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Los Angeles is an enormous city. Of course living in the area you know that. Now if you are looking to take a vacation, yet want to do it on a much smaller budget, this is the perfect opportunity to take a Los Angeles Staycation. What is this? These are little mini vacations that involve short drives for day trips or over night trips. There is actually quite a bit to do in the area that you may have forgotten about. You can still have a lot of fun and relax while not spending so much money. Sometimes because you live right there in a city like Los Angeles, you forget or are blind to what is right in your own back yard. Follow along and we will help you plan your next Los Angeles Staycation. All while saving you even more money at the same time!

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Shipkicker Country Music Festival at Queen Mary – 40% Off

May 18, 2015

Are you a country music fan? Well if you are then you will want to make sure that you do not miss the Shipkicker Country Music Festival. This all new country music festival will be hosted by the Queen Mary at the Waterfront Event Park on Saturday, May 23 and Sunday, May 24th (Memorial Day Weekend). Headliners […]


"Tuesdays With Morrie" -- Mitch Albom's Inspiring Drama On Stage

at Camarillo Skyway Playhouse, Camarillo
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Mitch is an accomplished journalist driven solely by his career. Sixteen years after graduating from college, he happens to catch Morrie, his old college professor, on a TV news program and discovers ... [more+]

Mitch is an accomplished journalist driven solely by his career. Sixteen years after graduating from college, he happens to catch Morrie, his old college professor, on a TV news program and discovers that Morrie is battling Lou Gehrig's Disease, also known as ALS. Based on journalist Mitch Albom's real-life friendship with his favorite college professor, "Tuesdays With Morrie" chronicles the lessons he learns during visits with his mentor and friend. The two delve into conversations about life, love, wealth, aging, dependence, peace and death. Through these weekly visits, Mitch realizes just how much he still has to learn about values and priorities. Albom's 1997 book by the same name has sold more than 14 million copies worldwide to date, was adapted into a successful film in 1999, and premiered as an off-Broadway play, written by Albom himself, in 2001. Now see the touching and prfound play at Camarillo Skyway Playhouse. [less-]

"Swarm Cell": Brave New Drama Explores Womanhood & Identity

at Greenway Court Theatre, Los Angeles
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Inspired by John Steinbeck's crusading and emotionally powerful "The Grapes of Wrath", playwright Gabriel Rivas Gomez has written a gripping new drama for the stage, "Swarm Cell". It's 25 years in the... [more+]

Inspired by John Steinbeck's crusading and emotionally powerful "The Grapes of Wrath", playwright Gabriel Rivas Gomez has written a gripping new drama for the stage, "Swarm Cell". It's 25 years in the future and a pair of homeless women forge an unlikely alliance. In an economy turned on its head, the duo -- one deaf, the other pregnant and undocumented -- find work in a mysterious warehouse. Conditioned to believe the commodities they package hold more value than their own lives, the workers begin to realize that devising a "hive" might be their only hope for survival. Robert Castro directs this journey into a "brave new world of womanhood and identity" at Greenway Court Theatre. [less-]

Fashion & Ferocity in "The Unauthorized Musical Parody of The Devil Wears Prada"

at Rockwell: Table & Stage, Los Angeles
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Cancel any prior commitments to the "hideous skirt convention" and make sure you know how to spell Gabbanna because "The Unauthorized Musical Parody of The Devil Wears Prada" is coming to L.A.'s Rockw... [more+]

Cancel any prior commitments to the "hideous skirt convention" and make sure you know how to spell Gabbanna because "The Unauthorized Musical Parody of The Devil Wears Prada" is coming to L.A.'s Rockwell Table & Stage. Based on the bestselling novel by Lauren Weisberger, the 2006 film earned its star Meryl Streep an Oscar nod and a Golden Globe win for her portrayal of the world's most demanding boss. Now, the Cinderella tale of a frumpy-to-fierce fashion magazine intern gets a musical makeover. Expect all the same cattiness, back-stabbing and makeover magic, set to song. Don't be surprised if you feel real chills when you hear ice queen Miranda Priestly utter "That's all." [less-]

