Theater & Shows in Glendale

Up to 51% Off Hollywood Heist Dinner Show at Next Door Lounge

Hollywood

$75 $37

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Guests dine on three courses as a theatrical heist provides entertainment in a stylish, welcoming speakeasy

Up to 60% Off at The Belasco Theater

Downtown Los Angeles

$75 $30

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Sip drinks in a 40,000-square-foot venue with a ballroom, theatre, basement lounge, and tapas bar

Beyond Business LIVE! – Up to 48% Off

The Westin Los Angeles Airport

$48.50 $25

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Veteran entrepreneur Daven Michaels teaches attendees how to increase their finances and free time through outsourcing

Up to 54% Off Rock & Shop! Los Angeles

Kesspro Studios

$10.90 $7

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Browse merchandise from local vendors, listen to local bands, and dine on food from local restaurants

Up to 55% Off Comedy Slam Celebrity Hoop Jam

Los Angeles Southwest College

$27.37 $15

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Basketball game featuring comedians and actors benefits the charity Nickel of Hope

Up to 52% Off Fashion Show

333 Live

$21.49 $12

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Watch designers showcase their wares from runway seats or while enjoying bottle service with friends

"Walking With Dinosaurs" – Up to 30% Off

Staples Center

$27.75 $19.42

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With this exclusive pre-sale, see realistic, life-sized dinosaurs roam the stage in a heart-pumping, educational spectacle for ages 3+

UCLA Bruins Women's Gymnastics — Up to 65% Off

Pauley Pavilion

$14.45 $6

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Currently ranked 8th in the NCAA, the UCLA Bruins gymnasts face off against two fellow PAC-12 squads that are also ranked in the top 25

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Were it not for the discerning ears of Harvey Kalmenson, the childhood classic All Dogs Go to Heaven and the popular video game Call of Duty might sound much different. Alternatively, under the skillful direction of Cathy Kalmenson, 329 voices lent their vocal talents for the 1992 Emmy nominated television mini-series The Wild West. Those are just a few examples of the Kalmensons' casting prowess in a long list of high-profile clients. The veteran husband and wife duo of voice-casting directors are the team behind Kalmenson & Kalmenson, a casting company that scouts actors for voice-over work (clients include celebrities such as Meryl Streep and Jim Belushi) and teaches the art of inflection at voice-acting classes. The companies also cast for commercials with a résumé that includes casting for the original Budweiser Beer frogs, Frosted Flakes' Tony the Tiger, and the voice of BMW.

105 S Sparks St
Burbank,
CA
US

Orlando Deral is a man of many talents. Using hi-definition cameras, he leads his staff in capturing images on both print and film. They also handle media needs in all stages, from storyboarding commercial spots to optimizing music videos for the internet. But the studio's real focus is on weddings, wherein a photographer and cinematographer help tell a couple's story through engagement reenactments or a rundown of their special day.

2311 W Burbank Blvd
Burbank,
CA
US

This clean, modern studio offers 1,100 square feet of smooth hardwood floors, enabling enthusiastic rug cutting or slicing of welcome mats into tiny shreds. An impressive roster of instructors shepherds youthful lambs and aged cloven hooves through a selection of dance styles. Plié through Perry Brown’s classical ballet class, or learn the more relaxed style of modern dance with courses based on both the expressive Limón-based technique and the athletic Horton-based method. Bouncy big-banders and frenetic be-boppers can explore jazz-dance fundamentals with contemporary jazz teacher Joseph Decker, who has choreographed stage productions of Cabaret and Little Shop of Horrors, among others. Mix and match classes to sample the colors of dance, like biting into a crayon sandwich. Morning and evening classes are held Monday through Thursday and morning classes only on Saturday and Sunday; check out the schedule for a complete list of times.

2422 W Victory Blvd
Burbank,
CA
US

For the Angaranos, dance is the family business. Reflections In Dance owner Doreen Angarano opened the studio in 1982, later instilling her love of the art form in her daughters Kristen and Erica, now instructors at the studio. Along with their expert staff, the three women share their passion for dance with their students in styles including jazz, tap, ballet, and hip-hop. They also instill valuable life lessons that can be applied outside the classroom, such as discipline, self-expression, and the perseverance to pirouette fast enough to reverse the earth's rotation.

20859 Ventura Blvd
Woodland Hills,
CA
US

The 24th Street Theatre blurs the line between adult and children’s theater with programming that's simultaneously accessible and nuanced. But the organization accomplishes much more than that. Stewards to the Teatro Nuevo Latino Initiative, music services, and outreach programs for at-risk youths, 24th Street Theatre's creatives draw neighborhood adolescents into the arts. And they're obviously doing something right. As Jack Black once said of the theatre’s director, according its website, “I don’t know what I would have done if I hadn’t met Deb Devine, my first drama teacher.”

1117 W 24th St
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Since its foundation in 2003, Los Angeles International Fencing Center’s coaches—some of whom have competed at the Olympic level—have enhanced the repertoires of novices and recent Olympians alike. In the studio’s supportive learning environment, fencers of all ages and skill levels don protective leather gloves and masks before learning to wield weapons such as the lightweight foil and the hefty épée. The complementary curriculum places heavy emphasis on strength and footwork, ensuring that pupils can deliver parries and thrusts even while sparring against square dancers armed with fiddle bows.

11755 Exposition Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US