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Monday, October 27

CLASSIC BROADWAY SINGS SCHWARTZ – BENEFIT FOR THE ACTORS FUND

Upstairs at Vitellos

4349 Tujunga Avenue, Studio City, CA 91604

8:00pm

A valentine to acclaimed composer Stephen Schwartz, the EVENING OF CLASSIC BROADWAY series continues with CLASSIC BROADWAY SINGS SCHWARTZ.  Spectacular singers from the Los Angeles Musical Theatre world bring their unique stylings to the Schwartz songbook, led by Musical Director Mitch Kaplan with Nate Light on Bass and Denise Fraser on Drums.  The show will be the culmination of a weekend-long celebration of Los Angeles Cabaret to benefit The Actors Fund.

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THE IMPROVISED SHAKESPEARE COMPANY

LARGO at the CORONET

366 N. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90095

8:00pm

"Downright Hilarious... Staggeringly Brilliant" - Time Out Chicago

The Improvised Shakespeare Company, the funniest and most critically acclaimed theatrical Improv troupe in the country, is coming to LARGO for one night only on October 27th. The ISC plays regularly to sold-out crowds in NYC Off-Broadway, and was recently one of the big hits of UCB’s Del Close marathon where they played to a standing room only crowd of 700+ people. The ISC tours nationally and internationally at Performing Arts Centers and has been featured at Montreal's Just for Laughs, Seattle's Bumbershoot Festival, SF Sketchfest, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival and most recently at Outside Lands in San Francisco where Sir Patrick Stewart performed with them as a special guest. The ISC has been named Chicago's best Improv group by both the Chicago Reader and the Chicago Examiner and has received a New York Nightlife Award for "Best Comedic Performance by a Group".

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Dream Boys

Echo

1822 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

8:30pm

Independent music from the west coast of Scotland has always had a kinship with psychedelic pop music from the west coast of America. Orange Juice loved The Byrds, Teenage Fanclub wanted to be in Buffalo Springfield, the Pastels adored the Electric Prunes. Dream Boys are a modern day trans atlantic love affair realized. Consisting of 3 americans and 1 scotsman, their songs have the spirit of postcard records filtered through the rural haze of the paisley underground. Pure pop with nods to New Zealand’s Flying Nun records and an aura of psychedelia akin to the Church. Their songs float around the notion of time and space, love and heartbreak, the highs and lows with a range of emotion and introspection. One can’t imagine these songs coming from any other band or from any other time other than now.

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Tuesday, October 28

Fools Logic: A Tribute to Supertramp

Upstairs at Vitellos

4349 Tujunga Avenue, Studio City, CA 91604

8:00pm

Fools Logic; An original performance inspired by the music of the iconic mega musical group, Supertramp. Fools Logic is a complete rich multimedia driven concert including interactive video throughout the entire performance with all live stellar musicianship by accomplished and experienced professionals. Fools Logic recreates the original sound of Supertramp in the 1970’s at the height of their global popularity and fame with hit after hit on radios everywhere and in the Billboard Top 40.

But that’s not all. Fools Logic injects audience participation at the perfect moments to keep people on their feet, dancing and singing along to all the amazing Supertramp chart toppers.

High energy. Perfectly paced performance. Incredibly entertaining. Exciting from start to finish.

Fools Logic is the perfect show to fill seats and make audiences cheer with either two 45 minutes sets or one continuous 110 minute performance of non-stop action.

Supertramp shaped the music of the world. Fools Logic brings it back to life with an electric bolt of energy and creativity!

Jeff Bryan-Keyboards/Guitar/Vocals
David Druxman-Bass/Vocals
Ron Hougardy-Keyboards/Vocals
Patrick Martin-Sax/Harmonica/Clarinet
Adam “Smitty” Smith-Drums/Vocals
Tom Logic-Guitar/Vocals

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Wednesday, October 29

By The Way, Jeff Garlin In Conversation with Ryan Adams

LARGO at the CORONET

366 N. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90095

7:00pm

By The Way, In Conversation with Jeff Garlin is an eavesdroppers paradise. Recorded live at Largo in LA, its a series of casual talks between the host and his most interesting show business friends. Agendas are out the window and no topics are off limits in these revealing chats.

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SpectreFest

Cinefamily

611 N. Fairfax, Los Angeles, CA

7:30pm

SpectreFest: a hand-picked look at the latest and greatest in progressive genre films and forward-thinking music from around the world that challenge our grip on reality. SpectreFest: a place where unexpected elements of the fantastic gather together — offering cold shadows, distant melodies, forgotten memories and new hauntings.

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Delta Spirit

Troubadour

West Hollywood, CA 90069

8:00pm

Acclaimed San Diego-bred five-piece Delta Spirit add fall dates to their extensive nationwide tour celebrating the release of their anticipated album Into the Wide, due September 9 via Dualtone Records. Keeping an eye toward the live experience is always essential to the band. “We just want the songs to be as epic and meaningful as possible when we play them in front of people, which is the be-all and end-all for us as a band,” says Matt Vasquez (vocals, guitar). 

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Thursday, October 30

Something Cool Jazz Festival

Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles

6101 W. Century Blvd, Los Angeles, 90045

9:00am

A Four Day Jazz Festival Celebrating The Cool School. Features Lee Konitz, Woody Herman Four Brothers with Ken Peplowski and Harry Allen, Don Menza Tribute to Stan Getz, Remembering Dexter Gordon and Wardell Gray with Ricky Woodard, Al and Zoot Revisted, Pres Conference with Frank Capp Juggernaut, Music of Lennie Tristano with Gary Foster, Alan Broadbent, Ted Brown, Music of Warne Marsh, Dave Brubeck Octet with Bill Smith, Shorty Rogers Cool and Crazy, Stan Kenton In Lighter Vein, Music of Marty Paich Deketette, Jeff Clayton, Kurt Reichenbach, Gil Evans and Ten, Gerry Mulligan Tentet with Pete Christlieb, Music of Johnny Carisi, Bobby Troup Songbook with Mark Winkler and John Proulx, Something Cool Stephanie Nakasian Sings June Christy, Bill Mays Trio Remembers Bill Evans, A Celebration of Miles Davis Kind of Blue with Bobby Shew, Music of Claude Thornhill and The Birth of the Cool and more

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Nick Jonas

Troubadour

West Hollywood, CA 90069

7:00pm

Who Jonas is now is a multi-talented artist stepping out on his own and re-

inventing himself after achieving worldwide fame with The Jonas Brothers. The 

Grammy-nominated group sold 20 million albums and toured the globe several 

times over before calling it quits in October 2013. Its youngest member has lived 

a lot of life in those years and his experiences are reflected on the album. “One 

of the interesting things about this next step was embracing another thing I love 

about singing, which is storytelling,” Jonas says. “On every song, I have a 

responsibility to tell the story and connect it to the listener.” 

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