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Culver City Observer Archives (1)Bydebbie lynn eliasCulver City Observer Archives (2)Culver City Observer Archives (3)May 7, 2015

Let's All Go To The Movies. . .At The Arclight Culver City!

As you stroll through Downtown Culver City you might notice a new face on the block - ArcLight Cinemas. While maybe not a completely new face, it’s definitely a 21st century upgrade. As related by G...

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MOVIE REVIEW: Cinderella

Lovelier than a dream, this Kenneth Branagh directed Disney's CINDERELLA sets the bar for Oscars 2016 with sumptuous visual splendor complete with Haris Zambarloukos breathtaking cinematography, the...

Culver City Observer Archives (9)Culver City Observer Archives (10)April 30, 2015

Pacific Art Guild Meeting

The Pacific Art Guild will meet Wednesday, May 6 at 7 pm in the Community Room, Westchester Civic Center, 7166 W. Manchester Avenue. Guests are welcome. The guest demonstrator for May will be Iris Carignan. Born in Georgia, Iris attended art school...

Culver City Observer Archives (11)Culver City Observer Archives (12)April 30, 2015

DouglasPlus Play Coming In May

A work-in-progress presentation of Lucy Alibar's "Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up" will commence at the CTG/Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City on Thursday, May 21 and will continue through...

Culver City Observer Archives (14)Culver City Observer Archives (15)April 30, 2015

dee-Lightful Productions Goes INTO THE WOODS

Want to take a little time to get away from it all? You can go INTO THE WOODS with Culver City's foremost children's theater company on May 14, 15 and 16. Fulfill your appetite for fairy tales with a...

Culver City Observer Archives (17)Culver City Observer Archives (18)April 30, 2015

'Walking the Tightrope' Coming to Douglas Theatre

A very limited engagement of 24th STreet Theatre's award-winning production of "Walking the Tightrope" will be presented at the Kirk Douglas Theatre with four public performances only, May 2 and 3 at...

MOVIE REVIEW: Insurgent

Under the guiding eyes of boots-on-the-ground executive producers Todd Lieberman and Dave Hoberman, along with producers Doug Wick and Lucy Fisher (among others), and with the energizing and fully...

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MOVIE REVIEW: DOUBLE FEATURE: Unfriended and True Story

Seems that not just spring has sprung, but so has the movie box office which is jam-packed with a multiplicity of new releases in limited and wide release this month. This week I turn your attention...

Culver City Observer Archives (28)Culver City Observer Archives (29)April 23, 2015

Cast Set For Douglas Theatre Production.

In observance of the centennial of the Armenian Genocide, Center Theatre Group, in partnership with the Armenian Dramatic Artists Alliance (ADAA), will present "Staging the Un-stageable: The...

Culver City Observer Archives (31)Culver City Observer Archives (32)April 23, 2015

New Comedy Coming To Kentwood

Kentwood Players will present Amy Herzog's dramatic comedy "4000 Miles" from Friday, May 15 to Saturday, June 20 with performances on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm, Sundays at 2 pm at the Westchester...

Culver City Observer Archives (34)Bydebbie lynn eliasCulver City Observer Archives (35)Culver City Observer Archives (36)April 16, 2015

MOVIE REVIEW: McFarland, USA

No one brings inspirational real life stories to film like Disney, especially when those stories center around sports. Be it horses, baseball, football or any other sport, you know you will be moved,...

Culver City Observer Archives (38)Culver City Observer Archives (39)April 9, 2015

Marley's Ghost - Sneak Peek Show at Boulevard Music

Popular West Coast band Marley’s Ghost will play Boulevard Music in Culver City on Saturday, April 11 in celebration of the release of its forthcoming album, The Woodstock Sessions. The recording project was helmed by Grammy-winning producer Larry C...

Culver City Observer Archives (40)Bydebbie lynn eliasCulver City Observer Archives (41)Culver City Observer Archives (42)April 9, 2015

Movie Review: The Longest Ride

Let's just get it out there now so there's no mistaking. Nicholas Sparks is Nicholas Sparks is Nicholas Sparks. You know what you're going to get (for the most part) when you pick up a Sparks novel or...

