctive style of comedy, music, dance and imagery to explore one of the most basic aspects of human behavior: greed. Free. thelatc.org | Watch

The Music Center
Spotlight Virtual Grand Finale
Sept. 9.
KCET introduces the 32nd annual Music Center Spotlight Virtual Grand Finale as part of its weekly performing arts and culture series, Southland Sessions. The Music Center’s Spotlight Virtual Grand Finale broadcast on KCET and PBS SoCal features Tony Award winner and Spotlight alum Lindsay Mendez as host, along with performances by each grand prize finalist, an inside look at each finalist’s Spotlight experience and messages from notable Spotlight alumni including Misty Copeland, Josh Groban, Matthew Rushing and Melinda Sullivan. Free. KCET

LA Phil
Musicals and the Movies
Sept. 9.
Get a dose of your favorite musical with LA Phil artistic director Gustavo Dudamel as he hosts an award-winning line-up, including Kristin Chenoweth, Audra McDonald and Sutton Foster, to name a few. Free. Sept. 9 p.m. on KCET

Photo credits: John Lewis courtesy Magnolia Pictures. Sal Lopez in “La Olla” by Grettel Cortes. Latin History for Morons courtesy Ahmanson Theatre by Matthew Murphy. All other images are courtesy of the venues.

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