International Entertainment Event Calendar March 2017
Published: Sunday, February 19th, 2017
Submissions to the Actors Reporter Event Calendar are received from around the world. On-going events, film festivals, competitions, dinner theatre, small theatre, concerts, contests, vacation destinations, and much more:
Through 19th March – The Broad – This examination of different approaches to figuration and self-representation takes over the Broad’s first floor more than 50 mostly post-’80s works. Local artist Thomas Houseago’s imposing 15-foot-tall Giant Figure (Cyclops) sculpture, in its U.S. debut, sits at the exhibition’s entrance. The rest of the show compiles a range of human figures, from Jean-Michel Basquiat’s primitivist profiles to Alex Israel’s selfie-shaped canvases, plus more than 25 other artists, including Leon Golub, Jenny Holzer, Jeff Koons, Georg Baselitz, Takashi Murakami and Andy Warhol. Los Angeles, California
4th February – 20th April – Lost Egypt: Ancient Secrets, Modern Science – Through hands-on challenges, authentic artifacts and guidance from archaeologists, this interactive exhibit will unearth the mysteries of Egypt, its culture and people. Don’t miss the human and animal mummies and the chance to sit on an almost life-sized camel! Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Lost Egypt
11th February – 26th March – 20th Annual Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale. Autry Museum of the American West. Los Angeles.
1st March – 28th April – AFAN Youth Art Month Exhibit. Arts for All Nevada at the Lake Mansion will be filled with colorful and imaginative children’s artwork as part of the annual nationally celebrated Youth Art Month. Reno, NV.
2nd – 12th – Festival of the Arts Boca – This annual eclectic 10-day event always features the finest in music, dance, film and authors. Boca Raton, Florida.
Festival of the Arts Boca
3rd March – Laluzapalooza31. La Luz de Jesus Gallery. Gigantic annual juried group exhibition. Los Angeles.
La Luz de Jesus
3rd – 12th March – North Lake Tahoe Snowfest! Every spring since 1982, North Lake Tahoe comes alive with fun-filled days and nights, jam packed with events and activities for all ages. SnowFest celebrates life in the High Sierra and features parades, fireworks, Polar Bear Swim, Iditarun, Snowfest! Queen, pancake breakfast and much more. North Lake Tahoe.
North Lake Tahoe Snowfest
4th March – 29th Annual NW Florida Forestry Conclave & Lumberjack Festival. Get your jeans and flannel shirts ready! Bluegrass music, nature & wildlife exhibits, firefighting equipment demonstrations, food and children’s activities. Learn about the environmental degree programs offered by Pensacola State and the University of Florida at the Milton campus. Forestry competitions include knife throwing, axe throwing, log roll, bow sawing, cross cut, pulpwood toss and more. Free Tree Seedlings – All Day. Pensacola, FL.
NW Forestry Conclave & Lumberjack Festival
16th March – This charming and cheekily named singing string quartet has been honing its craft all over the world for the past few years. In their latest set the boys share selections from their new album, Popssical, which includes their take on the likes of Beethoven, Ravel and Taylor Swift. Singer-songwriter Anne Steele is the special guest at their City Winery debut. New York.
17th March – St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at the Farmers Market. Celtic music and world-famous corned beef and cabbage, green beer and St. Pat cookies. Los Angeles.
Farmers Market LA
17th March – It’s time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2017—NYC-style. One of the biggest NYC events in March is the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which marches along Fifth Avenue, and passes by venerable New York attractions, including St. Patrick’s Cathedral and one of the best NYC parks, Central Park.
New York City St. Patricks Day Parade
30th March – The SFJAZZ Collective is an all-star award-winning jazz ensemble comprising eight of the finest performers/composers at work in jazz today. Each season the Collective focuses its repertoire on a different modern master, and this season the octet will be exploring the music of Miles Davis.
On-going: Hollywood Forever Cemetery Movie Screenings. 6000 Santa Monica Blvd., (323) 469-1181. Cemetery movie screenings during Summer months on select Sat & Sun nights thru Sept at 8:30pm. Visit Hollywood Forever Cemetery Movie Screenings for more information about the schedule. Hollywood, California
On-going: Griffith Park Outdoor Movies in Griffith Park next to The Autry, 4700 Western Heritage Way. Free parking. Dog Friendly. Food Trucks, Live music.
On-going: Every Sunday – 9AM to 5PM – Rain or Shine. The Melrose Trading Post LAs favorite flea market. On the Campus of Fairfax High School, Parking entrance at Clinton and Fairfax. 7850 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California
Melrose Trading Post
On-going: Things are heating up in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Pool parties, comedians, DJs, concerts, UFC 160 and more! Start your summer early.
You can book your entire trip – hotel, flight and shows – at the one and only LasVegas.com
On-Going: Tommy Guns Garage Dinner Theatre
CHICAGO’S LONGEST RUNNING AUDIENCE INTERACTIVE DINNER SHOW
Tommy Guns Garage
2114 South Wabash, Chicago, Illinois
On-going: Metropolitan Room – Internationally Acclaimed Jazz Cabaret
The World Capital of Cabaret.
34 West 22nd Street, New York City
Metropolitan Room – It’s where the action is!
This Flatiron “class act” aims to revive the “golden age of cabaret” as “up-and-coming stars” and “renowned performers” alike take the stage in an “intimate” room with “great acoustics”; run with “professionalism” by a “gracious staff”, it’s “worth every penny” for a “sophisticated” night out. – ZAGAT 2014
FOR TICKETS : MetropolitanRoom.com
FOR RESERVATIONS: 212.206.0440
The Billings Studio Theatre, Billings, Montana
Welcome to Billings Studio Theatre. Box Office Summer Hours Tuesday – Friday 10:00am – 4:00pm.
1500 Rimrock Rd, Billings, Montana 59102 / (406) 248-1141
The Billings Studio Theatre
The Florida Theatre
Located in downtown Jacksonville; listing of coming concerts and plays.
128 E Forsyth St, Jacksonville, FL 32205 / (904) 355-5661
On-going: Welcome to the site of the Texas Theatre, the historic and newly-renovated movie theatre in Dallas, Texas. Visit the site for event and movie showtime
231 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, Texas 75208 / (214) 948-1546
The Texas Theatre
On-going: Broadway World
A theatre resource featuring news, message boards, video previews, show information, photos and biographies. BroadwayWorld.com is the The #1 Web Site for Broadway, Theatre, and Live Entertainment Around the World!
On-going: Think Hollywood in California is the only place with fun events?
Check out Visit Hollywood Florida to stay current on South Florida’s ever-changing entertainment, events and Hollywood’s unique style and local flavor.
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