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Sunday, April 27

BUBBLEMANIA: COMEDY WITH A DRIP!

James Armstrong Theatre

3330 Civic Center Drive, Torrance, CA 90503

2:00pm

Come early and take part in an art project provided by Art To Grow On Children’s Art Center, Inc.
Featuring Casey Carle, a bubble artist extraordinaire who has “burst” onto stages all over the world with a flair for showmanship and infectious energy for bubbling – from the intricate to the massive.
Come see the beauty, wonder and fun of bubbles as Casey Carle brings his amazing one-man show combining spontaneous comedy, jazz music and brilliant bubbling to the Armstrong Theatre. Among the many featured skills are fantastic fog-filled bubble sculptures, blobs of helium-filled foam, bubble ping-pong, trapping an audience member (or two?) inside a gigantic soap bubble and thousands of bubbles filling the stage. Amazement and amusement for ages 5 through 95.
“A true master of his craft” --- Cirque du Soleil
“A one-man phenomenon” --- Austin Statesman
“Ephemeral masterpieces out of thin soap” --- Boston Globe

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Monday, April 28

Tuesday, April 29

HAMMER PRESENTS: SLUT

Hammer Museum

10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024

7:30pm

Co-presented by Equality Now

JOEY Del Marco. SIXTEEN. Empty ABSOLUT bottle. Luke, GEORGE, Tim. Back of a CAB. RIPPED underwear. HANDS everywhere. NO!

Inspired by experiences of the teen cast members, the critically acclaimed new play SLUT explores the sexual assault and shaming of a 16-year-old girl. Through Joey’s story, and those of girls in her community, we witness the damaging effects of slut culture and the importance of being heard. Developed by the Arts Effect All-Girl Theater Company. Written by Katie Cappiello and directed by Cappiello and Meg McInerney.

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Wednesday, April 30

HAMMER PRESENTS: A Fusion of Senses: Poetry, Music, Dance and Visual Arts in Paris (1880-1914)

Hammer Museum

10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024

7:30pm

Co-presented with the UCLA Department of French and Francophone Studies and the UCLA Department of Music

Organized by Sonnets & Sonatas, a UCLA series of lectures, this evening of readings, screenings, and musical performances is meant to evoke a period of time when artists, musicians, and poets were merging different art forms. This program includes the works of Debussy, Saint-Saëns, Satie, and Boulanger; popular waltzes by Chaminade or Jaëll; and songs of Paris cabarets of the Belle Époque. Lecture by Laure Murat, professor in the UCLA Department of French and Francophone Studies. Musical direction by Guillaume Sutre, professor of violin and head of chamber music in the UCLA Department of Music.

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