Aug 282014

After nine years, the fairytale romance of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt culminated in a long anticipated wedding. The setting was Chateau Miraval in France. The ceremony took place on Saturday August 23rd 2014. All six of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s children participated in the wedding ceremony. The wedding was an intimate affair attended by family and friends of the couple.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt Got Married

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt Got Married! (The photo is believed to be public domain and is published with no intent of disrespecting anyone’s rights, including possibly copyrights.)

The sparks between Angelina Jolie and – then married – Brad Pitt flew when they costarred in “Mr And Mrs Smith” in 2005. Apparently, the sparks evolved into a fire with a staying power as the pair’s romance remained strong in a relationship which included elements of a fairytale as well as Angelina’s preventive mastectomy.

So, as Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt Got Married, says congratulations to the newlyweds! We’ve been following your love story from the sidelines and it affirmed our belief that a fairytale can come true. Many blessings to you and your family!

Aug 282014

Mark Taper Forum Calendar Of Events November And December 2014:
“What the Butler Saw” at the Mark Taper Forum Nov. and Dec. 2014

November – December 2014

Paxton Whitehead

Paxton Whitehead, who will appear in “What the Butler Saw” at the Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum November 12 – December 21, 2014. Written by Joe Orton, “What the Butler Saw” will be directed by John Tillinger. For tickets and information, please visit or call (213) 628-2772.


“What the Butler Saw” by Joe Orton
Directed by John Tillinger
With Paxton Whitehead

Set in the consulting room of a private psychiatric clinic, the action begins when the very proper Dr. Prentice is interrupted by his wife just as he is about to seduce a beautiful, young woman who is applying for a job as a secretary. As his botched efforts to conceal his actions spiral outrageously out of control, Orton ferociously skewers psychiatry, religion, marriage, morality, government and definitions of gender.

Previews begin November 12, 2014. Opens November 23. Continues through December 21, 2014.
Previews (November 12 –22): Tuesday through Saturday at 8 p.m.; Sunday 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Exceptions: Added 2:30 p.m. matinee performance on Saturday, November 22.
Opens Sunday, November 23 at 7 p.m.
Regular Performances (November 25 – December 21, 2014): Tuesday through Friday at 8 p.m.; Saturday at 2:30 p.m. and 8 p.m.; Sunday at 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Exceptions: No performance Thursday, November 27.

Aug 282014


Screening Event Headlines September Slate of Programs

Special Events For Classic Movies Fans in Los Angeles

Academy presents: Special Events For Classic Movies Fans in Los Angeles

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will present a 40th anniversary screening of “Young Frankenstein” with special guests Mel Brooks, Cloris Leachman, Teri Garr and executive producer Michael Gruskoff on Tuesday, September 9, at 7:30 p.m. at the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. Film historian Leonard Maltin will introduce the comedy classic and host a live onstage discussion with Brooks, Leachman, Garr and Gruskoff.

“Young Frankenstein,” Brooks’s 1974 homage to the Golden Age of monster movies, features a large ensemble cast including Leachman, Garr, Gene Wilder, Peter Boyle, Marty Feldman, Madeline Kahn, Kenneth Mars and Gene Hackman. It earned Oscar® nominations for Adapted Screenplay (Wilder, Brooks) and Sound (Richard Portman, Gene Cantamessa).

Additional Academy events coming up in September at the Bing Theater in Los Angeles are listed below, with details at

“Let There Be Fright: William Castle Scare Classics”
The Academy pays a centennial tribute to William Castle, one of the most popular and prolific filmmakers in fantastic cinema, with double features, ghoulish giveaways and frightful freebies every Friday in September.

September 5, 7:30 p.m. “The Tingler”
September 5, 9 p.m. “Hollywood Story”
September 12, 7:30 p.m. “House on Haunted Hill”
September 12, 9 p.m. “13 Ghosts”
September 19, 7:30 p.m. “Mr. Sardonicus”
September 19, 9:10 p.m. “The Night Walker”
September 26, 7:30 p.m. “Strait-Jacket”
September 26, 9:15 p.m. “Homicidal”

“Why Be Good?”
September 6, 7:30 p.m.
The Academy presents the U.S. restoration premiere of Colleen Moore’s final silent film, in which she plays a wild flapper with a dubious reputation who finds herself romantically linked with her boss’s son. “Why Be Good?” features a Vitaphone soundtrack with sound effects, hot jazz and Twenties dance music.