"Ameryka" -- Experimental Play Looks at the History of Two Nations

at The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles, Los Angeles
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Los Angeles' Critical Mass Performance Group presents "Ameryka", an experimental production that uses intertwining characters and stories to take a kaleidoscopic look at major world events. The perfor... [more+]

Los Angeles' Critical Mass Performance Group presents "Ameryka", an experimental production that uses intertwining characters and stories to take a kaleidoscopic look at major world events. The performance, hosted by the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles, is an epic examination of the historical connections between the U.S. and Poland. Exploring such subjects as the war on terror, the struggle for civil rights and the fight against communism, "Ameryka" turns history inside out while examining the various triumphs and failures of democracy while charting the similarities between these unlikely nations. True to form, the Critical Mass Performance Group utilizes music, moving images, found text and physical spectacle to create a provocative, nonlinear narrative. The cast of just nine performers handles each role, revealing the human heart at the center of historical, political and sociological progress. [less-]

"Mary's Wedding" -- An Elegant Look at Life, Love & War

at Malibu Playhouse, Malibu
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In "Mary's Wedding", a thunderstorm creates a chance meeting between a young man and woman, both seeking shelter in the same barn in rural Canada. She's an English immigrant, while he's a Canadian abo... [more+]

In "Mary's Wedding", a thunderstorm creates a chance meeting between a young man and woman, both seeking shelter in the same barn in rural Canada. She's an English immigrant, while he's a Canadian about to do his part in World War I as a member of the Cavalry Brigade. As their love story unfolds -- skipping through time in a blur of reality and dreams -- the immersive, imaginative staging of this production at Malibu Playhouse invites you to imagine horses, open fields and the trenches of war. With honest, intimate storytelling, "Mary's Wedding", written by Stephen Massicotte, provides an elegant, imaginative look at life, love and war. [less-]

Jazz, Blues, R&B, Broadway & Cabaret at the E Spot Lounge

at The E Spot Lounge , Studio City
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A long-time Valley favorite for jazz, blues and more, the E Spot Lounge is located above the famed Vitello's Restaurant in Studio City. A hotspot for the best singer-songwriters, Broadway and cabaret ... [more+]

A long-time Valley favorite for jazz, blues and more, the E Spot Lounge is located above the famed Vitello's Restaurant in Studio City. A hotspot for the best singer-songwriters, Broadway and cabaret acts, the lounge is a collaboration between Vitello's and famed drummer, vocalist, producer and composer Sheila E. You'll catch up-and-coming musicians and singers, well-established artists and legendary local, national and international talent as well. A full bar and a contemporary Italian menu complete the intimate venue's fun, relaxed atmosphere, making it the perfect spot for a night out. [less-]

"Father, Son & Holy Coach": Acclaimed 1-Man Show About a Dad Stuck in the Past

at Odyssey Theatre, Los Angeles
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"Father, Son & Holy Coach", a solo tour-de-force written and performed by John Posey, has been called a father-son comedy of "legendary proportions" and a "parent-child dynamic gone slightly off the r... [more+]

"Father, Son & Holy Coach", a solo tour-de-force written and performed by John Posey, has been called a father-son comedy of "legendary proportions" and a "parent-child dynamic gone slightly off the rails." Now the one-man comedy comes to Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles, and it's truly a family affair -- the show's produced by Posey's son, "Teen Wolf" star Tyler Posey and younger brother Jesse. In Tupelo County, Georgia, even the local Easter egg hunt takes on legendary, Super Bowl proportions. Friday night football is the motif that illuminates a father/son journey gone hilariously off the rails. Over the course of 90 heartfelt minutes, Posey seamlessly portrays more than two dozen different characters -- the entire town of Tupelo. See Southern storytelling at its finest as Posey offers up this tale about a guy who's living vicariously through his child in a misguided effort to protect his child from what he perceives as his great failures in life. [less-]

