Musical Theatre West brings dance and romance to the Carpenter Performing Arts Center with “An American in Paris,” a musical about art set just after WWII.
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Jennette McCurdy shares personal mental health journey with CSULB students
Author, director and former actress Jennette McCurdy sat down in an open discussion at Long Beach State to talk about her novel “I’m Glad My Mom Died” which touches topics like abuse, eating disorders and addictions.
“9 to 5, The Musical” aims to spotlight female empowerment
Fifteen years after it made its original appearance in the Los Angeles theater scene, “9 to 5: The Musical” is debuting on the Musical Theatre West stage.
“The Fabelmans” is a journey of inspiration
Spielberg’s new film, “The Fabelmans” aims into the heart of a young filmmaker’s growth from youth to adulthood.
Carpenter Center opens its doors for in-person voting for the 2020 general election
Starting on Oct. 24, Long Beach residents can drop off their ballots or vote in person at The Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center.
Jad Abumrad and the process of storytelling
As part of the Carpenter Center’s Wit and Wisdom series, the “Radiolab” co-host will be bringing to CSULB students his one-man show, “The Miracle of Indoor Plumbing,” on Nov. 16.
Ensemble Mik Nawooj to perform free show at Carpenter Center Friday
As a way to involve itself with aspiring musicians, Ensemble Mik Nawooj will be allowing CSULB students to join part of its Nov. 8 show at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center.
CSULB Bob Cole Conservatory Symphony shines in season debut
The symphony returned to the halls of the Carpenter Performing Arts Center with an exciting first program of the year.
The Carpenter Center will showcase science, music and comedy for its 25th season
After a quarter-century of displaying some of the most remarkable talents from all over the world, the Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center will be visited by several notable entertainers in the upcoming season. Miranda Sings, Jad Abumrad and Bill Nye are just a few among the list.
Simon and Garfunkel [Revisited] transports audiences back to iconic 1981 concert
Those who may have missed Simon & Garfunkel’s iconic 1981 reunion concert at Central Park will have the opportunity to be taken back to the historic performance next Sunday. Recording artists Lee Lessack and Johnny Rodgers will perform at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center at 2 p.m. on Nov. 18[Read More…]