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“You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” Coming to Burbank’s Theatre Banshee

J & J PRODUCTIONS at Theatre Banshee - Burbank - Announces January/2013 Opening Headliners Including Jimenez, Cabling, Peters, and More

The Lion In Winter Is Game On

A rip-roaring game of thrones that anchors itself to the full-throated life of a real English king, Henry II. Here be dragons who know how to breathe fire into dialogue that’s equal parts wit and menace

Colony’s First Production of Season Coming in September

BREATH AND IMAGINATION: The Story of Roland Hayes, a true story by Daniel Beaty, directed by Saundra McClain, with Musical Direction by Rahn Coleman will open in September

Edward Albee’s Occupant Sculpts Its Way Into Your Heart

Louise Nevelson is one of the most notorious sculptors of the last century, but she did not have fame and recognition until her life was half over. Edward Albee's Occupant tells her story in the 2-person play that is currently showing at the Garry Marshall Theater.

‘American Fiesta’, OLE!

American Fiesta is the kind of entertainment that makes it clear why The Colony Threatre continues to be one of the nation’s top theatrical venues.

VTC’s “On The Money” Depicts Struggle Of Our Time

In a town that is largely film and television dominant, true artistry is found in a little theatre in Burbank. Situated on the corner of...

Cavalia Horses Arrive At Burbank Venue

The horses that create the Cavalia Spectacular Show arrived on Thursday and their handlers couldn't be more happy to see their partners. The horses...

Inside Out Shows What a Show’s All About

From the intimate stage of the Grove Theater Center, six women gave us one sassy session of entertainment therapy

“Moon Over Buffalo” A Shining Success

Their humor grows so effortlessly from their characters’ memorable personalities that we easily forget how much harder it is for actors to master comedy than straight drama

Writer/Director Elizabeth Sarnoff Talks About ‘Slow Dance in Midtown’

On the opening of her recent play, Sarnoff talks about the creative process with BurbankNBeyond's Greg Simay

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Burbank Board Of Education Holds First Meeting Of 2021

The Burbank Board of Education held their first meeting of 2021 on Thursday, January 21. The Board talked about health requirements for re-opening campuses...

City Council to Consider Retaining ‘Mask Police’ Through May 2021

Council will consider spending an additional $100,000 to keep mask enforcement through May, 2021

Development Review Community Meeting Seeks Public Input for Two Upcoming Projects

Extension to a Carmax lot and the construction of a 6-story hotel on the agenda January 28