“Animation Masters: John Canemaker Celebrates Winsor McCay and Walt Disney”
September 13
In this three-part presentation, animation historian and Oscar-winning animation director John Canemaker examines some of the art form’s most remarkable early achievements.

Gertie the Dinosaur and the Birth of Personality Animation – 6 p.m.
Long before any princesses wandered across the screen, animation’s first female personality was spunky Gertie the Dinosaur, who celebrates her 100th birthday this year. Canemaker hosts a salute to Gertie and her creator, the prolific comic strip artist and animation pioneer Winsor McCay.

The Lost Notebook: Herman Schultheis and the Secrets of Walt Disney’s Movie Magic – 7:30 p.m.
Canemaker, who is the author of The Lost Notebook: Herman Schultheis and the Secrets of Walt Disney’s Movie Magic, explores the fascinating mechanical and optical processes that enabled the Disney artists to delight the eye with dancing snowflakes, erupting volcanoes and other visual treats, described in a recently discovered notebook by photographer and effects specialist Schultheis.

“Fantasia” – 8:45 p.m.
Walt Disney took one of his boldest gambles with this dazzling 1940 feature, for which his top animators scaled the heights of imagination to provide visuals for some of the most beloved pieces of classical music, conducted by maestro Leopold Stokowski. The film’s many highlights include Mickey Mouse starring in “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” and the haunting imagery of “Night on Bald Mountain.”

“The Color of Pomegranates (Sayat Nova)”
September 20, 7:30 p.m.
The Academy presents a new digital restoration of artist, poet and groundbreaking filmmaker Sergei Parajanov’s1968 masterpiece, a kaleidoscopic biography of the 18th century Armenian troubadour Sayat Nova.

“Two Sides of George Stevens”
September 27
As part of the Academy’s long-standing George Stevens Lecture series on directing, “Two Sides” juxtaposes two romantic dramas from cinematographer-turned-director George Stevens. Both films in the series are new restorations by the Academy Film Archive.

“Laddie” – 5 p.m.
Eight years before receiving his first Oscar nomination for “The More the Merrier,” Stevens directed this 1935 black-and-white feature based on Gene Stratton-Porter’s novel. This rarely seen film will screen from a newly restored print.

“A Place in the Sun” – 7:30 p.m.
Academy Award®-nominated screenwriter Richard LaGravenese will introduce this classic, based on Theodore Dreiser’s 1925 novel An American Tragedy. Starring Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor, “A Place in the Sun” earned six Oscars®, including Stevens’s first for Directing.

Tyrone Power Centennial
The Academy celebrates the centennial of one of Hollywood’s most handsome and charismatic stars of the Golden Age, Tyrone Power, with matinee screenings of some of his most beloved films.

September 2, 1 p.m. “Marie Antoinette”
September 9, 1 p.m. “The Mark of Zorro”
September 16, 1 p.m. “The Black Swan”
September 23, 1 p.m. “The Razor’s Edge”
September 30, 1 p.m. “Nightmare Alley”

For more information, call (310) 247-3600 or visit


Aug 172014

Featuring Lois Smith, Lisa Emery, Jeff Ward, Frank Wood

World Premiere September 10 – October 19, 2014

"(L to R):  Jeff Ward, Lois Smith, Lisa Emery and Frank Wood on the first day of rehearsal for “Marjorie Prime” by Jordan Harrison. Directed by Les Waters, “Marjorie Prime” will have its world premiere at the Center Theatre Group / Mark Taper Forum September 10 through October 19, 2014.

“(L to R): Jeff Ward, Lois Smith, Lisa Emery and Frank Wood on the first day of rehearsal for “Marjorie Prime” by Jordan Harrison. Directed by Les Waters, “Marjorie Prime” will have its world premiere at the Center Theatre Group / Mark Taper Forum September 10 through October 19, 2014.

