LA has some unusual places to dance and discover. July is full of mid-summer art series like dance, music, art, reading, listening, and so much more. You can join the events in person or virtually.
HEIDI DUCKLER DANCE
A series of performances at the Culver Steps with a live four-piece band led by Dwight Trible, the performances mark celebration of the reopening.
BAG screens at The Rendon
A short film that follows the journey of the plastic bag from present to future. The short film has Intricate handmade sets, original music by Freddi Price, and lo-fi special effects.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Julius Cesar at Theatricum Botanicum.
Will Gear's Theatricum Botanicum returns, and its famous outdoor venue in Topanga, and Julius Caesar is an edgy, political tragedy from the Soothsayer’s point of view.
Earmaginations at Sound Pedro
Earmaginations videos are visual with no soundtrack. The visualizations are full of ideas and experiences, and it is a virtual event premiering on July 12.