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Thursday, March 12


Muckenthaler Cultural Center

1201 West Malvern Avenue, 1201 West Malvern Avenue, 0


Don Lucas Stolen Moments, a dazzlingly original display of Rat Pack hits, Big Band bits, and Ricky Ricardo skits, is an acerbic look at the 30-year career of entertainer Don Lucas. The show sweeps by as we follow him through highlights: on tour with Barbara Streisand, Carol Channing, Frankie Valli, The Pied Pipers, on TV, on high heels, and with conga drum in tow as the only Desi Arnaz impersonator in Los Angeles, authorized by daughter Lucie.

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Friday, March 13

Kathleen Grace

Grand Annex

434 West 6th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731


Kathleen Grace has traveled the world sharing her pure sound and eclectic music with audiences from New York to South America. Long known as one of jazz’s rising stars, Grace has now planted her jazz roots in the soil of classic country music. The result is what the SF Chronicle described as a "singer that mixes styles to create her own sound a hybrid of country, jazz and classic torch song. Her latest album No Place To Fall, has been praised for its deep musicianship and its bold aim to stretch the notoriously conservative fields of both country and jazz music. The result is an organic and exhilarating new music held together by the thread of Graces stellar sound and honest story telling. To listen to Grace is to fall long and hard into a well of wonders - Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange "Smart, alluring and evocative" - The Washington Post

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Doubt, A Parable

Repertory East Playhouse

24266 Main Street, Newhall, CA 91321


Pulitzer Prize winner at Repertory East Playhouse. The Repertory East Playhouse continues its 11th Season with the contemporary drama Doubt: A Parable. The winner of both the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and the Tony Award for Best Drama, has earned much critical acclaim. Written by John Patrick Shanley, and directed by Mark Kaplan, Doubt features Jeff Johnson, Georgan George, Alli Kelly and REP newcomer, Cherrelle Elan. "All the elements come invigoratingly together like clockwork in this provocative new play. A gripping story of suspicion, DOUBT is a lean, potent dramapassionate, exquisite ... A gripping mystery, tightly written." Time Out NY Based upon a few circumstantial details and a lot of intuition, the ultra-stern nun, Sister Aloysius Beauvier believes that one of the priests at the St. Nicholas Catholic Church and School has been molesting a 12-year-old boy named Donald Muller, the school’s only African American student. Sister Aloysius recruits a young, naive nun (Sister James) to assist her in monitoring the suspicious yet charismatic Father Flynn. She also addresses her concerns to Donald’s mother, who surprisingly is not horrified or even shocked by the allegations. (Mrs. Muller is more concerned about her son getting into high school and avoiding a beating from his dad.) The play concludes with a confrontation between Sister Aloysius and Father Flynn as she attempts to get the truth out of the priest.

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Theatre West

3333 Cahuenga Blvd. West, Los Angeles, CA 90068


In the small town of Edgar, Oklahoma in 1972, young Richard, an aspiring actor, answers an ad for work offering free college tuition as a perk. Hes going to work for Margaret Fielding, a widowed woman in a wheelchair whose limited mobility has not daunted her entrepreneurial spirit. She runs a variety of businesses, selling seeds, beans, and dispatching a taxicab. Once she was young and exquisitely beautiful, desired by more than one man. Illness, age and decay have gradually transformed her into a curmudgeon. The manipulative Margaret treats her sibling, her son, her employees, local politicos, and others abusively, even those devoted to her. Her son would like to move her from the crumbling family home to a retirement community, but she fights him tooth and nail, when shell talk to him at all. She tries to sabotage the relationship of Richard and his pretty girlfriend. Why? Can there be any ultimate redemption for Margaret and those around her? Or will things at the Fielding home just continue to fall apart? Written by Jim Beaver (of "Supernatural" and "Justified"). Directed by Mark. W. Travis.

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Saturday, March 14