Long Beach movie
Entangled Entertainment in partnership with One Take Films is pleased to announce a special screening of their latest drama, “Ditch Party”, at the AMC Marina Pacifica 12 on Pacific Coast Highway in Long Beach on Thursday, August 20 at 8:30 pm.
Long before Elsa sang “Let It Go”, a little mermaid named Ariel dreamed about being “A Part of Your World”. For many young women, she was the first Disney princess to capture their hearts and imagination. They remember watching the movie over and over until the VHS tape wore out.
Sustainable Long Beach presents a free screening of the award-winning documentary Growing Cities on November 12 from 5 – 8 PM at the Main Library (100 Pacific Ave).
“Growing Cities” examines how cities across the United States are taking food security into their own hands, using innovative approaches to grow food in urban and industrial environments.
The 39 Steps, a suspenseful-romantic-comedy, based on the 1935 movie by Alfred Hitchcock, opens the Mainstage Season on Saturday, Sept. 27. Four actors play over 100 characters in this Tony-winner that kept Broadway rollicking for the past three years.
The CSULB Theatre Arts Department’s University Players open the 2014-2015 season with Merrily We Roll Along, with book by George Furth and music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, running October 3rd through 12th in the Studio Theatre.
Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal invites residents to join the Department of Parks, Recreation & Marine, the Promenade Area Residents Association and Council District 2 for a playground planning workshop to discuss the location, size and elements of a small children’s playground space in Promenade Square Park in Downtown Long Beach.
Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine and the Long Beach Convention and Visitor’s Bureau are teaming up for the fifth year in a row to offer www.100daysofsummer.org, a searchable calendar of free concerts & movies, Long Beach Sea Festival events, El Dorado Nature Center & historic site events, and ideas for spontaneous fun like hiking, biking, golf, tennis, swimming, and youth and teen programs.
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.
To keep the momentum going, half way through the summer on July 19, join us for a free screening of “42 – The True Story of an American Legend” (Pg 13) at Blair Field, 4700 Deukmejian Dr in Recreation Park.
Steppenwolf Classes West will offer a month long summer intensive for professional and soon to be professional actors, hosted by California State University Long Beach’s Theatre Arts Department and department chair Anne D’Zmura.