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Friday, March 6

Voces / Voices

Avenue 50 Studio

131 N. Avenue 50, Los Angeles, CA 90042

7:00pm

The main gallery presents Voces / Voices of the People Artists are usually at the forefront of a struggle. 2014 has given us a plethora of struggles to think about: black lives matter, LGBT equality, immigration reform, sex/wage slavery, gentrification. We have invited artists to visually discuss the issue(s) most prominent in our world. And we invite you to share with us the issues that concern you. This is an opportunity to have your voice heard. Tell us what you think. Comment forms will be available to you in the gallery, during the run of the exhibition. featuring the artwork of: Andres Montoya, Derrick Maddox, John Urquiza, Patricia Payne, Richard Turner, Frohawk Two Feathers, Eric Almanza, Norm Maxwell, Mark Vallen, Brandon Harrison, and more. Exhibit Runs: February 14, 2015 through March 7, 2015

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UMPHREY'S MCGEE

The Wiltern

Los Angeles, CA 90010

7:00pm

(3/6) Umphrey's McGee is an American progressive rock band originally from South Bend, Indiana, whose music is often referred to as "progressive improvisation", or "improg". Although the band is part of the jam band scene, like Phish and the Grateful Dead (with ever-changing setlists, improvisation, two sets per night, open taping policy, etc.), they are much more influenced musically by progressive rock artists such as King Crimson, Yes, Pink Floyd, Frank Zappa, The Mahavishnu Orchestra, and early Genesis, as well as heavy metal bands such as Iron Maiden and Guns N' Roses.

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Henry IV, Part 1

The Antaeus Theater

5112 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91601

8:00pm

Antaeus, L.A.’s classical theater ensemble, opens its 2015 season with a fully partner-cast production of William Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part I. Part comedy, part tragedy, part growing-up tale of youthful rebellion, the story of a burgeoning king remains one of Shakespeare’s most exciting histories. From drunken revelry to the bloody battlefield, Antaeus’ lean and muscular version, streamlined for a cast of 12, dives deep into the heart of the timeless question, “What does it mean to become a man?” Young Prince Hal is the son of England’s King Henry IV who usurped the crown from King Richard II. But Hal is not interested in princely matters, and wastes his time in taverns with the lower classes — particularly a bunch of rowdy, drunken thieves, presided over by the fat, merry and wanton knight, Sir John Falstaff. When his father’s crown is threatened by a rebellion, young Hal is forced to forsake his dissolute and bawdy ways and return home to defend the kingdom. March 5-May 3

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