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St. Patrick’s Eve Van Night at Hotel Cafe
Mar 16
A tribute to Van Morrison with Jane Monheit, Greg Holden, MILCK, Garrison Starr, Eric Kuefs, and more!
St. Patrick’s Day at the Original Farmers Market
Mar 17
11:30am – 7pm
This family-friendly celebration includes Irish-themed fun with corned beef at cabbage, green beer, live strolling bagpipe music, Irish music from Celtic Camerata, and, if you are lucky, you can catch a photo with a strolling leprechaun!
Flogging Molly at the Hollywood Palladium
Mar 17
Spend St. Patrick’s day with the Dublin rockers who mix punk with traditional Irish music for a sound for the season.
Moves at the Montalban
Fri – Sun
Mar 15 – 17
See the latest emerging talent in the world of choreography and dance at this inaugural three-day dance festival.
The American Cinematheque at the Egyptian
  • Mar 15, 7:30pm – Highway Patrolman/Walker with director Alex Cox in person
  • Mar 16, 7:30pm – Repo Man/Tombstone Rashomon with director Alex Cox in person
  • Mar 17, 7:30pm – Road House/Point Break with between film discussion
  • Mar 19, 7:30pm – Gummo/Julien Donkey-Boy with director Harmony Korine in person
  • Mar 20, 7:30pm – Trash Humpers/Spring Breakers with director Harmony Korine in person
  • Mar 21, 7:30pm – Bathtubs Over Broadway with discussion following
Q&As at Arclight Hollywood
Mar 15, 8:45pm – The Mustang Q&A with actor Matthias Schoenaerts
New Beverly Cinema
  • Mar 15/16 – Young Frankenstein/Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid
  • Mar 17/18 – Darby O’Gill and the Little People/The Quiet Man
  • Mar 19 – Slumber Party Massacre/Sorority House Massacre
  • Mar 20/21 – Fort Apache/Ulzana’s Raid
  • Plus Midnght Shows Mar 15 – Kill Bill Vol 1; Mar 16 – Tunnel Vision
  • Weekend Matinee Mar 16/17 – The Man From Snowy River
Captain Marvel at the El Capitan Theatre
Now Playing thru Mar 24
See costumes from the movie! Ticket holders attending Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel at El Capitan Theatre may receive a limited-edition Captain Marvel themed embroidered patch, while supplies last.
Trouble at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery
Mar 16
Join artist Mariah Garnett for a special screening of her new feature length film, Trouble, followed by a Q&A with the artist.
What Matters Now?/! at Atwater Village Theatre
Opens Fri
Mar 15 – Apr 3
Open Fist’s annual “political pop-up” in a speakeasy setting, features a rotating roster of short plays by writers from across the country that explore our nation’s current social and political climate and how the past year has affected us.
Tangerine Sunset at the Broadwater Theatre
Opens Fri
Mar 15 – Apr 13
Sacred Fools presents the world premiere of a screwball gothic horror story about a group of unlucky souls who find themselves the involuntary guests of a palatial estate on a mysterious island, where they must try to survive the night with their sanity intact.
Julius Caesar at the Independent Shakespeare Company Studio
Opens Fri
Mar 15 – May 11
Just in time for the Ides of March comes ISC’s first-ever production of Shakespeare’s great play of social upheaval and shifting allegiances.
The Wolves at Atwater Village Theatre
Opens Sat
Mar 16 – Apr 22
Echo Theatre Company presents the Los Angeles premiere of Sarah DeLappe’s extraordinary  Pulitzer Prize finalist about a girl’s indoor soccer team navigating big questions and waging tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors.
Incognito at Son of Semele
Opens Sat
Mar 16 – Apr 7
Nick Payne’s ingenious, time-traveling adventure weaves together three personal quests to get to the heart of the mind: a wannabe research pioneer absconds with Einstein’s brain; a newlywed fights to hang onto the memory of his love after a botched operation; and a freshly divorced neuroscientist struggles to find hope in the face of cold hard facts.
