Stage Page - 'Small Mouth Sounds' proves how eloquent silence can speak

I have often thought that if everyone in the world learned Sign Language, then we would be able to communicate fully with each other without speaking a word. After all, the non-verbal movements for any word or phrase communicates the same thing in every spoken language. And while every actor knows there are two main elements to communicating a character and story, your voice and your body, being able to do so without speaking a word can be challenging – even for the best of pantomime artists.

Cannibal restaurant leaving City

According to a story on Eater Los Angeles, The Cannibal, the meat-heavy restaurant which was expanded from the East Coast by owner Christian Pappanicholas two years ago, will close its Culver City branch by the end of January.

Stage Page - ENCORE entertains audiences with fun-filled ‘Mary Poppins’ musical

ENCORE is a non -profit educational theatre company that seeks to build community and transform lives by providing high quality theatrical productions and intensive musical and theatre training.

Culinary Culver City - Hidden Garden Thai Cuisine a found treasure

Despite the mysterious and enticing name, Hidden Garden isn’t particularly well-hidden at all. In fact, it’s located in a strip mall on Sepulveda, right next to a McDonalds. Frankly, it could barely be better located if it wanted to be seen.

Culinary Culver City - Metro Café serves breakfast with downhome goodness

Before walking into the sweet and welcoming Metro Café, an unassuming little street-side eatery on Washington Place, we didn’t realize that there was such a thing as a Culver omelet. The idea that our little city warranted its own combination of ingredients inside folded eggs hadn’t crossed our minds.

Perennial Favorite Musical ‘Beauty and the Beast’ entertains families in Boyle Heights

It is always a joy to be in an audience with many young children attending their first big Broadway musical, whether it is a big professional production or a more modest community based production. Just watching the wonder on their faces always reminds me how the magic of live theater will encourage many young audience members to appear onstage during their lifetimes, just as it did mine at the age of six.

STAGE PAGE - Y.E.S. participants shine in ‘A Winter’s Tale’ Musical

The Morgan-Wixson Theatre's Youth Education/Entertainment Series (Y.E.S.) supports the group’s commitment to engaging young audiences, training young talent, and supporting literacy, with their participants ranging in age from 8-18. Y.E.S. offers four youth productions each year and one full-length Youth Musical each November/ December with matinee performances on Saturdays and Sundays. Y.E.S. draws in the best youthful talent from all areas of Los Angeles without any participant fees.

Culinary Culver City - Joxer Daly’s offers beer, burgers and soccer

As an Englishman, there is something entirely comfortable about a bar like Joxer Daly’s. Plenty of similar establishments in this country attempt to recreate the British pub vibe, and fail miserably. And it’s not completely their fault; much of what makes a British pub special is geographical as well as cultural.

Kentwood Players’ ‘Crucible’ coming in January

The Kentwood Players will present the play THE CRUCIBLE, by Arthur Miller from Jan. 12 to Feb. 17 at the Westchester Playhouse, 8301 Hindry Ave., Westchester.

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