FOR THE RECORD: BAZ LUHRMANN to Host 'GATSBY' Night on New Year's Eve
Get transported back to the roaring 20's as Rockwell: Table & Stage (www.rockwell-la.com) is transformed into the world of Gatsby for a one-night-only New Year's Eve extravaganza. Your evening begins with a three-course prix fixe dinner created by chefs Wayne Elias and Martin Gonzalez, followed by a performance of Rockwell's acclaimed For the Record: Baz Luhrmann, where powerhouse performers from music, stage and screen fill the space around you with iconic music and moments from Moulin Rouge, Romeo + Juliet, Strictly Ballroom and The Great Gatsby. After the show, the entire Rockwell: Table & Stage space will be magically transformed into a Gatsby era after-party featuring a live band, along with a decadent buffet and complimentary glass of champagne for the New Year's Eve champagne toast at midnight. For those who'd prefer to skip dinner and the show and go straight to flappering into the night, there's a VIP Party Only option. You will have access to a second-floor VIP salon decked in Gatsby decor, featuring a full buffet, champagne toast, balloon drop and a live band from 9:00pm until the whole party ends at 2:00am.
Premier, Regular and Partial View tickets include: a 3-course pre-fixe dinner, a ticket to For the Record: Baz Luhrmann admittance to the Gatsby-themed after-party and a complimentary champagne-toast at midnight. For ticket information please call (323) 661-6163 (ext 20) or visit www.rockwell-la.com.
Dinner begins at 6:30pm. Show begins at 8:00pm. After the show, guests will be directed to our bi-level patio area for the Gatsby party. The show room will re-open with a live band at 11PM. There will be a midnight countdown in both areas. The party runs until 2:00am.
Advanced reservations are required. Parties cannot be combined, and all seating is pre-reserved.
VIP Party Only tickets do not include the 3 course dinner or the show, but do include: admission to the show room at 11PM for live band and VIP lounge, an included buffet and a champagne toast.
Costumes are encouraged.
Conceived and created by Shane Scheel, Christopher Lloyd Bratten and Anderson Davis, For The Record: Baz Luhrmann is a spectacular retrospective of the musical magic from the Luhrmann oeuvre that brings the audience into the show against the backdrop of Verona, Paris, New York and Australia. The show stars a rotating cast from stage, screen and music performing songs from the Luhrmann films' soundtracks that include "Sparkling Diamonds," "Crazy In Love," "Lovefool," "Your Song," "Time After Time," "Like A Virgin," "When Doves Cry," "Lady Marmalade," and more. The talented singers/actors move throughout the space, bringing the show tableside, where you can also take advantage of the delicious cuisine and inventive cocktails available for purchase.
The talented cast of For The Record: Baz Luhrmann includes Rumer Willis ("The House Bunny," CW's 90210), Ginifer King (Nickelodeon's Haunted Hathaways, Broadway's Gypsy, Steel Magnolias), Janel Parrish (ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars), Nicole Parker (Fox's MADtv, Broadway's Wicked), Constantine Rousouli (Broadway's Wicked, Hairspray), Milena Govich (NBC's Law & Order, FX's Rescue Me), Jackie Seiden (Clint Eastwood's "Jersey Boys," Broadway's Hairspray), Peter Porte (CBS's The Young and the Restless), Lindsay Pearce (Fox's Glee), Derek Ferguson (NBC's Smash, Broadway's Wonderland), Danielle Truitt (Disney's The Princess and the Frog), Charissa Hogeland (Hollywood Bowl's Chicago), Joanna Jones (NBC's The Sing-Off), Jonah Platt, Tomasina Abate, Margaret M. Spirito, Steve Mazurek (Hollywood Bowl's LES MISERABLES), Ciaran McCarthy, Ben D. Goldberg, Payson Lewis (NBC's The Sing-Off), Darryl Semira (Broadway's Mamma Mia!, Spamalot), "), Joseph Morales (In The Heights), Landon Beard, Jeffrey Todd, Patrick Mulvey (Fox's The Mob Doctor, Broadway's Billy Elliot), and Jason Paige ("Blood Sweat and Tears"). For The Record: Baz Luhrmann is directed by Anderson Davis, with choreography by Derek Ferguson, musical direction by Christopher Lloyd Bratten and produced by Shane Scheel and Siobhan O'Neill.
As a series, "For The Record" has been featured on CBS, Fox, ABC, CW, and NBC. Experience what the Los Angeles Times describes as "searingly visceral... the movies sing!" Entertainment Weekly declares as "cutting edge." Los Angeles Magazine says "Not only has For the Record cemented its position as one of the most entertaining shows in Los Angeles, it also has the distinction of being one of the most daring." And Frontiers Magazine's Kevin Taft raves "This is truly a must-see this season, and I have to say this was the best theatrical experience I had all year. And I can't wait to go again."
Seating is fixed. Patrons will be assigned a seat but can adjust it when purchasing tickets online. Doors open 90 minutes prior to the show. Rockwell: Table & Stage is an intimate venue with close seating quarters, and tries to accommodate as many patrons as possible. Be prepared to make new friends. LATE SEATING POLICY: All tickets and reservations are released at scheduled showtime.
While performances at Rockwell: Table & Stage are not restricted to 21+, many of our performances do include mature content, and patrons under the age of 21 are prohibited by law from sitting in certain areas of the venue without exception. If you have persons in your party under the age of 21, please call and notify us so that we may seat your party accordingly.