Long Beach dance
The Long Beach Dance Academy was designed to give inner-city youth in Long Beach and surrounding cities the opportunity to explore art through performance and movement.
As visual and street art in Long Beach takes center stage, performing arts among Long Beach’s inner city youth will not be left behind thanks to the dedication of Long Beach choreographer Krystle Braxton.
On Thursday, October 2, The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor unleashed a spectacle of new haunted spirits, mazes and attractions that landed the annual festival on the Travel Channel’s list of the top ten haunts in the world. Nightly Dark Harbor attracts thousands of brave thrill seekers and continues to experience record-breaking attendance growth annually making it the fastest growing haunt in Southern California.
EverythingLongBeach.com recently spoke with Karen Reside, Space Manager of Cultural Alliance of Long Beach, via email. They talked about the inspirations and challenges of running a nonprofit organization in Long Beach.
Artist Jocelyn Foye, known for her dynamic performance-based works, will present a spectacular dance and music project as part of the Arts Council for Long Beach’s A LOT Initiative. For this project, Field Dance & The Crane, Jocelyn will transform amateur dancers into complex, choreographed forms.
The Long Beach Playhouse will curate a portion of the A LOT North Lot, Oct. 19. A LOT is a city-wide initiative presented by the ACLB in collaboration with the City of Long Beach. Each FREE A LOT event presents a variety of genres of performance in vacant lots, activating the spaces with art, culture, and even food for the community to enjoy!
For the first time in many years, the Royal Ballet of Cambodia returns to the Carpenter Performing Arts Center at CSULB with a program entitled “The Stars of the Royal Ballet of Cambodia.” The October 18, 8 p.m. performance will feature an intimate ensemble of the best dancers and musicians in the centuries-old tradition of Khmer Classical Dance.
This week, the St. Mary’s High School “Saints” from Calgary, Alberta, Canada are coming to Long Beach to face off with St. Anthony High School’s “Saints” in the tenth rendition of their rivalry, competing in football, volleyball, and soccer.
USA Today has called Long Beach the most diverse city in the United States. COLOR ME LONG BEACH: A Multicultural Urban Arts and Video Experience, offers the community an opportunity to experience that diversity in a celebration of multicultural urban arts and video representing the many communities that call Long Beach home.
Christian Outreach in Action (COA) is pleased to announce the date of our 13th annual fundraiser. Please join us on Friday, September 19, 2014 at 6:00pm for “Waves of Change – 2014”. This year’s event will be held at the beautiful Long Beach Marriott and features a hosted wine and hors d’oeuvres reception, with a silent auction, followed by music, dinner and a live auction.
An original musical adaptation of Margery Williams’ classic children’s story, The Velveteen Rabbit, is being produced by The Children’s Theatre of Long Beach. With roles open for performers and actors of all ages, the Children’s Theatre of Long Beach mainstage shows are terrific opportunities for families and friends to work together to tell great and meaningful stories.