FOR THE RECORD: COEN BROTHERS Officially Opens 7/21
Show At Barre will launch its FOURTH installment in the "For The Record" series which showcases signature songs and iconic scenes from Hollywood's most legendary directors. Conceived and written by Shane Scheel and Chris Bratten, FOR THE RECORD: COEN BROTHERS will begin preview performances on Friday, July 8 and Uwill officially open on Thursday, July 21 at 9pm.
For ticket information, please call (323) 661-6163 (EXT 20) or visit: www.showatbarre.com.
Combining East Coast traditional Broadway theatrics with the style and spectacle of Los Angeles, FOR THE RECORD: COEN BROTHERS takes audiences on an emotional voyage while laughing at some of dark comedies funniest moments, clapping to energizing bluegrass tunes and fervently singing along to memorable soundtrack successes. At the same time, audiences will enjoy world class California cuisine, inventive cocktails and exceptional service.
FOR THE RECORD: COEN BROTHERS will feature songs and scenes from hit Coen Brother directed films including O Brother, Where Art Though, Fargo, Hudsucker Proxy and The Big Lebowski among others.
FOR THE RECORD: COEN BROTHERS features a rotating ensemble that stars Film, Television and Broadway actors. The cast includes Thea Brooks (Los Angeles's Jewtopia), Roberta Burke, Deborah S. Craig (Broadway's The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, ABC's "Six Degrees"), Anderson Davis (Broadways' South Pacific, Les Misérables), Rogelio Douglas Jr. (Broadway's In The Heights, Little Mermaid), Ben Goldberg, Milena Govich (NBC's "Law & Order", FX's "Rescue Me"), Daniel Hartman, Jessica Keenan Wynn (Los Angeles's Life Could Be A Dream), Ginifer King (Broadway's Gypsy, Steel Magnolias, Cyrano de Bergerac), Derek Klena (Upcoming Off-Broadway Carrie revival), Kristolyn Lloyd (CBS's "The Bold and the Beautiful"), Jeremiah Lowder, Tom Lowe (London West End's Les Misérables, Cats), Stevie Mackey, Jen Malenke (Disney's "High School Musical: Get in the Picture"), Steve Mazurek, Kate Reinders (ABC's "Work It", Broadway's Wicked, Gypsy, Good Vibrations, Into The Woods) Hunter Seagrove, Darryl Semira (Broadway's Mamma Mia!, Bombay Dreams, Spamalot), Jake Simpson (2-time "Star Search" Grand Champion), Von Smith (Fox's "American Idol"), Margaret Spirito, Haviland Stillwell (Broadways' Les Misérables, Fiddler on The Roof), Bryan Terrell Clark, Tracie Thoms (Rent, The Devil Wears Prada, CBS's "Cold Case", Broadway's Rent), Danielle Truitt (Disney's "The Princess and the Frog").
Experience what the Los Angeles Times describes as "searingly visceral... the movies sing!" and Entertainment weekly declares as "cutting edge". The "For The Record" series occurs year round and is perfect for first dates, celebrating special occasions, entertaining visitors and having a great time. Previous series installments have included "For The Record: Quentin Tarantino," "For The Record: John Hughes," and "For The Record: Baz Luhrmann."
ABOUT SHOW AT BARRE
Immerse yourself in nightlife of substance. This 360-degree theatrical concert and dining experience is a one-of-a kind Hollywood night. World-class performances, inventive cuisine/cocktails and exceptional service combine to create a new generation supper club. A source you can trust for exposure to visionary work, people of character, and a consistently dynamic environment. Bring an open mind and your party shoes.Guests are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy BARRE vt's world class California cuisine, inventive cocktails and exceptional service. BARRE vt is part of the Vermont/Rockwell Restaurant complex on the corner of Hollywood and Vermont. Valet parking is available behind the restaurant. UFOR THE RECORD: COEN BROTHERS will be performed through Saturday, September 24, 2011 at Barre, VT (1714 N. Vermont Ave. in Los Feliz.) on the following schedule: Thursday - Saturday at 9:00pm.UTickets are $25 and may be purchased by phoning (323) 661-6163 (EXT 20) or visit: www.showatbarre.com. Online advance tickets are strongly encouraged. Tickets (if available) can be purchased at the door one hour prior to show time.