Rehearsals have begun for the world premiere of Jordan Harrison’s haunting drama “Marjorie Prime,” which begins previews September 10, 2014, at the Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum. Directed by Obie Award-winner Les Waters, the profound and engaging new play opens September 21. Performances continue through October 19, 2014.
The cast of “Marjorie Prime” features Lois Smith (in the title role), Lisa Emery, Jeff Ward and Frank Wood.

Set design for “Marjorie Prime” is by Mimi Lien, costume design by Ilona Somogyi, lighting design by Lap Chi Chu, sound design by Adam Phalen and casting is by Mark B. Simon, CSA. The production stage manager is David S. Franklin.

“Marjorie Prime” asks exquisite questions about the difference between a life lived and a life remembered. Marjorie (Lois Smith) is a clever, wry woman who, at age 85, finds that her memory is failing. She is living out her days at an assisted living facility where she is frequently visited by her anxious, quick-witted daughter, Tess (Lisa Emery), and her kind, easygoing son-in-law, Jon (Frank Wood). With the urging of Jon and the facility and despite Tess’ misgivings, a mysterious young man, Walter (Jeff Ward), joins the group with the hope that he can help reverse Marjorie’s decline. Through an ingenious series of shifting realities, Walter’s nature is revealed, and the family’s memories gently unfold into a cathartic meditation on life and loss, and the desire to keep our dearly departed with us.

Jordan Harrison’s plays include “Maple and Vine,” “Futura,” “Doris to Darlene,” “Amazons and their Men,” “Act a Lady,” “Finn in the Underworld,” “Kid-Simple,” “The Museum Play,” and “Suprema,” a musical. His work has been produced at Actors Theatre of Louisville, American Conservatory Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, City Theatre, Clubbed Thumb, Minetta Lane Theatre, Playwrights Horizons, Portland Center Stage and The Theatre @ Boston Court, among others. His children’s musical, “The Flea and the Professor,” premiered at the Arden Theatre and won the 2011 Barrymore Award for Best Production. Jordan is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Hodder Fellowship, the Kesselring Prize, a Theater Masters’ Innovative Playwright Award, the Roe Green Award from Cleveland Play House (for “Marjorie Prime”), the Heideman Award, the Loewe Award for Musical Theater, and a NEA/TCG Playwright-in-Residence Grant. A graduate of the Brown MFA program, Jordan is an alumnus of New Dramatists.
Obie Award-winning director and Artistic Director of Actors Theatre of Louisville Les Waters previously directed the world premieres of two Jordan Harrison plays, “Doris to Darlene” at Playwrights Horizons and “Finn in the Underworld” at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. Waters co-directed the American premiere of “Our Country’s Good” at the Taper and, from 2003 to 2011, he served as Associate Artistic Director at Berkeley Rep. In the last 10 years, his shows have ranked among the year’s best in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Time Out New York, Time Magazine and USA Today. His productions have been seen in New York at The Public Theater, Second Stage, Manhattan Theatre Club, Connelly Theater and Clubbed Thumb, and regionally at theatres such as Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Goodman Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre, American Conservatory Theater, La Jolla Playhouse and American Repertory Theatre. In 2009, he made his Broadway debut with “In the Next Room or the vibrator play.” He led the MFA directing program at University of California, San Diego from 1995 to 2003.

Lois Smith most recently appeared in Horton Foote’s “The Old Friends” and Sam Shepard’s “Heartless” at the Signature Theatre as well as Amy Herzog’s “After the Revolution” at Playwrights Horizons. She also appeared at the Signature in Tony Kushner’s “The Illusion,” and Horton Foote’s “The Trip to Bountiful.” She won many awards for “The Trip to Bountiful,” both in New York and later when it moved to the Goodman Theatre in Chicago. Other favorite stage roles include two for which she received Tony Award nominations: “The Grapes of Wrath” and “Buried Child.” These productions originated at the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, where Smith is a member, and moved to Broadway. Her first film was “East of Eden,” followed by many others including “Five Easy Pieces,” “Minority Report,” “How to Make an American Quilt,” “Four Friends” and “Please Give.” Her many television appearances include the recent 13-episode drama “Ruth and Erica” on YouTube.

