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Show begins when the director asks the audience to suggest a popular film title and then the cast, right there on the spot, improvise the "black version" of that film complete with its improvised soundtrack, dance numbers, DVD extras, audition reels & more.
The Black Version is a completely improvised show that started at The Groundlings Theatre in LA in 2010 to sold out crowds and great reviews. Rolling Stone magazine calls the show "Hot" and the cast a "Comedic A-Team", LA Weekly says the show is "Red Hot" and "Scores more than it's share of belly laughs" while the LA Times calls the show "A Winner"!
Twenty-two-year-old award-winning Canadian violinist Blake Pouliot brings an evening of classical music to Boston Court. If you have not seen Pouliot before, you will soon — in addition to his accolades and honors as a violinist, he also starred in two successful films, made numerous television appearances, and performed as keyboardist in an award-winning pop band.
Broadway actors, dancers and producers from Tony-Award winning and fan-favorite shows including South Pacific, The Producers, The Book of Mormon, Motown the Musical and Les Misérables have assembled the highest caliber of Los Angeles-based Broadway performers to offer Angelenos an intimate and heart-stopping taste of Broadway. The show features a live band, rotating program and special celebrity guests. The producers intend to continue the show on a weekly basis at W Hollywood.
Side-splitting laughs, unbelievable a cappella energy and the incomparable style of 1950s and '60s doo-wop in a live show reminiscent of the Rat Pack. America's premier doo-wop group arrives just in time for the holidays!
USC Thornton School of Music faculty member and Long Beach Opera artist Lisa Sylvester accompanies Catherine Leech as they explore folk songs rooted in European traditions with immigrant influences. Leech will sing pieces from the U.K. and France in addition to selections from the song cycle Vignettes: Ellis Island connected by original folk song material from Yugoslavia, Ireland, Romania, Germany, and Italy.
Accompanied by USC Thornton Opera conductor and music director Brent McMunn, this evocative evening of songs harken back to the golden age of Hollywood and beyond with the music of Kurt Weill, Hanns Eisler, and more.
This international composer-performer and local professor-pianist enjoys a famed "superhuman coordination" and will perform compositions featuring traditional Bulgarian arrangements offered in his most recent and acclaimed solo piano recording Tonus Peregrinus. Combining his Bulgarian music heritage and concert pianist background with contemporary composition, jazz, world music, and improvisation, Dr. Kirov has carved a thriving career as a well-known and respected artist in addition to being a locally trained professor.
This powerhouse Latin jazz ensemble ensures an electric start to summer 2018! Join us as we welcome back José Rizo and this supergroup previously seen at the Playboy Jazz Festival, Yoshi's, The Greek Theatre, and more!
Singer, master percussionist, and showman Louie Cruz Beltran will captivate, entertain, and amaze! Don't miss the chance to see this incomparable headliner in the intimate setting of the Curtis! The expected hot ticket of the season!
The festival has become one of the most anticipated grassroots cultural events in the area. At last year's festival, over 150 Skid Row artists performed or displayed their artwork to enthusiastic audiences. Many, such as Franc's Melting Pot, Unkal Bean, Gary Brown, and the Nu-Bluez Ologist, will be back, and Crushow The Last Dragon will perform a song dedicated to our MC KevinMichael Key, who died this summer. A select number of artists from outside Skid Row, including Street Symphony, Raspin Stuwart, and the Brasil Brasil Cultural Center's Capoeira group, will perform and lead workshops as well.
Festival attendees are invited to participate in the workshops and creativity stations and to give their input for Skid Row Now & 2040, a community plan in response to the Department of City Planning community plan for Skid Row. There will be creative stations for writing and painting, a guided meditation and sitting yoga workshop, and poet Jen Hofer will write letters and poems on demand.
Experience the life and music of the "Man in Black." A fun, toe-tapping trip down memory lane honoring Johnny Cash's life, music, and the boom-chicka-boom sound of his signature backing band, the Tennessee Three.
A special evening with this jazz trio led by a virtuoso left-handed bassist who has performed with countless greats including Mel Tormé, Peggy Lee, George Shearing, Woody Herman, Benny Carter, Louis Bellson, Doc Severinsen, and k.d. lang.
