If all goes as planned on Saturday, there will be dancing in the streets. The joyous mobile performance is part of the project "Visibility: Self Reflections," organized by Dance Camera West.

Just a week after the ý City Ballet took to its stage for a recital, the Fox Theater is busy again selling tickets for two big traveling dance performances later this year.

As Women's History Month comes to a close, what better way to celebrate than by celebrating the work of talented female photographers? An extensive photography exhibition is just one of the exciting highlights of Thursday's Art After Dark event at the ý Museum of Art.

By the time CSUB's Theatre for Young Audiences troupe presented the last of dozens of performances of the heartwarming play "Carmela Full of Wishes" in December, they had reached scores of children on a triumphant tour of local schools and were ready to take what they thought were their fina…

Movie trailers these days often give away the surprises before the first showing. In the theater world, it's usually a case of people reading a review or synopsis.

While there has been plenty of talk recently about revitalizing Old Town Kern with an ambitious plan for the Sumner Street train depot, an artistic live wire is energizing the area just a mile away.

It's back to classic melodrama for Gaslight's first show of the new year. Based on the response to last year's "Rustlers of Rio Bravo," the theater returns to the tale of the nefarious Black Bart Bushwacker in "Rustler of Rio Bravo's Revenge."

It’s a tale as old as time, a song as old as ... well, 1991. That’s when the animated film “Beauty and the Beast” left an indelible mark on the hearts of Disney lovers. More wonder was in store in 1994 when the stage musical hit Broadway. Now the great storybook romance heads to the Stars st…

While every theater puts up a show during the holiday season, there's no requirement that it fit a theme. Just like some of its colleagues, ý Community Theatre opted for a lively show without any tinsel.

A far cry from starry-eyed misfit elf/would-be dentist Hermey, director Jarred Clowes rarely chooses all-ages shows. So how did he end up in charge of "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical," Ovation Theatre's chipper holiday offering opening Friday?

This is the time of year for Spotify Wrapped and Apple Music Replay lists. For director Jeremiah Heitman, his list might include the soundtrack to "The Lightning Thief."

On Dec. 15 and 16, RAM founders Rachel and Henry Wainwright will present Art Market, a hybrid exhibition and pop-up market. The duo put out the call to artists to take part in the brand-new event.

When Christmas is in danger and Santa needs some help, where will he turn? This holiday season, it's the Gaslight Melodrama, which will jump to the rescue this weekend with its Gaslight Holiday Extravaganza.

The rain, then a power washer, may have wiped away the chalk masterpieces of this weekend's Via Arte but nothing can erase them from the hearts of those who experienced their beauty.

It is a different type of mean girl who populates the world of "Our Dear Dead Drug Lord,” which opens this weekend at Stars Playhouse. The fraught world of teenage friendships is infused with Santeria and secrets for a bold theatrical offering.

Return to Spain’s Golden Age with the recently translated play "The Courage to Right a Woman's Wrongs," being performed this week at Cal State ý's Dore Theatre.