"NY Times" "Rising Star" Playwright Young Jean Lee's Reimagining of "King Lear"

at City Garage at Bergamot Station Arts Center, Santa Monica
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Young Jean Lee is an exciting new talent on the theater scene, hailed as "a rising star" by "The New York Times" and called "one of the best experimental playwrights in America" by "Time Out New York"... [more+]

Young Jean Lee is an exciting new talent on the theater scene, hailed as "a rising star" by "The New York Times" and called "one of the best experimental playwrights in America" by "Time Out New York". For "Lear", Lee's revolutionary take on the Bard banishes most of the other male characters to the wings and focuses instead on the younger generation, with the results that are absurd, self-referential and utterly compelling. See Shakespeare in a whole new way in the West Coast premiere of "Lear" at City Garage in Santa Monica. [less-]

"Altman's Last Stand" -- American Premiere of Remarkable Play About Perseverance

at Zephyr Theatre, West Hollywood
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If you find it difficult to sympathize with big-time developers who push out small business owners, the play "Altman's Last Stand" won't help change your mind. In this moving drama, the owner of a sec... [more+]

If you find it difficult to sympathize with big-time developers who push out small business owners, the play "Altman's Last Stand" won't help change your mind. In this moving drama, the owner of a secondhand shop tells his life story to a beautiful young magazine reporter, and she learns that the remarkable man had been interviewed by Sigmund Freud as a child -- and that he is a survivor of Auschwitz. What follows is a tale (and a play) about the 20th Century and Jewish identity. See the American premiere at the Zephyr Theatre in West Hollywood and discover a whole new way of looking at the recent past. [less-]

The Personal & Political Collide in "Barcelona"

at Geffen Playhouse - Gil Cates Theater, Los Angeles
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A casual hookup on a trip to the title city morphs into something much more serious in Bess Wohl's "Barcelona". Irene's a drunk and not-too-ugly American, who meets the suave Spaniard Manuel at a bar ... [more+]

A casual hookup on a trip to the title city morphs into something much more serious in Bess Wohl's "Barcelona". Irene's a drunk and not-too-ugly American, who meets the suave Spaniard Manuel at a bar during a bachelorette party and recklessly agrees to go back to his apartment for a one-night stand. But the romantic and comic aspects of the evening soon turn deeply personal and political, as the pair's histories and agendas are revealed. This West Coast premiere appears as part of the Geffen Playhouse's 20th anniversary season and stars Betty Gilpin, best known as Dr. Carrie Roman on "Nurse Jackie", who's also been seen in "Elementary, The Good Wife, Mysteries of Laura" and "Law & Order: SVU", as well as award-winning actor Carlos Leal ("Casino Royale, Broken Embraces, Snow White"). Bess Wohl is a hot new playwright whose work "Small Mouth Sounds" was named one of the best plays of 2015 by "The New York Times, The Guardian, The Hollywood Reporter" and others. [less-]

Teacher and Student Face Off in Modern Twist of Greek Tragedy: "Another Antigone"

at Upstairs at Group Rep, North Hollywood
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Adding a modern spin to Sophocles' classic Greek tragedy "Antigone", A.R. Gurney ("Love Letters", "Sylvia") brings the battling Creon and Antigone to the stage, as a gifted Jewish college senior and h... [more+]

Adding a modern spin to Sophocles' classic Greek tragedy "Antigone", A.R. Gurney ("Love Letters", "Sylvia") brings the battling Creon and Antigone to the stage, as a gifted Jewish college senior and her Greek Theater professor. Problems arise when she deviates from the assignment, and her professor won't accept the play she wrote -- an anti-nuclear themed update of "Antigone". Neither will budge from their convictions, and tensions mount as the student begins to produce her play on campus. Accusations fly, the dean makes a visit and the play goes on. The Group Rep presents Gurney's "Another Antigone", which revisits this classic tale of unbending hubris that destroys all who fall prey to its spell. [less-]

"Escape Reality" Into a World of Comedy and Magic at Magicopolis

at Magicopolis, Santa Monica
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Some people think magic is stuffy and old-fashioned, with guys in tuxedos waving around black wands. Well, those people have never been to Magicopolis, where you'll ooh, you'll ahh and you'll laugh yo... [more+]

