Based on the story of an Austrian concentration camp prisoner, Curt Herzstark, the moving drama is based on his real-life events and how he came to invent one of the most important inventions of our time: the handheld calculator. LA Theatre Works at the James Bridge Theater, 235 Charles E. Young Dr.; latw.orgMusiCares Person of the Year
One of Grammy weekend’s most highly anticipated happenings, the 25th annual MusiCares gala will honor Bob Dylan as Person of the Year. Artists including Willie Nelson, Neil Young, Jack White, and the Black Keys will be on hand to perform tributes to the folk icon, with proceeds benefting MusiCares’ mission to support musicians in need. Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S. Figueroa St.; musicares.orgThe Wallist Presents DanceBrazil
Acclaimed Brazilian choreographer Jelon Viera brings his celebrated 38-year-old company to this program with three performances: Viera’s Gueto, Fé do Sertão, and Búzios. Event runs from Feb. 6- Feb. 7. Feb 6, 8 p.m. Feb 7, 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Brian Goldsmith Theather, Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, 9390 N. Santa Monica Blvd. thewallis.org'The Figaro Trilogy: The Ghosts of Versailles' at the LA Opera
The Figaro Trilogy: The Ghosts of Versailles imagines a ghostly meeting between Marie Antoinette and her favorite playwright. Through March 1. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 213-972- 8001; laopera.orgHollywood Cool: The John Hamilton Archives
The Morrison Hotel Gallery will be launching a new exhibit to celebrate Hollywood and Oscar week. The gallery will be showcasing the gallery's collection of era-defining photos and images through the work of John R. Hamilton. Morrison Hotel Gallery, Sunset Marquis, 1200 Alta Loma Rd., West Hollywood, 310-881-6025YoungArts LA
Come and discover some the best young artists in the country through their special performances and exhibitions. Some of the acts during the six-day event will include a visual arts exhibition, jazz instrumental art screenings, and a classical music performance. Runs from Feb. 17-22. Tickets can be purchased here. Los Angeles Theatre Center, 514 S. Spring St.; youngarts.orgMusic Director Gustavo Dudamel's Latest Work
See beloved music director Gustavo Dudamel in action as he leads the orchestra in Antonin Dvorák’s “From the New World,” and John Adams’ California-inspired “City Noir.” Through March 8. Walt Disney Concert Hall, 323-850-2000; laphil.com
Discover what went on behind the scenes at John Legend's December/January Los Angeles Confidential cover shoot.