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Tuesday, March 31

The Music Center Presents the Spotlight Grand Finale Performance

Walt Disney Concert Hall

Los Angeles, CA 90012

12:30pm

Dont miss Southern Californias brightest young talent as they perform in Walt Disney Concert Hall. Hosted by Jenna Elfman, this will be a spectacular evening of performances from the Grand Prize Finalists of Spotlight, a program of The Music Center that identifies, engages and supports high school artists in dance, voice, acting and music. Witness, cheer and support young artists today!

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Crow Fair: Stories

ALOUD @ Central Library

630 W. Fifth St., Los Angeles CA, CA 90071

7:15pm

In his first collection in nine years, McGuane confirms his status as a modern master of Big Sky country. With a comic genius that recalls Mark Twain, and his own beautiful way with words, McGuane (The Bushwacked Piano, Gallatin Canyon, Ninety-two in the Shade) offers a jubilant and thunderous new batch of stories about life’s complicated nature from the wilds of Montana. Join us for a reading and conversation with one of America’s most deeply admired storytellers.

Reservations recommended. Please see website for reservation policy.

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The Music Center Presents the Spotlight Grand Finale Performance

Walt Disney Concert Hall

Los Angeles, CA 90012

7:30pm

The Music Center Presents the Spotlight Grand Finale Performance
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 | 7:30 p.m.
Walt Disney Concert Hall at
The Music Center

Tickets: $10

Don’t miss Southern California’s brightest young talent as they perform in Walt Disney Concert Hall.

Hosted by Jenna Elfman, this will be a spectacular evening of performances from the Grand Prize Finalists of Spotlight, a program of The Music Center that identifies, engages and supports high school artists in dance, voice, acting and music.

Witness, cheer and support young artists today!

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Wednesday, April 1

Self/Split: Performance and Poetry from Asian Diasporas

University Park Campus Ground Zero Performance Cafe

615 Childs Way, Los Angeles, 90089

12:00pm

In Asian America, immigrations physical and social dislocations often rub up against cultural invisibility and conservative social mores. Confronting issues of queerness, cultural displacement and immigrant identity, Self/Split brings together four renowned Asian diasporic artists for an evening of live performances and discussion. Nicolas Wong is a queer, Chinese, Hong Kongbased poet who uses poetry to examine his multiple communities; political theatre artist and writer DLo combines hip hop and humor to capture his reality as a transgender Tamil American artist; Sam Chanse, a multiracial playwright and performer, inhabits different characters in her solo performances as a way of exploring the multiplicity of identity; and Chiwan Choi, called the Jay-Z of poetry (LA Weekly) spins new mythologies while exploring personal history and loss. Following their performances, the artists will discuss the intersections of creative process and identity with USC professor Meiling Cheng.

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