Lula Washington Dance Theatre

Top Artist to Look Out For in 2024 – Myko Lyric

A key characteristic in all legendary artists is their vulnerability; their music reflects a universal stage for deep emotions to spread feverishly. Myko Lyric created melodic poetry through her five-song, penta-genre EP, “Songs from my Suitcase,” showcasing a truth felt deep within the soul.  

Lula Washington Dance Theatre Plans Urban Gospel Celebration

The Lula Washington Dance Theatre will present its Second Annual August Quarterly, Urban Gospel Celebration – Faith & Resilience, on Sunday, August 14, at 2 p.m., at the Lula Washington Dance Theatre Outdoor Performance Space, 3773 Crenshaw Blvd., in Los Angeles.

Art Comes Alive at St. Elmo Village 50th Anniversary

Founded in 1969 by the late Rozzell Sykes, the community center has become a cultural landmark for its enduring promotion of arts education through workshops and cultural events. In recognition of reaching the half-century mark, scores of supporters from throughout the city attended the street festival.

Dance @ The Wallis

Now- Jan. 13 Internationally recognized for its unique blend of African, Afro-Caribbean, modern, street dance and jazz techniques, the Lula Washington Dance Theatre (LWDT)—founded in 1980 and considered one of the premier African-American arts institutions on the West Coast—makes its Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts debut featuring three different programs that celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. over the course of three evenings in the Bram Goldsmith Theater on January 11 – 13, 2018. Single tickets are now available for $45 – $125. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit, call 310.746.4000, or

Young Dancer, Stunt Artist Fights for His Life & Career After Fall

According to Ms. Williams, Josh’s injuries are extensive; he needs repair of the popliteal artery that was only partially repaired, a torn peroneal nerve; every part of the knee was torn, ACL, PCL, Meniscus, LCL, and torn tendons in the thigh and leg.  According to Mrs. Williams, early on, Josh’s prognosis was so bleak, that doctors in Virginia told her there was nothing left to do, and to possibly find a nursing home for Josh to live in there.  “We, in turn, had a medical airplane fly him back to California, where he was admitted into Cedar Sinai, said Mrs.