Lisa Emery has appeared on Broadway in “Relatively Speaking,” “The Smell of the Kill,” “The Women,” “Present Laughter,” “Jackie,” “Rumors” and “Burn This.” Her off-Broadway credits include “Distracted” (Lucille Lortel nomination) and “The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin” at Roundabout; “A Kind of Alaska” (Drama Desk nomination) and “Gabriel” at ATC; “Mouth to Mouth,” “What the Butler Saw” and “Abigail’s Party” (Lortel and Drama Desk nominations); “Curtains” (Obie for Ensemble) at the New Group; “Iron” (Obie Award) and “Casa Valentina” at MTC; “Dinner With Friends” (Variety Arts); and “Marvin’s Room” (Drama Desk nomination) at Playwrights Horizons. Film includes “Admission,” “The Night Listener,” “Roger Dodger” and “Unfaithful,” and television includes “Law & Order,” “Louise,” “Fringe” and “Damages.”

Jeff Ward recently made his Broadway debut understudying Ben Foster in Daniel Sullivan’s production of “Orphans” starring Alec Baldwin. Other New York Theatre credits include “The Chimes” for The Public Theater, as well as “THAT FACE” at Manhattan Theatre Club and “Moments (directed by Moisés Kaufman), “Sex Good; Money Bad” (with Michael Weller), “Richard III,” “Galileo,” “The Pillowman” and “Loves Labors Lost.” He wrote and performed “this is ourselves,” which he work-shopped with Sam Shepard. His television and film credits include “Beautiful People” (directed by Stephen Hopkins), “The Beauty Inside” (directed by Drake Doremus), “Heavenly” (directed by Mimi Leder) and “Law & Order,” “Body of Proof,” “Holly’s Holiday,” “Vamperifica” and “Next Time on Lonny.” He also produced and starred in the short film “The Girlfriend Game.”

Frank Wood won the Tony Award and the Drama League Award for “Sideman.” He was seen at the Mark Taper Forum and on Broadway in “Clybourne Park,” and he played Roy Cohn in the Signature Theatre’s revival of “Angels in America.” His other Broadway credits include “August: Osage County,” “Born Yesterday” and “Hollywood Arms,” and he appeared off-Broadway at the Atlantic Theater Company, Soho Rep and Minetta Lane Theatre. His films include “Changeling,” “The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3,” “Dan in Real Life,” “Thirteen Days,” “Potluck,” “People I Know,” “In America,” “Down to You,” “Royal Tenenbaums,” “Greetings from Tim Buckley” and “The Missing Person.” Television includes “The Newsroom,” “The Good Wife,” “Modern Family,” “Blue Bloods,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Sopranos” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.”

Tickets for “Marjorie Prime” are available by calling (213) 628-2772 or visiting Tickets range from $25 – $70 (ticket prices are subject to change). The Mark Taper Forum is located at the Music Center, 135 N. Grand Avenue in Downtown L.A. 90012.

Aug 122014

Robin Williams has diedBeloved actor, Academy Award winner, good friend. A husband and father. World famous comedian. Robin Williams had the last laugh, today…. He – apparently – committed suicide and left us shocked and flabbergasted. How could someone so accomplished, successful and – by all accounts – much loved lose the will to live?!

We all know Robin Williams’ public persona and his successful career which begun with the role of Mork on TV’s Happy Days (1978-1979) and took off on Mork & Mindy (1978-1982). Robin Williams’ transition from television to the Big Screen seemed effortless and the smashing triumph of Good Morning Vietnam (1988) affirmed his status as a film actor. In 1989 Williams regaled us with Dead Poets Society. 1993 brought us Mrs. Doubtfire. 1997 Good Will Hunting. 1998 Patch Adams….

Robin Williams was hard at work and his schedule was always filled. Television’s “The Crazy Ones” didn’t fulfill its promise but just last summer Robin portrayed Dwight Eisenhower in “Lee Daniels’ The Butler”. In the upcoming “Night At the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” (scheduled for release this coming holiday season) Robin Williams reprised his role as Teddy Roosevelt… We’ll see him also in another film which he’s completed, “Merry Friggin’ Christmas,” which is planned for release in November.

Robin Williams has proven himself as a serious actor as well as one of the world’s most brilliant comedians. He received nearly every award of the entertainment industry. His work earned him four Golden Globes, five Grammys, two Emmys and two SAG Awards.
With three Oscar nominations for his performances in Good Morning Vietnam, The Fisher King and Dead Poets Society, Robin Williams received the prestigious Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Good Will Hunting in 1998.

