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The Long Beach Shakespeare Company will broadcast an old-time radio show double-feature of Sherlock Holmes mysteries live from the the Richard Goad Theatre January 18-20.
To begin its exciting year for 2012, the Long Beach Shakespeare Company is proud to present William Shakespeare’s greatest romantic tragedy.
Romeo and Juliet
“Here’s much to do with hate, but more with love.”
–Romeo and Juliet, Act 1, Scene 1
Uncontrolled passions destroy the lives of children and parents, lovers and fighters in this timeless story of love and death.
On Saturday, October 29, 2011 The HSLB proudly presents its 16th annual historical tour of the two oldest cemeteries in the city, Long Beach Municipal & Sunnyside Cemeteries.
The War of the Worlds, written by H.G. Wells as conceived by Orson Welles / Adapted by Howard W. Kochreturns to incite Long Beach audiences Halloween weekend.
First Fridays on June 3 will get us all in the pre-summer mood with an overflowing plate of fun from the dessert buffet. The district continues to bring the monthly programming of untraditional fun, hijinx, and plenty of “the unexpected.”
Ingredients for the night include: Mobile art stations, 80s dance music, DJs, spoken word, jazz, improv comedy, Timstrument, community drawing, tarot cards, drag queens, face painting, First Books, antiques, piano man, Big Red Bus, and the Knolls Ranger.
Friends of Bixby Park will host a dinner and silent auction on Thursday, February 10th, 2011 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Museum of Latin American Art , located at 628 Alamitos Ave in Long Beach .
The Long Beach Shakespeare Company is holding an open casting call for a production of A Christmas Carol.
The Company is seeking child actors. No appointment is necessary, audition dates and times are listed below.
The Long Beach Shakespeare Company’s Shakespeare for Kids and Children’s Popcorn Theatre are pleased to announce that they will be returning to Bixby Park Bandshell this August to perform two FREE theater productions for children: “Twelfth Night” and “The True Story of Jack & the Beanstalk,” respectively.
Film, dance, acting, or singing, if your child yearns for the spotlight then camp can be their ticket to a summer of fame.
Whether drama or dancing, summer camp for the performing arts are often filled with the magic of theater and professional instructors that offer children real-world experience about “the business.”
Several teen and youth summer programs promise students in Long Beach a chance to express their creativity this summer.
This weekend, May 7-9, Long Beach Shakespeare Company presents classic tale of Treasure Island at the Expo Building.
LBSC’s version of Treasure Island has the villainous Long John Silver enlisting the aid of female pirates to help him get to “Treasure Island” and the infamous chest of gold buried there.