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Friday, August 14

New Original Works Festival (Week Three)


631 W. 2nd St., Los Angeles, CA 90012


"The Future is NOW--For the artists, in their restless journey to create new original works, the festival has become a base camp from which to launch. And for the audiences, it's become a unique home base at which to put their fingers on the pulse of cutting-edge contemporary performance." --Los Angeles Times

Each summer REDCAT celebrates the vitality of Los Angeles' vibrant and growing community of artists making work for the stage. We transform our theater into an artist-driven creative laboratory where disciplines are challenged and blurred, traditions are re-imagined, and hybrid visions take hold.

This year's three-week festival launches nine new original works by Los Angeles dance, theater, music and multimedia performing artists. 

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Saturday, August 15

A Faery Hunt Enchantment at the Historic Los Encinos State Park

Los Encinos State Historic Park

16756 Moorpark St., Encino, CA 91436


Faery folke have been spotted at Los Encinos State Park! With their love of laughter and singing, the faeries will bring magic and wonder in this gentle show for those that are young and young at heart. Please feel free to wear your faery best wings and costumes, as the audience actually become part of the story in this interactive adventure. Groups and birthdays are welcome.

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Don't Knock the Rock: BMI Roundatble 2015


611 N. Fairfax, Los Angeles, CA


Thanks to our good friends at BMI, Don’t Knock The Rock brings you another annual edition of its enormously popular and informative live chat about music in film, packed with a roster of industry experts. This roundtable explores both the perils and the innovative solutions around clearing music for your documentary, narrative film, TV or web show. In addition, we’ll get into how musicians can both save the day and get their foot in the door (through composing, or getting their songs placed), as they help service filmmakers and music supervisors in need.

Moderated by BMI musician/songwriter, actor and Sirius/XM DJ (“Little Steven’s Underground Garage”) Michael Des Barres. Panel guests TBA.


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Watson Adventures’ Secrets of the Huntington Library Scavenger Hunt

Huntington Library

1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, 91108


Join us on a unique scavenger hunt at the Huntington Library!

Don’t call it a just a library. Call it an eye-popping mansion filled with amazing art! Call it a botanical garden of spectacular specimens, or a conservatory of exotic micro-climates, with a rain forest and a “Cloud Forest”! Treat yourself to an adventure that reveals all of the Library's quirks and secrets, from art masterpieces to nature’s marvels. Advance purchase is required via our website. Questions? Call 877-9GO-HUNT.

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Faithful Central Bible Church

Skirball Center

2701 North Sepulveda Boulevard Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90049


Faithful Central Bible Church, featuring the passionate and joyous voices of the Sacred Praise Chorale, performs hymns, Afro-American spirituals, and gospel music.
Making their way to the Skirball from Inglewood, California, the Sacred Praise Chorale appeals to audiences of all ages with their soothing melodies, complex arrangements, exuberant spirit, and inspirational messages. Founded in 2006 by composer, vocalist, pianist, conductor, and teacher Dr. Diane White-Clayton—informally known as “Dr. Dee”—the Sacred Praise Chorale has performed at a variety of venues, from Shabbat services and African American churches to the California African American Museum and the Walt Disney Concert Hall with the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony.

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Kátia Moraes with Samba Society


5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036


The unique Brazilian singer-songwriter-lyricist-painter Kátia Moraes began her career in Rio de Janeiro in the 80s with her energetic band, O Espirito da Coisa. Since then, she has performed and/or recorded with top Brazilian acts such as Sergio Mendes, Airto Moreira, Oscar Castro-Neves, Rita Lee, Elba Ramalho, Sandy and Junior, Banda Cheiro de Amor, and also with George Duke, Latin Grammy nominee Alex Acuña, and Justo Almario's Tolú, Grammy nominee "Latin Project," and German saxophonist Praful.

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