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The Top Events this March in Los Angeles

By Christina Kutulos | February 17, 2020 | Lifestyle


Frederic Edwin Church, “Chimborazo” (1864, oil on canvas), is on display at The Huntington’s Lifelines/Timelines exhibit.


Man of God

What happens when four girls find out the male gaze has always been watching them? This funny feminist thriller, directed by Maggie Burrows, is sure to have you rolling in the aisles. Tickets from $30, Geffen Playhouse, Westwood Village,


KISS: Final Tour Ever

Don’t miss the chance to see KISS on their final tour. Known for their high-scale concert production, this show has all the signature effects: smoke, fire and, of course, dramatic makeup. 7:30pm, tickets from $38, Staples Center,


Power to the People!

Spanning a month, the LA Philharmonic’s series of performances, installations, and talks celebrates art and the inspiration it sparks. Subjects range from the music of Spike Lee’s movies to a conversation with Dr. Angela Davis, and everything in between. Walt Disney Concert Hall,



With panels from the year’s biggest shows, fans can soak up upcoming news and behind-the-scenes stories from the creative teams behind Modern Family, Schitt’s Creek and more. Tickets from $35, Paley Center,


Carol Burnett: Laughter & Reflection

Get transported back to the 1970s on Carol Burnett’s new tour. Each performance is powered by questions from the audience, offering a unique, heartfelt experience every night from the iconic comedian. 8pm, tickets from $113, Los Angeles Theatre,


The Huntington: Lifelines/Timelines

For its centennial birthday, The Huntington offers a unique five-part exhibition connecting bonsai tree art to the institution’s history. Lifelines/Timelines showcases the expansive collection and significant perspective of the Los Angeles landmark. Tickets $25,


Block Party 2020

Over the span of a month, Center Theatre Group will fully support and stage two independent Angeleno productions: Sacred Fools Theater Company’s The Art Couple and IAMA Theatre Company’s Canyon. Tickets from $30, centertheatregroup.‌org


PPLA FoodFare

Giving and eating go hand in hand at this annual food fest that supports Planned Parenthood Los Angeles. This year, chef Akasha Richmond of Akasha—one of the 150 restaurants set to serve the event—is honored. Tickets from $150, Barker Hangar, Santa Monica,


The Antipodes

Annie Baker is one of the freshest contemporary playwrights, having won a Pulitzer Prize for her play The Flick, making this performance of The Antipodes a must-see. Tickets from $25,


HRC LA Dinner

This elegant black-tie event, the Human Rights Campaign Dinner and Auction, not only raises money, but also celebrates the LGBTQ community and all who support it. Expect a silent auction, live entertainment, thought-provoking speakers and more. 5pm, tickets from $295, InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown,

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Photography by: photo courtesy of The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens