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PILOBOLUS Big Five-Oh!

Smothers Theatre, Pepperdine University 24255 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, CA

Pilobolus is turning 50! Since the early 1970s, this remarkable company has been wowing audiences with its irresistible mix of wit, vibrant energy, and stunning...

$25 – $55
Event Series Sunday Bird Walk

Sunday Bird Walk

Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve @ 6000 Woodley Ave, Lake Balboa, CA 91406, USA, , Los Angeles, California, 91406, United States

Our Sunday walks are easy, informative, and fun. No birdwatching expertise is required. Binoculars are (almost) a must -- loaners are available if you contact...

Ying Li, piano

Pepperdine University, Raitt Recital Hall

Renowned for her “graceful, lyrical” playing (Cleveland Classical), Chinese pianist Ying Li was the first prize winner of the 2021 Young Concert Artists Susan Wadsworth...

$28

Cirque FLIP Fabrique: Muse

Smothers Theatre, Pepperdine University 24255 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, CA

Québec-based Cirque FLIP Fabrique plays with gender roles in the eclectic Muse, a refreshing view of contemporary circus. Set to an original score and live...

$25 – $50

P-22 Celebration of Life

Griffith Park 4800 CRYSTAL SPRINGS ROAD, Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles—and the world—lost the beloved mountain lion P-22 on December 17. We will all be grappling with the loss for some time, trying to...

Free