FOR THE RECORD: TARANTINO Extends Through 7/26
After increasing the number of weekly performances and moving to a larger venue in West Hollywood to accommodate significantly larger crowds, "For The Record: Tarantino" has become the hottest ticket in town, driving the series to add a 10-week extension. The show has attracted thousands of people already, including director Quentin Tarantino, actors and singers like Bruce Willis, Aaron Paul, Barbra Streisand, James Brolin, Demi Moore, Dylan McDermott, Adam Lambert as well as network, studio and industry executives. The popular show will also welcome new performers to the already stellar cast including Twilight's Jackson Rathbone, Broadway's Rhett George (Wicked, Memphis) and Nicci Claspell from the National Tour of American Idiot.
The show will continue to run every Thursday - Sunday at 8:00 p.m thru Saturday, July 26 with tickets ranging from $35 - $55, and can be purchased at DBAHollywood.com. While simultaneously running in Los Angeles, "For The Record: Tarantino" will also be featured at the Montreal Jazz Festival for eight performances from June 25 - 30.
"For The Record: Tarantino" features a band of performers, curated from LA's unique talent landscape, composed of movie and TV stars, Broadway alums and indie recording artists. This unlikely crew of talent has come together to create a unique rock-n-roll concert journey into the mind of one of today's most prolific filmmakers. A mash-up of Tarantino directed films brought to life through the classic soundtracks of "Reservoir Dogs," "Pulp Fiction," "Jackie Brown," "Kill Bill Vol. 1" and "Kill Bill Vol. 2," "Death Proof," "Inglourious Basterds" and "Django Unchained."
The cast features Rumer Willis, Tarantino's "Death Proof" star Tracie Thoms, Janel Parrish (Pretty Little Liars), Lindsay Pearce (Glee), Lindsey Gort (Carrie Diaries), Ginifer King (Haunted Hathaways, Broadway's Gypsy), Rhett George (Wicked, Memphis), Reign Morten (General Hospital), Constantine Rousouli (Broadway's Wicked), Patrick Mulvey (Broadway's Billy Elliot), Rogelio Douglas Jr. (Broadway's In The Heights), Corbin Reid (Broadway's American idiot), Joanna Jones, Danielle Truitt, Maiya Sykes, Laura Sperazza, Dionne Gipson, Jason Paige, James Byous, Ciaran McCarthy and Steve Mazurek.
Created by Shane Scheel, Christopher Lloyd Bratten and Anderson Davis, "For The Record: Tarantino" reinvents cabaret for a new generation. To help lead the elevated production, two-time Emmy Award winner Travis Hagenbuch serves as Lighting Designer and Emmy Award winner Matthew Steinbrenner executed the Art Direction. Longtime Broadway performer Justin Bohon (The Book of Mormon, 9 to 5, LES MISERABLES) choreographed the show. Christopher Lloyd Bratten, serves as Music Director and acclaimed Broadway Fight Director J. David Brimmer added live fight sequences. Directed and Adapted by Anderson Davis. Produced by Shane Scheel for Ad Astra Live.
The elevated DBA experience has provided enhanced production values across the board that audiences love. Besides more seats, DBA offers completely unobstructed views, improved sound and lights, an expanded 6-piece band, tiered staging, gourmet snack offerings, and a cocktail program crafted specifically for the production by esteemed mixologists Dave Kaplan and Alex Day of Proprietors LLC (co-owners of Honeycut and New York's famed Death & Co).
As a series, For The Record has been featured on CBS, Fox, ABC, CW, and NBC. The Los Angeles Times described For The Record as "searingly visceral... the movies sing!" Entertainment Weekly said the show was "cutting edge," and Los Angeles Magazine said, "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."