Culver City Observer Archives (44)Culver City Observer Archives (45)April 2, 2015

Adult Acting Instruction Is Available

Beginning Friday, April 17 Buddy Powell's COMMERCIAL ACTING for ADULTS will be offered every Friday at Temple Akiba Conference Room. Temple Akiba is at 5243 Sepulveda Blvd., Culver City. The class...

Culver City Observer Archives (47)Culver City Observer Archives (48)April 2, 2015

Culver Chamber Orchestra presents

The Culver City Chamber Orchestra presents "CELLO MANIA" on Sunday, April 12 at 5 p.m. at St. Anne Melkite Catholic Church 11211 Moorpark Ave, North Hollywood. Tickets are now available through...

Culver City Observer Archives (50)Culver City Observer Archives (51)April 2, 2015

Kentwood Announces Auditions For Neil Simon Play

Kentwood Players will hold open auditions for Neil Simon's "Brighton Beach Memoirs" on Saturday, May 16 from 10 am to 3 pm and on Sunday, May 17 from 7 pm to 10 pm. Callbacks will be held on Monday, M...

Culver City Observer Archives (53)Culver City Observer Archives (54)April 2, 2015

Douglas Theatre To Have One-Night Event

Center Theatre Group welcomes playwright Sheila Callaghan, a recipient of CTG's Fadiman Award for Playwriting, and local feminist scholars Sue-Ellen Case (UCLA) and Dr. Tiffany Ana López (UC...

Culver City Observer Archives (56)Bydebbie lynn eliasCulver City Observer Archives (57)Culver City Observer Archives (58)April 2, 2015

MOVIE REVIEW: Indie Gems to Brighten the Holiday Weekend

by debbie lynn elias This week, I want to shed light on some indie gems that everyone should be on the lookout for, be it in the smaller art house-type theatres or on VOD. Each bodes strong female...

Culver City Observer Archives (60)Bydebbie lynn eliasCulver City Observer Archives (61)Culver City Observer Archives (62)April 2, 2015

MOVIE REVIEW: Indie Gems to Brighten the Holiday Weekend

This week, I want to shed light on some indie gems that everyone should be on the lookout for, be it in the smaller art house-type theatres or on VOD. Each bodes strong female voices and...

Culver City Observer Archives (64)Culver City Observer Archives (65)March 26, 2015

Cast Announced for New Douglas Play

Casting has been set for the 24th STreet Theatre award-winning production of "Walking the Tightrope," which will be remounted for the Kirk Douglas Theatre presentation of four public performances...

Culver City Observer Archives (67)Bydebbie lynn eliasCulver City Observer Archives (68)Culver City Observer Archives (69)March 26, 2015

MOVIE REVIEW: Danny Collins

I don't know if it's because I'm getting older or Al Pacino us just getting better, but between his recent tour de force in "The Humbling" and now DANNY COLLINS, I have fallen in love with him as an...

Culver City Observer Archives (71)BySteven LiebermanCulver City Observer Archives (72)Culver City Observer Archives (73)March 19, 2015

Mozart Featured On LACO's Program

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Music Director Jeffrey Kahane served as musical “tour guide” for LACO’s annual “Discover” program, which this season featured...

Culver City Observer Archives (75)Culver City Observer Archives (76)March 19, 2015

Center Theatre Group Holds Open Casting Call

Center Theatre Group is hosting an open casting call for the four student members of the Dead Leaders Club and supporting roles in Alexis Scheer's "Our Dear Dead Dr Holds Open Casting Call Lord" at...

Culver City Observer Archives (78)Bydebbie lynn eliasCulver City Observer Archives (79)Culver City Observer Archives (80)March 12, 2015

MOVIE REVIEW: Kingsman:The Secret Service

Let's just start by saying, Colin is King! We have always known that Colin Firth is the perfect romantic leading man, the perfect "Single Man", a man among men who can tug at the heartstrings and make...

Culver City Observer Archives (82)Culver City Observer Archives (83)March 5, 2015

AVPA Presents A Chorus Line

Culver City High School Academy of Visual & Performing Arts (AVPA) presents...A Chorus Line, the ultimate celebration of the American Musical. Share in the story of 17 dancers competing for a few...

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