Event Description Time / Location
9/12 - 6/30 I Want You to Want Me!

Located on the fourth floor of the Grammy Museum, the unveiling of Cheap Trick: I Want You to Want Me! will take center stage as a one-of-a-kind exhibit. Visitors will enjoy an in-depth look at the impressive career of a band that continues to reign as power-pop progenitors with a legacy spanning over 35 years. grammymuseum.org

See Website for Details, at The Grammy Museum
3/12 - 4/27 Slowgirl

CSI’s William Petersen and Boardwalk Empire’s Rae Gray make their Geffen Playhouse debuts with the funny and introspective new play Slowgirl. When 17-year-old Becky is shipped off to her Uncle Sterling’s Costa Rican home, the two lost souls navigate contrasting philosophies and a maze of regret. Through April 20. geffenplayhouse.com

See Website for Details, at Geffen Playhouse
3/14 - 4/26 Floral Journey

Art and spirituality converge with trade and commerce in Floral Journey: Native North American Beadwork, a groundbreaking exhibition. Through 250 unique objects and personal stories, it’s the first of its kind to explore how beaded floral designs became a remarkable art form as well as a means of economic and cultural survival for the Native North American people. theautry.org

See website for details., at Autry National Center
3/14 - 5/26 A Million and One Pieces

This is an exhibition of enchanting contemporary furniture and inventive sculptures masterfully hand-crafted from vibrant LEGO bricks by celebrated designer David Tracy. This lavish show is Tracy’s first solo museum exhibition and features 32 pieces utilizing thousands of LEGO bricks. forestlawn.com

see website, at Forest Lawn Museum
3/21 - 4/18 Miley Montana: The Musical

Hannah and Miley are sisters. Of course there’s sibling rivalry, but can they twerk it out? The Second City celebrates 50 years of cutting edge satiric revues and continues to deliver the leading voices in comedy while touring the globe. Fridays though April 18. secondcityhollywoodshows.com

see website for details, at Second City Hollywood
3/21 - 4/27 L.A. Deli

L.A. Deli is a series of comedic sketches that take place in a Hollywood delicatessen, giving the audience a wicked and hilarious look inside show business. The cast of outrageous, shameless and sometimes certifiable characters includes movie and TV producers, writers, directors, actors, their wives, ex-wives and a very patient waitress named Kathleen. Through April 27. plays411.com/ladeli

see website for details, at Marilyn Monroe Theatre
3/22 - 4/19 Leee Black Childers Exhibit

L.A. art gallery Lethal Amounts celebrates its one-year anniversary by flying Childers out to exhibit his critically acclaimed and world-renowned photo retrospective titled Drag Queens, Rent Boys, Pickpockets, Junkies, Rock Stars and Punks. There will be a performance by Squeaky Blonde and a Q&A with Childers, Holly Woodlawn, Joe Dallesandro and more. Through April 19. lethalamounts.com

see website, at Lethal Amounts
3/27 - 6/4 Doctor Anonymous

Set during the Frank Rizzo campaign for mayor of Philadelphia and the dawn of gay Pride, Doctor Anonymous is inspired by the true story of Dr. John E. Fryer. This world premiere drama tackles the controversial subject of gay conversion therapy in a tale of love, liberation and opera. plays411.com/doctor

See Website for Details, at Zephyr Theatre
3/28 - 5/10 Sovereign Body

As a wife and mother of two grown daughters welcomes an uninvited Thanksgiving dinner guest, a family’s life is forever challenged and changed.  Is she losing her mind and body or owning them once and for all?  Sovereign Body is the epic story of a family’s journey to healing. Through May 10. roadtheatre.org

see website, at Historic Lankershim Arts Center
3/29 - 4/19 Shades

Written by Tom Hartley, produced and directed by Odalys Nanin, Shades centers around Miguel, a troubled high school student who enjoys taunting gays. When a gift from his girlfriend ends up changing his life forever, Miguel sets off on an often-comedic course of self-acceptance of his own sexuality. Through April 19. machatheatre.org

see website, at Macha Theatre
4/3 - 4/19 A Midsummer Night's Dream

An experimental puppetry performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream hits the stage with very energetic actors who have never worked with puppets before this production, and who also had to learn Shakespearean verse in a five-week period. Through April 19. thebroadstage.com

See Website for Details, at The Broad Stage
4/10 - 5/11 Bowlarama

The Miracle Mile area museum is proud to present this exhibit of California bowling alley architecture dated 1954-64, which reinvented the sport of bowling at the time. They were lavish palaces that included fine restaurants, cocktail lounges and live entertainment, all housed in extravagant modern architecture. The exhibit includes rarely seen photos, drawings and original artifacts. aplusd.org

see website for details, at A+D Architecture and Design Museum
4/10 - 7/28 Mike Kelley

A hugely influential artist, Mike Kelley’s work mines American pop culture and sets it in relation to self-examination. Over 35 years, he worked in every medium imaginable. This is the largest exhibition of Kelley’s work to date, comprised of over 250 works from 1974 through 2012, and it takes up the entirety of the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA as well as a gallery at MOCA Grand Avenue. moca.org

see website for details, at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
4/10 - 5/11 Book of Mormon

Book of Mormon won’t be around forever, so don’t pass up your chance to see it! This nine-time Tony Award winner features book, music and lyrics by Robert Lopez (Avenue Q) and South Park’s Trey Parker and Matt Stone. It’s been called the best musical of this century by The New York Timeshollywoodpantages.com

see website for details, at Pantages Theatre
4/17 The Films of Kenneth Anger

Cinespia presents an evening showcasing the films of Kenneth Anger on the big screen. Anger will present this series of films in person, which includes a screening of 1973’s Lucifer Rising, the holy grail of lost films (with music by Jimmy Page). The original was thought to be lost forever, but see it theatrically for the first time. It will be shown with other Anger films from the Magick Lantern Cycle, a compendium of shorts from the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s. cinespia.org

see website for details, at Theatre at Ace Hotel
4/25 27th Annual L.A. Modernism Show & Sale

Celebrate the world’s finest art and rub shoulders with renowned modern art exhibitors and prominent L.A. designers at this cocktail party, a kickoff for the 27th Annual Los Angeles Modernism Show & Sale. This opening night event benefits P.S. ARTS, which supports arts education for public schools. psarts.org/modernism2014

see website for details, at 3Labs Studio
4/25 Limited Runs: Rock 'n' Roll Photos

Limited Runs, a great source for vintage posters and photography, hosts its first public exhibition featuring epic rock ‘n’ roll photography by artists Stephen Stickler, Neil Zlozower and Sean Murphy. Combined these photographers have shot artists including Mötley Crüe, Led Zeppelin, P!nk, Jay-Z and Green Day. After L.A. the show will travel to Vegas and New York throughout the year. limitedruns.com

see website for details, at Boulevard 3