Some people think magic is stuffy and old-fashioned, with guys in tuxedos waving around black wands. Well, those people have never been to Magicopolis, where you'll ooh, you'll ahh and you'll laugh yourself silly. This is Magicopolis' hit show "Escape Reality", an "L.A. Times" critic's pick and an "LA Weekly" "Pick of the Week." Husband-and-wife team Steve Spill and Bozena Wrobel serve up a vaudeville-style show that's fun for the whole family, complete with optical illusions, levitation, mind reading, disappearances and a nail-biting Houdini-type escape ... the Table of Terror! [less-]

"Fly" Honors Tuskegee Airmen's Heroic Acts & Powerful Legacy

at The Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena
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"Fly" pays tribute to the history of the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African-American military aviators in the United States armed forces. The Tuskegee Airmen were true trailblazers who served their co... [more+]

"Fly" pays tribute to the history of the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African-American military aviators in the United States armed forces. The Tuskegee Airmen were true trailblazers who served their country in the skies, even as they were met with adversity on the ground. A powerful story that helped pave the way for the desegregation of the American military, "Fly" follows a cast of eight men -- including "Tap Griot," a dancer who sets the play's moods with stomps, shuffles and taps -- as they enter the Tuskegee training program for combat pilots. Although they encounter overt racism, the men join together and fly with distinction in dangerous missions over Germany during World War II. Co-authored and directed by Ricardo Khan, Tony-winning co-founder and former artistic director of the Crossroads Theatre Company, "Fly" was hailed by "The New York Times" as "a superior piece of theatrical synergy," and now it comes to The Pasadena Playhouse stage in celebration of Black History Month. [less-]

"Cosmic Laser Concerts" Featuring Music of the Beatles, U2, Pink Floyd & More

at Laserium Van Nuys Studios, Van Nuys
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Hear and "see" the music of the Beatles, U2, Pink Floyd, Nine Inch Nails or Led Zeppelin at the historic Laserium Van Nuys Studios. Here, "The Cosmic Laser Concert" works in real time with the greates... [more+]

Hear and "see" the music of the Beatles, U2, Pink Floyd, Nine Inch Nails or Led Zeppelin at the historic Laserium Van Nuys Studios. Here, "The Cosmic Laser Concert" works in real time with the greatest rock music ever recorded, as a "master laserist" creates a mesmerizing live performance of unique visual effects that can only be described as "music for your eyes." Discover why "The New York Times" wrote that you'll "walk out exhilarated" from this visually and aurally intense experience in an intimate studio setting. [less-]

"SuperHero & Princess Academy III": A Mini-Musical for Little Ones

at CAC Studios, Santa Monica
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In the latest edition of this popular series, the Princesses and SuperHeroes are getting ready for the big Academy Ball, sharing tips on manners, dressing up and more. But as soon as the ball gets rol... [more+]

In the latest edition of this popular series, the Princesses and SuperHeroes are getting ready for the big Academy Ball, sharing tips on manners, dressing up and more. But as soon as the ball gets rolling, the party's crashed by a group of evil villains, and your kids are asked to become part of the action to get the celebration back on track. The talented folks at the Creating Arts Company -- no strangers to fun -- have crafted yet another engaging one-hour mini-musical filled with lots of audience interaction, singing and dancing. The little ones are encouraged to come in superhero, princess or villain costumes, and stick around after the show for pictures and autographs. [less-]

Sex, Drugs & Rock 'n' Roll in New '60s Era Play "The Dodgers"

at Hudson Mainstage Theatre, Hollywood
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It's 1969 and four bandmates want nothing more than to play music, do drugs and make love. Unfortunately, they're all up for a lottery that no one wants to win. Watch as they face the likelihood that ... [more+]