Family, friends, entertainment industry insiders and yes, fans are all equally stunned. Everybody, including the President of the United States, expressed their high regard for Robin Williams the artist and the man. Robin Williams wasn’t “only” a comedic genius but also a survivor: he overcame substance addiction and survived a major heart surgery… He had the priceless ability to laugh at life and at himself. What has so suddenly and tragically broken his spirit?

His last laugh is on us. Robin Williams’ larger than life presence will be missed. Williams’ artistic legacy is a part of our lives and will continue to entertain millions for years to come. It’s impossible to comprehend at least right now, the reasons behind his tragic decision to end it all. Robin Williams was full of life and light; somehow it feels as we were left in total darkness. There will be one more star in the sky tonight but we won’t be smiling…

Aug 092014


19 Entertainment and dick clark productions Announce Tickets Go On Sale
Beginning Friday, August 15

So You Think You Can Dance

SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, the 11-time Primetime Emmy® Award-winning show that sparked America’s fascination with dance, is set to captivate audiences again this fall – live on tour – with more stops than ever before. Celebrating its momentous 11th season, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’s Top 10 finalists will make their way across North America, performing in more than 70 cities, as part of the SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE TOUR 2014. The Season 11 tour lineup includes the following Top 10 finalists: Bridget Whitman, Casey Askew, Emilio Dosal, Jacque LeWarne, Jessica Richens, Ricky Ubeda, Rudy Abreu, Tanisha Belnap, Valerie Rockey and Zack Everhart. SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE airs Wednesdays (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) on FOX.

The tour kicks off on Wednesday, Oct. 1, at the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans and crosses the United States and Canada with more than 70 stops. The first leg of the tour will finish up on Friday, Dec. 19, at the Maverick Center in West Valley City, UT. The dancers will return for the second leg of the tour, starting at the Rabobank Theatre in Bakersfield, CA, on Thursday, Jan. 22.

The official tour routing is available on Fans can sign up for the Newsletter to find out how they can get early access to tickets. Tickets go on sale to the public beginning Friday, Aug. 15. Visit for more information.

Fall’s hottest ticket will feature this season’s most popular routines, as well as original pieces created specifically for the nationwide tour. 19 Entertainment and dick clark productions will present audiences around the country with the opportunity to experience the action brought into their living rooms each week on the beloved summer series, with a variety of sizzling, one-of-a-kind dance routines they have come to expect from their favorite dancers.

SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE recently received seven 2014 Primetime Emmy® Award nominations, including Outstanding Reality-Competition Program and Outstanding Host In A Reality or Reality-Competition Program (Cat Deeley), in addition to Outstanding Choreography nominations. SYTYCD’s outstanding costume team of Marina Toybina and Grainne O’Sullivan also won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Costumes for a Variety Program.

“I am thrilled with the spectacular, fresh talent we have discovered this season. I believe these dancers have inspired the choreographers to create remarkable dance numbers each week. I am excited for your favorite dancers to bring their inspiration and routines to even more cities throughout the nation on this year’s tour,” stated Nigel Lythgoe, judge, executive producer and co-creator of the hit FOX series.


Check local venues for more information. Tickets are subject to applicable service charges. Event time and dates subject to change. Log on to for full list of dates and links.

Tickets on sale starting August 15:
for 1/22/15 performance in Bakersfield, CA (Rabobank Theatre)
and 1/28/15 performance in Los Angeles, CA (Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE)

Tickets on sale starting August 22:
for 1/26/15 in San Diego, CA (Copley Symphony Hall)
1/29/15 in San Jose, CA (City National Civic)
and 1/31/15 Santa Rosa, CA (Wells Fargo Center for the Arts)

About So You Think You Can Dance
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE was created by Simon Fuller and Nigel Lythgoe and is from 19 Entertainment, a division of CORE Media Group, and dick clark productions. The series is executive-produced by Fuller, Lythgoe; Allen Shapiro, CEO of dick clark productions; Barry Adelman, Executive Vice President of dick clark productions; James Breen and Jeff Thacker. Visit the official SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE site at to view exclusive videos, photos and contestant profiles. “Like” SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE on Facebook at Follow the series on Twitter @DANCEonFOX and join the discussion using #sytycd. Follow host Cat Deeley at @catdeeley, and follow the judges Nigel Lythgoe @dizzyfeet and Mary Murphy @hottamaletrain.