Orry at West Hollywood City Chambers
Mar 19
Celebration presents a free, one-night-only reading of the story of Orry George Kelly, an unapologetically gay Australian rascal who became the confidant for some of the greatest stars of all time. Orry is a captivating story that takes its audience from small town Australia, to Sydney, mafia-era New York City and finally to the Golden Age of Hollywood!
Cecilia Miguez: Transitions at Louis Stern Fine Arts
Mar 16
Exhibition continues thru Apr 20
In this exhibition combining recent and revisited work, Miguez’s creations are a celebration of form and material. From sleek black bronzes to imposing wood constructions kissed with gold, Miguez’s otherworldly creatures enchant with an uncanny presence that seems moored someplace just out of reach.
Anna Sew Hoy: The Wettest Letter & Diedrick Brackens: unholy ghosts at VSF
Mar 16
Exhibition continues thru Apr 20
Nathalie Seaver: Deconstructing Beauty at the Los Angeles Center of Photography
Mar 16
5:30 – 7:30pm
Exhibition continues thru May 3
As part of Los Angeles Center of Photography’s 7th Annual Spring Open House weekend, they present the opening of a solo exhibition of photographic collages from the 1st place winner of the Annual LACP Member’s exhibition last July.
Glen Wexler: The 80s Portrait Sessions at Mr. Musichead
Mar 21
Exhibition continues thru Apr 12
A curated selection of photograph from Wexler’s experience working with prominent faces from the eighties including Herbie Hancock, Bob Weir, Michael Jackson, Jon Anderson, Missing Persons, Christina Applegate, Terri Nunn, and Chaka Khan.
Elohim at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever
Mar 15-17
L.A.-based electro-pop singer/songwriter performs for three nights at the Masonic Lodge.
Greyson Chance at the Roxy
Mar 16
21-year old singer/songwriter and YouTube sensation celebrates the release of Portraits, his first album in 8 years.
Sara Bareilles at the Troubadour
Mar 19
Singer/songer Bareilles has received 7 Grammy nominations, hosted the Tony Awards, starred alongside John Legend in the recent Jesus Christ Superstar live television performance, and wrote the music for and starred in Broadway’s Waitress. She plays the Troubadour in advance of her latest album, Amidst the Chaos and her upcoming performance on SNL.
Suzanne Westenhoefer “March On!” at the Renberg Theatre
Mar 16
Trailblazing pioneer of queer comedy in a one-night-only performance that includes a VIP reception and after party.
Tig Notaro’s “Tell Me Everything” at Largo at the Coronet
Mar 17
This installment of comedian Tig Notaro’s monthly talk show features a one-on-one interview with actress Laura Dern.
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Valerie Milano is the well-connected Senior Editor and TV Critic at, a website that aggregates showbiz news curated for, and written by, insiders of the entertainment industry. (@HwoodTimes @TheHollywood.Times) Milano, whose extraordinary talents for networking in the famously tight-clad enclave of Hollywood have placed her at the center of the industry’s top red carpets and events since 1984, heads daily operations of a uniquely accessible, yet carefully targeted publication. For years, Milano sat on the board as a chief organizer of the Television Critics Association’s press tours, held twice a year in Beverly Hills and Pasadena. She has written for Communications Daily, Discover Hollywood, Hollywood Today, Television International, and Video Age International, and contributed to countless other magazines and digests. Valerie works closely with the Human Rights Campaign as a distinguished Fed Club Council Member. She also works with GLSEN, GLAAD, Outfest, NCLR, LAMBDA Legal, and the Desert Aids Project, in addition to donating both time and finances to high-profile nonprofits. She has been an active member of the Los Angeles Press Club for a couple of years and looks forward to the possibility of contributing to the future success of its endeavors. Milano’s passion for meeting people extends from Los Feliz to her favorite getaway, Palm Springs. There, she is a member of the Palm Springs Museum of Art and a prominent Old Las Palmas-area patron.