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The De Maeyer-Kende Violin & Piano Duo 

Sunday, April 7

Maestro Belgian musicians, Violinist Jolente De Maeyer and Pianist Nikolaas Kende, take you on a guided musical tour through Germany, Austria and Estonia with sparkling Beethoven Sonatas and gems by Fritz Kreisler and Arlo Pärt at The Athena Foundation for the Arts 2024 Concert Series. The violin’s sweet and soaring tones will blend seamlessly with the piano’s rich and resonant sounds, creating a breathtaking musical experience. The musicians curate the imagery, expressing their visual interpretations of their pieces for an immersive and memorable experience. More>>

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The Kingston Trio

Rediscover this timeless music all over again. In celebration of 60-plus years of music, the iconic folk group performs their best-loved songs as part of the ‘Keep The Music Playing’ national tour. Known as America’s Troubadours, The Kingston Trio are four-time Grammy Award winners with over 100 million records sold. More>>

Unassisted Residency LIVE!

Fritz’s live comedy show for “woke boomers,” covers topics from Zoom school to retirement to becoming vegan to pharmaceuticals to celebrating growing up and growing old! Go with him as he weaves his eloquent yet hilarious tales over four Sundays. The show changes every time so come see it multiple times to check out the new material! More>>

Freud on Cocaine

The outrageous new comedy based on the documented letters, notes, dreams and recollections of Sigmund Freud that attest to his decade-long use of cocaine in his practice and personal life returns to the Whitefire Theatre. Jonathan Slavi plays one of the most important thinkers of the 20th century, a respected doctor, a loving husband, a devoted father - and a drug addict. More>>

Kosher Salt 

Combining outrageous comedy, heartbreaking tragedy and a fearless look at an ancient hatred, Horwitz will invoke the spirits of a Hasidic Rabbi, the Bar Mitzvah Boy, a certain German dictator and of course, reveal his true form as an evil shape-shiftingspace lizard sent down to suck the adrenochrome out of prepubescent children. 


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A time-shifting journey of tragedy, love, dementia, beat poets, strippers, blood spatter, doppelgängers, saying goodbye and ultimately appreciating those who came before us. Those who don’t remember their mistakes are perhaps destined to repeat them.


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NoHo Night Mrkt

April 13

NoHo Night Mrkt is a brand new community arts event at NoHo Plaza on Saturday, April 13 from 3pm – 9pm. There will be local artists, designers, vintage apparel, vintage home goods, collectibles, photography and more! Plus, music by DJ @lexaceli and food by Benny Blanco Tacos. Come out for a celebration of all things unique, bespoke, re-invented and re-imagined… @nohonightmrkt. More>>

The Pillowman

The Pillowman is a stunner of a play. In a totalitarian state, a writer is interrogated by the authorities about a series of murders that bear a striking similarity to his work. Is this life imitating art or something more sinister? When the writer’s mentally impaired sibling is also brought in for questioning this police procedural takes spellbinding twists and turns. More>>

Can't Live Without 'Em

A comedy of love, loss, and acceptance.

Tom was a charming philanderer. Tom is in a coma, but he can still hear. But does he want to hear what the various women in his life have to say, especially when they are all in the room at the same time?



King Hedley II

After seven years in prison, King Hedley re-enters society eager to rebuild his life, but quickly confronts the inescapable challenges facing Black men in Reagan-era Pittsburgh. King’s disenfranchisement comes into conflict with the stories he’s been telling himself. Yet he continues to plant seeds where nothing can grow. 



A recently disgraced actor makes her comeback in a production of Ibsen’s A Doll’s House – opposite a robot that could bring about the end of the acting profession.  HIGH MAINTENANCE raises questions about the relationship between art and AI, and how the status quo can turn both against each other, but really. it’s just funny. After all, when a robot built to act is “the product of theatre and big tech,” an ego is inevitable. More>>


or the Computers of Venus...

The stars? The past? The future? Our own limits? Set in three different time periods, looks at the lives of women astronomers in three different time periods as they grapple with light, love and the infinite.

Note: The two world premiere plays HIGH MAINTENANCE and SINGULARITIES performing in repertory. More>>

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Twelfth Night

Stranded on the South Pacific coast of Illyria, the quick-witted Viola assumes the disguise of a page boy for Duke Orsino and finds herself at the center of an explosive love triangle in which identity, passion and gender all threaten to come undone. Bursting with vitality and romance, Twelfth Night gives us one of Shakespeare’s most remarkable heroines... More>>

Could I Have This Dance?

What struck me most keenly about this production when I sat down to write about it was how much I laughed. Not something you might expect to do when seeing a play that revolves around a disease. But that is because of Doug Haverty and this clever compassionate and ultimately thoroughly inviting world he has created. You love these characters. Review>>

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My Uterus: A Womb with a View

Dina has an incredible way of embodying her characterizations. She’s wickedly funny and piercingly accurate reenactments of some pivotal moments in her life were wonderfully done. It took me back, as many other women in the audience, to similar experiences in my life, good, bad, amusing and unforgettable.


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Hands4Hope LA

Hands4Hope LA is the kind of community program we all dream about. They provide support and programming to youth and their parents from low-income, underserved, predominantly single-parent minority households to improve their quality of life and have been doing so for decades.  More>>

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