Dubbed Broadways Last Leading Man by The New York Times, Brian Stokes Mitchell has enjoyed a rich and varied career on Broadway, television and film, in the recording studio and in concert performances. On his most recent record, Simply Broadway, Stokes powerhouse baritone brings storytelling and drama to great heights on favorite classics of the Broadway canon, from Camelot, Porgy and Bess and Company to Man of La Mancha, South Pacific and Les Misrables.
949 N. Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
11:00am to 2:00pm
Discover ancient traditions, experimental art, and the mysterious Mr. Lee!
In CityRace Urban Adventure Hunts, teams of 2 to 4 players solve fun & challenging clues leading them on a 3-hour hunt through one of L.A.'s many diverse neighborhoods. Teams will crack codes, solve challenging puzzles, uncover little-known facts and more... all while racing against other teams to be first to the finish with the most correct answers!
Get ready for an exciting clue-solving adventure through one of the city’s most colorful, diverse and historic districts. You'll search for clues throughout this lively neighborhood of contrasts: discover ancient traditions alongside experimental art; explore picturesque alleyways and traditional temples, bustling shops and hidden courtyards. You'll also be sent on two challenging Mini-Quests, where you must successfully complete a series of unique tasks to win extra bonus points. Discover the sights, smells and sounds of Asia...all right here in Los Angeles!
600 State Drive Exposition Park, Los Angeles, CA 90037
Black History Month: Carter G. Woodson African American History Series, 2016 African American Politicians During Reconstruction. Reconstruction (1863–1875) yielded the active participation of African Americans (including thousands of former slaves) in the political, economic, and social life of the South. Some 2,000 African Americans held public office from the local level all the way up to the U.S. Senate. Learn more about the pioneering African American Reconstruction politicians who held office in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. RSVP preferred at 213.744.2024.
5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 92656
Pianist Alexandria Le performs Bach/Busoni: Chaconne in D minor and Moussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition.
Acclaimed as a “passionate and involved player…who is so adept at painting tonal pictures” by New York Concert Review, American pianist Alexandria Le enjoys a multi-faceted career. The broad scope of her work has brought her to perform in the world’s most prestigious venues, like Carnegie Hall, to the farthest-reaching places where music is needed most, like the jails of Rikers Island. A native of Las Vegas, she garnered 16 first-prize awards in Southern Nevada, performed live broadcast performances over KNPR-Las Vegas, and performed with all of Las Vegas’s regional orchestras before graduating high school from the Las Vegas Academy. After winning the prestigious Pro Musicis International Award in 2011 and joining a distinguished roster of artists, she debuted as soloist in Carnegie Hall to glowing reviews and joined as a pianist in Carnegie Hall’s highly prolific resident ensemble, ACJW. She has been seen performing regularly in New York City venues like Carnegie Hall, Trinity Wall Street, (le) Poisson Rouge, Subculture NYC, and Spectrum. A winner of the 2012 Emerson String Quartet’s Ackerman Chamber Music Competition, she is a sought-after collaborator and has enjoyed performing an extensive range of work with members of the world’s leading ensembles and acclaimed instrumental soloists. Additionally, she has held exclusive collaborative piano positions at the Banff Centre of the Arts in Canada.
3126 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, 90057
Curate This 2 is the second annual exhibition highlighting the artwork of well-respected Los Angeles Artist/Curators presented by The Gabba Gallery from February 6 to February 26, 2016. The 2000 sq. ft. Gabba Gallery will be filled with the work of contemporary Los Angeles tastemakers who both create and curate art.
“These talented artists are also the curators whose influence is being felt in many galleries in Los Angeles today. Having the work of these minds together under one roof annually is a great record of L.A.’s place in the landscape of the art world.” - Jason Ostro
The energy of transformation is predominant in this showing of artwork, with explosions of color and explorations of form. The viewer is compelled forward from room to room, and reflective of Los Angeles itself, the diversity of the work generates both jarring juxtapositions and, ultimately, improbably harmony. Artists such as critic, writer, and curator Shana Nys Dambrot, artist/curator Mitchelito Orguiola and Agapito Doronio of Collective Aesthetics are among those included in this survey.
The artists included in Curate This 2 are contemporary Los Angeles-based curator/artists selected by Gabba Gallery curators Jason Ostro and Phil Santos as a testament to their vision for the Los Angeles art scene. Artists include: A.S. Ashley, Agapito Doronio, Britt Harrison, Dani Dodge, Daniel Rolnik, David Brady, David Cedeño, Huss Hardan, Jason Ostro, Juri Koll, Kat Monroe, Daniella Batsheva , Kristine Schomaker, Lisa Derrick, Mark Farina, Mark Satterlee, Mark Waldman, Mitchelito Orquiola, Nathan Cartwright, Osceola Refetoff, Peter Goode, Phil Santos, Radhika Hersey, Dicapria, Shana Nys Dambrot, Skye Amber Sweet, Ted Meyer.
Curate This 2 opens on February 6, 2016 and will be on view through February 26, 2016. A reception for the artists with renowned DJ Mark Farina (whose work is in the show) will take place on Saturday, February 6, from 7 - 11 p.m. and is sponsored by Blick on Beverly, Hubert’s and Perrier.
1030 W. 37th St., Los Angeles, 90007
Book and Lyrics by Bertolt Brecht. Music by Kurt Weill. English adaptation by Marc Blitzstein. Directed by Andrew J. Robinson.
A seamy underworld of hoodlums, prostitutes and back-stabbers are our storytellers in this savage, biting commentary on modern morality. This legendary play with music includes unforgettable songs, including “Mack the Knife” and “Pirate Jenny.”
Performance Dates and Times:
Saturday, February 6, at 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, February 7, at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, February 17, at 7 p.m.
Thursday, February 18, at 7 p.m.
Saturday, February 27, at 8 p.m.
Sunday February 28, at 2:30 p.m.
Friday, March 4, at 7 p.m.
Saturday, March 5, at 2:30 p.m.
3269 Casitas Ave., Atwater Village, CA 90039
A funny, sexy and unconventional romance with music. Witty, raw, racy, spanning 10 years in less than 90 minutes and featu. ring original songs, BED explores issues of love, abandonment and betrayal through the unique and inimitable lens of playwright Sheila Callaghan. Feb. 6 – March 13.
1822 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026
LSD & THE SEARCH FOR GOD return to PTP for the first time in ages, armed with with an arsenal of new tracks from the band's upcoming single and LP. For fans of feedback drenched fuzzy noise bliss ala' Spacemen 3, MBV and, of course, The Telescopes.