About 19 Entertainment/CORE Media Group
19 Entertainment is a division of CORE Media Group. Home to legendary icons like Elvis Presley and Muhammad Ali to enduring properties of the future like American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance, CORE Media Group, Inc. was launched in May, 2012, as a newly-branded version of the company formerly known as CKx. CORE Media Group’s portfolio of world-class brands and properties reaches across virtually every aspect of the entertainment industry. The company boasts an extraordinary base of existing assets and an infrastructure that makes it uniquely suited to exploit its intellectual property across all revenue streams, including licensing, merchandising and integrated marketing. CORE Media Group is ideally situated to grow the assets it has, and cultivate new ones, as a platform agnostic producer and owner of content. The company was acquired by affiliates of Apollo Global Management, LLC, in 2011, and is located in New York City, with additional offices in Los Angeles and Memphis, Tenn. For more information about CORE Media Group, Inc., visit

About dick clark productions
dick clark productions (dcp) is among the world’s largest producers and proprietors of televised live event programming. dcp produces perennial hits such as the “American Music Awards,” “Golden Globe Awards,” “Academy of Country Music Awards,” “Billboard Music Awards,” and “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest.” Weekly television programming, includes “So You Think You Can Dance” from 19 Entertainment, a division of CORE Media Group, and dick clark productions; as well as “Rising Star” and the upcoming “Boom!” from Keshet DCP, the joint venture between Keshet International (KI), the global distribution and production arm of Keshet Media Group, and DC Media, the parent company of dick clark productions (dcp). In 2014, dcp will debut the “American Country Countdown Awards” (FOX), “Hollywood Film Awards (CBS) and “The PEOPLE MAGAZINE Awards” (NBC). dcp also owns one of the world’s most unique and extensive entertainment archive libraries with more than 55 years of dcp’s award-winning shows, historic programs, specials, performances, and legendary programming. For additional information, visit

Aug 092014
The Trip To Bountiful

EVENT: Cicely Tyson, Vanessa Williams and Blair Underwood in
“The Trip to Bountiful” by Horton Foote
Directed by Michael Wilson.

DESCRIPTION: “The Trip to Bountiful” tells the story of Mother Watts’ (played by Cicely Tyson). She is an elderly woman forced to live with her overprotective son (Blair Underwood) and domineering daughter-in-law (Vanessa Williams). Her dream is to return for one last time to her small hometown in Bountiful, Texas. Her journey becomes a heartbreaking but ultimately life-affirming and inspiring tale that examines the fragility of memory and celebrates the enduring power of hope, faith and family.

DATES/TIMES: Previews Begin September 17. Opens September 26. Continues through November 2, 2014
Previews: (September 17 – 25).
Tuesday through Friday at 8 p.m.; Saturday at 2 and 8 p.m.; Sunday at 1 p.m.
Opens September 26 at 8 p.m.
Regular Performances (September 27 – November 2):
Tuesday through Friday at 8 p.m.; Saturday at 2 and 8 p.m.; Sunday at 1 p.m. No Monday performances.
Exceptions: Added 6:30 p.m. performances on Sunday, October 5 and 19; Added 2 p.m. performance on Thursday, October 30; No 1 p.m. performance on Sunday, October 5 and 19. No 8 p.m. performance on Tuesday, October 28.

The Trip To Bountiful Stars

The Trip to Bountiful Starring Cicely Tyson, Vanessa Williams and Blair Underwood

TICKET INFO: Ticket Prices: $25-115 (Ticket prices are subject to change.)
Tickets are available by calling Center Theatre Group Audience Services at (213) 972-4400, in person at the Center Theatre Group box office or online at Hot Tix: $25 each may be purchased in advance by phone or, subject to availability, on the day of performance at the box office (no checks). Groups: (213) 972-7231. Deaf community: Information & charge, TDD (213) 680-4017.

LOCATION: Center Theatre Group / Ahmanson Theatre
At the Music Center, 135 N. Grand Avenue in Downtown L.A. 90012.