Los Angeles Jewish Symphony artistic director and conductor Dr. Noreen Green is known worldwide for her knowledge and skill in presenting music with Jewish themes. The symphony's work has been heard locally at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, Ford Theatres, Royce Hall, American Jewish University's Gindi Auditorium, and across the country and globe with a touring ensemble. Boston Court patrons can hear their work on this special evening and on the L.A. Jewish Symphony's recording of the oratorio Women of Valor by Andrea Clearfield.
Featuring Mark Kashper — violin, Zinovy Goro — clarinet, and Barry Gold — cello.
Join us as all 250 Young Americans cast members transform La Mirada Theatre into a winter wonderland and bring holiday cheer to theatergoers of all ages. Featuring state-of-the-art 45-foot LED walls, over 6,000 costumes, and 30 festive scene changes. Creatively produced and choreographed, these "fun for the whole family" musical numbers range from hip-hopping penguins, dancing Santas, and The Nutcracker Suite, to Toyland, The Polar Express, and Christmas choral music including Handel's Messiah.
The New Zimro Ensemble is a collective of musicians dedicated to performances of new and underperformed Jewish classical music. The ensemble of UCLA music students and recent graduates will be joined by the visiting Cracow Duo — pianist Marek Szlezer and cellist Jan Kalinowski — and guests mezzo-soprano Krysta Close and baritone Ed Levy.
Music of the Polish-Jewish experience, written during and after the Holocaust, is a repertoire in search of a wider audience. The concert will feature art songs and chamber music by Alexandre Tansman, Mieczyslaw Weinberg, Krzysztof Penderecki, Szymon Laks, Jerzy Fitelberg, Józef Koffler, and Frederic Rzewski.
Featuring Susan Svrcek (piano), James Sullivan (clarinet), Jacqueline Suzuki (violin), and Lynn Angebranndt (cello).
An evening of works by Olivier Messiaen including the iconoclastic Quartet for the End of Time.
Pianist and Piano Spheres founding member Susan Svrcek has established a versatile career that encompasses critically acclaimed solo, chamber, and orchestral appearances in the United States and abroad. She is noted for her wide range of repertoire from Mozart and Beethoven to Xenakis and Boulez.
The Pope of Jocelyn Hollow is a hilarious and haunting modern epic about a tyrannical matriarch presiding over her family of Southern eccentrics, a strict regime of society standards, where love and acceptance are the stuff of myths. Granddaughter Laura Pursell wakes up one day, hellbent on shattering this "normal" tradition, going to extremes to shake them all up. You can't stop time; you can't wind it back; you can claim it as your own! This candid play navigates the imperfections of the human heart, giving us all a chance to push our own reset button.
Need a laugh this Christmas? The fruitcakes of Reduced Shakespeare Company take you on an irreverent yet heartwarming trip through the holidays. It's the Annual Holiday Variety Show and Christmas Pageant at St. Everybody's Non-Denominational Universalist Church, where all faiths are welcome because we'll believe anything! It's festive, funny, physical family fun as these Three Wise Guys send up and celebrate your favorite winter holiday traditions. Let RSC rekindle the joy, inner child, and familial dysfunction inside us all!
The stillness of the hills, the opportunity of oil, the big game with Walter Johnson and Babe Ruth, the Great Depression, the flood of 1938, the Second World War, and what life was like for Brea's earliest residents are all depicted in Tales From the Canyon: The Olinda Story.
The wild Up Collective is an experimental classical ensemble featuring a flexible band of Los Angeles musicians committed to creating visceral, thought-provoking happenings. The group, led by artistic director and conductor Christopher Rountree, unites around the belief that no music is off-limits, and that a concert space should be as moving as the music heard in it: small, powerful, and unlike anything else. Their projects are meant to bring people together, defy convention, and address the need for heart-wrenching, mind-bending experiences. Join music fans of all types for the closing event in the 2017 Fall Music Series presented by Music @ Boston Court featuring a solo concert by Matt Cook, founding member of the Los Angeles Percussion Quartet.