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Information and ticket sales for CSULB's Carpenter Center, a 1,000 seat performance hall - home to the WideScreen Film Festival, Musical Theatre West, LB Community Concerts, South Coast Chorale & more
Bard in the
Bard-in-the-Yard, The Long Beach Shakespeare Company, is a non-profit theatre company whose mission is to make classic literature accessible to all audiences through live music, spectacle, and drama.
Long Beach Museum of
In addition to changing exhibitions, the Museum offers extensive educational programs for children and adults, musical programs, festivals, and other special events.
Miller Japanese Garden
Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden on the campus of California State University, Long Beach.
The Southern California Dance Theatre
The Southern California Dance Theatre serves to encounter the people in the greater long beach area, especially to become involved in the performing arts through dance, choreography, stage performances, theater productions and arts education.
Long Beach Opera|
Long Beach Opera is the oldest opera company in both Los Angeles and Orange Counties acclaimed worldwide for producing cutting edge and innovative opera for over 29 years.
South Coast Chorale
The South Coast Chorale is a gay, lesbian and gay-affirmative chorus based in Long Beach California. The mission of the South Coast Chorale is to present positive images of the lesbian and gay community through experiences which redefine choral music performances.
Camerata Singers of Long Beach, California, is a community-based choral organization of fifty dedicated singers, founded in 1966. The Camerata's repertoire includes major choral and orchestral works, unaccompanied works from the Renaissance through the present day, selections from opera and musical theatre, popular classics, folk songs and spirituals.
Rancho Los Cerritos
Rancho Los Cerritos is operated by the Parks and Recreation Department as a museum and library of western history. The site was declared a National Historic Landmark by the Department of the Interior in 1971. It is also a State and Local Historic Landmark.