Making History: Behind the Scenes with Hamilton Star Michael Luwoye

By Suzanne Ennis, Where Los Angeles magazine Growing up in Huntsville, Alabama, Michael Luwoye didn’t aspire to a performing-arts career. “For a long time, I didn’t feel like I fit into what theater people do—I didn’t have the temperament. I’m not a very extroverted person,” he explains. So it’s delightfully ironic that he made his Broadway debut in […]

Top Los Angeles Things to Do in October

From Halloween frights and festivals galore—find the best Los Angeles things to do in October. Edited by Christina Xenos. Modern Artisan Marketplace Sept. 30-Oct. 1. Shop the pop-up experience that highlights a curated collection of emerging artisans and inspiring brands. In addition to shopping, the event features workshops and interactive experiences for guests of all […]

Top Los Angeles Things to Do in September

From the Getty’s ambitious Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA to music and wine festivals celebrating the last days of summer, here are 50+ Los Angeles things to do in September. Edited by Christina Wiese. LA County Fair Sept. 1-24. The Fairplex in Pomona transforms this September to bring you all things country living. Cheer on a […]

Top Performances and Plays in Los Angeles this September

Check out the best performances and plays in Los Angeles this month. Edited by Christina Wiese. John Williams: Maestro of Movies Sept. 1-3. Legendary music composer John Williams (Jaws, Star Wars series, the first three Harry Potter films) returns to the Hollywood Bowl to conduct an evening of cinematic magic under the stars. David Newman […]

Top Performances and Plays in Los Angeles this August

Check out the best performances and plays in Los Angeles this month. Edited by Christina Wiese. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Aug. 2-Sept. 10. Award-winning playwright Simon Stephens’ The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, based on Mark Haddon’s best-selling novel of the same name, follows brilliant but socially […]