The two plays that have ushered in the new year of Armenian theater could not be more different than one another.
The Armenian Pops Orchestra, conducted by Greg Hosharian, will perform on Sunday, March 26 at The Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena.
Exhibit “Heartstrings: Embracing Armenian Needlelace, Embroidery, and Rugs,” will open on Feb. 11 in at the Lynn Museum in Lynn, Massachusetts.
Over 100 supporters attended Armenian Educational Foundation’s Inaugural Oratorical Contest on February 4, 2107, at the historic American Legion in Pasadena, California.
On March 10, 2017, the All-Armenian Student Association will be hosting their annual “Artivism” event.
“She Loves,” a contemporary-art exhibition featuring the works of close to 45 artists, will open on February 10 at the Honeypot Studio in Downtown Los Angeles.
The LARK Musical Society and Armenian Missionary Association of America will present Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem on March 4, 2017 at the First United Methodist Church in Pasadena, California.
Armenian American actor Mike Connors (born Krekor Ohanian) passed away on January 26 after being diagnosed with leukemia a week earlier.
The film The Other Side of Home, which is under consideration for an Academy Award for short documentary, was shown to film industry members, including members of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, at New York’s Soho House.
The sequel to the humorous crowd-pleasing “Where Is Your Groom? (Pesad Oor Eh)” will debut on Sunday, March 26, 2017 at Miller Theatre, a prestigious performing arts center in Manhattan.