It was thunderstorms, rain, and howling Santa Anas this week...but the weekend looks beautiful. We have some pre-Halloween scaries for you, as well as some deliciousness for your ears, your mouth, and even your eyes. It's all happening, Los Angeles!
Thursday, October 18
Have you ever wondered what it would be like inside of a horror movie? “Creep: Awake” explore their own name, figuring out gives someone the creeps while they are awake and asleep, and what makes their skin crawl. This 75 minute, immersive, avant-garde theater experience is sure to leave you with a fright. If you can’t make it out this Thursday, don’t be too nervous, the show goes on for a few more weeks.
Friday, October 19
How about a free show for the next three Fridays? The Triforium, a six-story sculpture in DTLA, is brought back to life this October for a three-part party. It all kicks off this Friday with killer performances. The multi-faceted line up includes an instrumentalist, a theater company, a scent activation team, a composer, and a DJ.
Saturday, October 20
Sunday, October 21
Saturday + SundayLA Philharmonic: Romeo & Juliet
The L.A. Philharmonic presents a complete performance of Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev’s balletic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, choreographed by the iconic Benjamin Millepied. Hear the LA Phil play one of the most famous scores and see the LA Dance Project perform the most famous piece in ballet’s history.
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