It's 1969 and four bandmates want nothing more than to play music, do drugs and make love. Unfortunately, they're all up for a lottery that no one wants to win. Watch as they face the likelihood that at least one of them will be sent to serve in Vietnam. "The Dodgers" stars Emmy winner Eric Nelsen, of "All My Children" fame, "High School Musical" and "One Life to Live" star Corbin Bleu, Jared Gertner ("The Book of Mormon") and Asher Grodman as the four friends propelled to take daring and dangerous steps to dodge the draft. Based on a true story, playwright Diana Amsterdam channeled her own experiences into her account of this turbulent time in our nation's history. Talisa Friedman and "Wicked"'s Emma Hunton also star in this production at L.A.'s Hudson Mainstage Theatre. [less-]

Sexually Charged Drama "Spike Heels" by Theresa Rebeck (TV's "Smash")

at The Little Theater , Los Angeles
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Before Pulitzer Prize-nominee Theresa Rebeck created the NBC show "Smash", she wrote this play exploring issues of sexual harassment and changing expectations of men in a feminist era. On the heels of... [more+]

Before Pulitzer Prize-nominee Theresa Rebeck created the NBC show "Smash", she wrote this play exploring issues of sexual harassment and changing expectations of men in a feminist era. On the heels of Anita Hill's hostile interrogation by Congress, "Spike Heels" was extremely timely and relevant, and has since been produced all over the country. Now, award-winning director Max Leonida brings "Spike Heels", an unflinching look at the power of sex and the depth of its influence on relationships by one of the most popular female playwrights in America, to Brentwood's Little Theater. Your ticket includes a glass of wine. [less-]

Judy Collins: Grammy-Winning Folk-Rock Singer Performs

at The Rose, Pasadena
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Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Judy Collins' impressive career has spanned more than 50 years of recording and performing both her own compositions and covers of folk songs, standards and the work o... [more+]

Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Judy Collins' impressive career has spanned more than 50 years of recording and performing both her own compositions and covers of folk songs, standards and the work of artists like the Beatles, Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen. Best known for her classic renditions of songs like "Send in the Clowns," "Chelsea Morning," "Amazing Grace," and Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now," Collins' latest releases include "Paradise", which features duets with Joan Baez and Stephen Stills and 2012's "Live From the Metropolitan Museum of Art". She also owns her own record label, and is an accomplished author and social activist. See her sing a delightful mix of classics and new hits at The Rose in Pasadena. [less-]

"The Giving Tree": A Play Inspired by Shel Silverstein's Classic Story

at The Little Theater , Los Angeles
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You "and" your children will love Los Angeles Children's Theater's live re-creation of Shel Silverstein's touching and tender storybook parable "The Giving Tree". The classic children's book is about ... [more+]

You "and" your children will love Los Angeles Children's Theater's live re-creation of Shel Silverstein's touching and tender storybook parable "The Giving Tree". The classic children's book is about the simple gifts nature offers each of us. Through a boy and a loving apple tree, Silverstein's story follows the seasons of life from young child to old age, from joyous youth to self-centered adolescence, from somber adulthood to bittersweet old age. Each stage of love, loss, heartache and heartbreak is expressed through words, gestures, dance and music that will delight people of all ages. [less-]

"Nunsense": "Habit-Forming" Musical Puts Nuns in the Spotlight

at Crown City Theatre, North Hollywood
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Frolic in the madness of Dan Goggin's hilariously funny musical comedy "Nunsense", featuring dancing nuns, singing nuns, circus nuns and ... dead nuns?! Winner of four Outer Critics Circle Awards, inc... [more+]

Frolic in the madness of Dan Goggin's hilariously funny musical comedy "Nunsense", featuring dancing nuns, singing nuns, circus nuns and ... dead nuns?! Winner of four Outer Critics Circle Awards, including Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical, "Nunsense" has become a must-see phenomenon. Sister Julia has accidentally poisoned most of the Little Sisters of Hoboken with a tainted vichyssoise. The five surviving nuns must band together and put on a show in order to raise funds to bury their dear departed sisters. The chaotic variety show features crazy dance routines, solo star turns, an audience quiz and a whole bunch of comic surprises. [less-]