The Hope and Freedom Film Festival will return to the Art Theatre, 2025 E. Fourth St., on Saturday, May 21 for its second year.
Musical Theatre West’s (MTW) Footlighters Guild recently announced the winners of its annual Footlighters Scholarship competition.
By Vicki Paris Goodman Culture Writer There was a time when, upon seeing Waiting for Godot, I would have been awed by the cryptic nature […]
The Long Beach Museum of Art’s fundraising affiliate, Phoenix, will present Art Auction 14: Where Imagination Takes Flight, on Sunday, May 22.
By Stephanie Raygoza Editorial Intern A delicate paintbrush guided by a detailed stroke glides across handmade paper to create the image of a little girl […]
Phone Booth Gallery and Long Beach Cinematheque will present Oh, You Are Sick…, a juried group exhibition of visual work loosely informed by the films […]
The Arts Council for Long Beach this week announced the 2011 Distinguished Arts Awards winners, each being recognized for playing an essential role in furthering […]
By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern In July 2010, artist Margie Darrow of Long Beach was driving her car while thinking of her next project […]
The Long Beach Playhouse has announced that the next session of its Youth Theatre School will begin Saturday, March 5.
By Vicki Paris Goodman Culture Writer Cats is a show that’s been around a long time now. And audiences have either loved it for its […]
Margo Folwick, daughter of Roger and Suzanne Folwick of Signal Hill, has been selected for the 2011 American High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie […]
Gallery Expo, 4321 Atlantic Ave., will feature an exhibit recognizing Black History Month from Feb. 4 to Feb. 26.
The writer Gertrude Stein inspires many different reactions in people. So, as an experiment, the Signal Tribune sent two writers to see Loving Repeating, A […]
By Vicki Paris Goodman Culture Writer Whenever I review farce, I’m compelled to “apologize” for my review with an admission that the genre is my […]
Disney On Ice presents Let’s Celebrate! brings more than 50 Disney characters to the Southland for one colossal party on ice.