Gay L.A. Events

  Event Description Time / Location
1/24 - 12/26 Art Workshops

Beginning in January, every Friday night at MOLAA throughout 2014 will feature intriguing programs—mainly geared towards adults—meant to educate, stimulate the senses and provide an interesting way to begin the weekend in a social setting. This particular Friday includes a hands-on art workshop for artists of all ages, held by professional artists, teachers and community members.

See Website for Details, Museum of Latin American Art
9/12 - 9/27 Roar!

Three young women discover what it means to be truly human when they must battle for survival as their world crumbles. No one is left unscathed when their ideas about love, relationships and health are suddenly turned upside down. Set to the songs of superstars Katy Perry, P!nk, Rihanna and many more. Through Sept. 27.

see website, Rockwell Table & Stage
9/16 A Streetcar Named Desire

Pre-recorded earlier the same day, the stage production will be broadcast from London’s Young Vic Theatre to select U.S. cinemas. The profound and lyrical plays of Tennessee Williams had an immeasurable impact on American theater, and A Streetcar Named Desire is one of his most influential. Benedict Andrews directs the fastest-selling production in the Young Vic’s history.


see website, Various local cinemas
9/17 - 9/19 Karen O

Lead singer of Yeah Yeah Yeahs Karen O gives three intimate performances at the cemetery’s Masonic Lodge to promote her debut solo album, Crush Songs, released Sept. 9. Through Sept. 19.

see website, Hollywood Forever Cemetery