Arts & Entertainment

WWE Needs a Fade to Black

Strange times call for a better change in show format. Make no mistake, professional wrestling is not sports entertainment. It’s performance art. Wrestling is fake. Fiercely and proudly. Everyone keeps kayfabe (pretending…

Broadway Legend Lea Salonga Performs at Pepperdine in April

Pepperdine University’s Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts presents award-winning actress and singer Lea Salonga, who closes out the 2019–2020 season at the Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts, on…

A Rare Look at Tennessee Williams’ Last Play

The Topanga Actors Company staged reading of Tennessee Williams’ last play, A House Not Meant To Stand, was performed to very appreciative full houses at the Topanga Library, over the weekend of…

Four Artists Share Landscapes of the Mind

Please note: The Landscapes of the Mind exhibition will be opening in September, while the Yellow Primarily show continues at the Gallery but by appointment only.   Topanga Canyon Gallery showcases four…

Theatricum’s Summer Season of Theater, Music and Change

Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum has announced its 2020 summer line-up of theater, music and performance in its unique and stunning outdoor setting in Topanga. The start of the repertory season has been…

Sunday Afternoon Escape: Music Without Words

When the music has no words, it is the composer who uses the tools of the orchestra to inspire the imagination of the listener. Music evokes emotions and, just as a book…

Loose Lips Presents Frank Mundo

On Saturday, April 11, 2:30-4:30 p.m., Loose Lips Poetry Series will present its quarterly poetry reading featuring L.A. poet Frank Mundo at the Topanga Library. This ongoing event is free and open…

Art Show Celebrates the Beauty of the Santa Monica Mountains

Join the Allied Artists of the Santa Monica Mountains and Seashore (AASMMS) in supporting the Western National Park Association and National Park Service on Sunday March 29, 2020 from 10 a.m. to…

Aycil Yeltan—The Artist and the Art

Aycil Yeltan’s second short film, Topanga, the story of a hearing-impaired, homeless woman and her journey to find a life purpose through her art, is currently screening in festivals and raking in…