8001 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90046
8:00pm to 10:00pm
Comedy for a Cure at The Laugh Factory
Wednesday, March 4th at 8PM
Calling Action! To Fight Pediatric Cancer
Join us for a fun night of comedy at the famous Laugh Factory in #Hollywood! Cancer is the #1 disease-related cause of death of children in the U.S., with your help we can change that.
Seating is limited -- Purchase tickets in advance www.laughfactory.com/clubs/hollywood/date/2015-03-04
An amazing line-up of Hollywood's funniest comedians to include:
Pete Holmes- The Pete Holmes Show, Conan, Fallon
Neal Brennan Comedy- Co- creator of Chappelle's Show
Iliza Shlesinger -Last Comic Standing Season 6 winner, Comedy Special-- Freezing Hot is now on Netflix
Steve Agee- The Sarah Silverman Project on Comedy Central
STAY TUNED for more comedians to be announced.
-Win some awesome prizes in our raffle!
-Valet parking available for $7.
One lucky raffle winner will win tickets to Variety's Power of Comedy show! The honored comedian at the 2014 show was Aziz Ansari, with past honorees including Amy Poehler and Jimmy Kimmel. Other performers this past year includes Jerrod Carmichael, Tig Notaro, Nick Kroll, Rory Scovel, Moshe Kasher and Joe Mande. This prize is PRICELESS!
All ticket proceeds will benefit the non-profit organization, Lights. Camera. Cure.
Lights. Camera. Cure. raises money and awareness for pediatric cancer patient support and research. To learn more please visit… www.lightscameracure.com.
6760 Painter Ave, Whittier, CA 90601
Adapted and directed by Gil Gonzalez, Associate Professor of Theatre & Communication Arts Shakespeare’s pastoral comedy is believed to have been written in 1599 or early 1600 and first published in the First Folio, 1623. Unable to act on their feelings and forced into exile in the Forest of Arden, lovers Rosalind and Orlando become entangled in a beguiling game of love, lust and mistaken identity. As You Like It subverts the traditional rules of romance. Gender roles, nature and politics are confused in a play that reflects on how bewildering yet utterly pleasurable life can be. (Royal Shakespeare Company).
631 West 2nd St, Los Angeles, 90012
Southland Ensemble, L.A.’s fast-rising experimental music collective, offers an intense portrait concert of the early oeuvre of Robert Ashley (1930–2014), a restless innovator of American music. Although the composer is best known for his later operas and theatrical works, the group focuses on a collection of seldom-performed compositions from the 1960s— work thought to be more conceptual than musical. The ensemble sets out to demonstrate otherwise. Its program features the iconic pieces She Was a Visitor (1967) and The Wolfman(1964) alongside lesser-known, though equally strong, titles such as Trios (White on White) (1963) and the In memoriam... trilogy (1963). Started in 2013, Southland Ensemble consists of co-directors Eric KM Clark and Christine Tavolacci and core members Casey Anderson, Matt Barbier, Orin Hildestad, James Klopfleisch, Jonathan Stehney and Cassia Streb.
3550 Trousdale Pkwy, Los Angeles, 90089
These artists have provided the only visual documentation of some of the most historic moments in our history.Bill Kurtis, former CBS news anchor and host of A&Es American Justice Legendary defendants, sensational trials, big-time lawyers and courtroom dramaeach visualized for the masses by courtroom artists with exclusive access. Hear the stories behind the headlines that transfixed and transformed our society in an evening of art, law, history and news highlighting the work of three award-winning courtroom illustrators. While working for every major network and news organization, artists Elizabeth Williams, Bill Robles and Aggie Kenny have covered hundreds of trials, including those of Charles Manson, O. J. Simpson, John Gotti, Michael Jackson, Martha Stewart, Patty Hearst, Jerry Sandusky and Bernard Madoff. The artists, in conversation with award-winning television correspondent and USC Annenberg professor Judy Muller, as well as faculty members specializing in law and fine art, will discuss what its like to view and record history in the making by going where cameras cannot. What is the reasoning behind allowing artists to record a trial instead of photographers? How does the artist develop an unbiased eye? How do journalists work with artists? Does this type of reporting affect the way a lawyer presents a case? The conversation will cover these and other topics of ethics, respect for diversity and fairness.
7:30pm to 9:00pm
Combine jazz and hip-hop with modern and traditional Indian dance and you get the energetic sounds and movements of Bollywood. Twirl, twist and step with Achinta S. McDaniel and dancers from Blue13 Dance Company who make it easy to pick up the moves of this popular dance.
JAM Sessions invite you to share the stage with the artists and each other to collectively dance to the beat, play a new instrument and experience something unexpected! All JAM Sessions are FREE, and all ages and skill levels are welcome.
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. JAM Sessions are participatory and centered around movement and music.
Part of the Thursdays@Newhall ArtSLAM, the first Thursday of every month, March to October. Come early for art galleries, food trucks, a beer garden, and community booths! ArtSLAM starts at 6:00 PM.
631 West 2nd St, Los Angeles, 90012
Celebrated for bringing an airy, bright, thoroughly original instrumental palette to its blend of 21st-century acoustic chamber music, improvisation and free jazz, the quartet led by ace percussionist and composer Brad Dutz first came together at REDCAT 10 years ago. It features Dutz on marimba, vibes and all manner of hand percussion, Brian Walsh on clarinet and bass clarinet, Paul Sherman on oboe and English horn, and Chris Votek on cello, with their precise yet fluid contrapuntal work conjuring a vibrant sound like no other. Even as Dutz, one of the most sought-after session percussionists in L.A., forgoes the conventional grooves in favor of color and texture, the band always stirs up a brisk, propulsive swing.