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Run Type: Limited Run
Market: Los Angeles
Previews: November 21, 2003
Closing: January 25, 2004

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135 N Grand Ave
Los Angeles,CA90012

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by A.A. Cristi - Sep 4, 2019
Single Carrot Theatre kicks off Season 12 with Rajiv Joseph's powerful play Mr. Wolf, which opens on Friday, September 13. The cast brings together multiple new faces to Single Carrot from the Baltimore theatre community, as well as reunites a creative team from past seasons.
by Chris Struck - Sep 29, 2019
Alexa Ray Joel brings a blend of classics and new originals to her latest stint at Cafe Carlyle. She combines tributes to Ray Charles, Nina Simone, and Billy Joel, alongside her latest new songs.
by Stephen Sorokoff - Sep 28, 2022
Clint Holmes has had a long and storied career.  He continues to be one of the most electrifying performers on the planet.  As crowed many times before, Clint’s voice, phrasing, physicality, and apple watch like jazz time are extraordinary.  When these unique skills are applied to his current show titled “Between The Moon And New York City”, the songbook and life of Peter Allen are given an original and inspired new take.
by Christian Gill - Sep 23, 2022
That's the truth I'm hoping to be a part of. I'm hoping to be a part of a movement where the face of black men isn't just always so frownish. They're just more opportunities to see men as fathers who love the opportunity to be a father. I'm hoping that the writing gives that opportunity for us to see a black man enjoying being both a husband and a father and his voice in the community and what that meant and how reverberated in his community. That's important to me.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 23, 2020
The Rhode Island Philharmonic returns with new, innovative virtual and live offerings for the Orchestra and Music School.  In these unprecedented times, the presence of music in people's lives is more important than ever.  For this reason, The Rhode Island Philharmonic will continue its mission to enrich and transform the state and the region through great music performance and education. 
by Steve Murray - Sep 12, 2021
Re-starting theatre after the pandemic shutdown is a bit of a challenge; theatregoers are still wary of live performances and seating is limited. Not a sustainable outlook, but it is encouraging that companies are proceeding and hopefully the outlook will improve. SF Playhouse's choice of presenting a reworking of David Shire and Richard Maltby, Jrs. 1976 musical revue Starting Here, Starting Now is successful in its modern gender bending embellishments and economy of scale.
by Joe Lombardi - Oct 3, 2019
'If you want to know what's wrong with this country, go ask a jazz musician.'  Jaymes Jorsling's new play (A)loft Modulation is a lot like jazz.  Some sections are scintillating, magical and transporting while others are elongated and incongruous.  Patience, however, will reward those who travel this path.  A fascinating time capsule view into a vivid and complicated world of artists, dreams, demons and drugs awaits.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 22, 2019
DACAMERA's 2019a?"20 season continues its jazz series with saxophonist Branford Marsalis at the Cullen Theater, Wortham Theater Center on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020, at 8 p.m. The NEA Jazz Master, Grammy Award-winner and Tony Award- nominee returns to the DACAMERA stage alongside the quartet he has led for the past three decades. 
by Zofeen Maqsood - Nov 19, 2019
Teamwork Arts' Jazz India Circuit is back with its 2019 edition featuring path-breaking contemporary jazz musicians from India and around the world
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 16, 2020
Musical artistry at its best, this holiday cd isn't about any one religion, faith, or cultural upbringing. It's about humanity and hope, be it for the holiday or the upcoming year.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 7, 2021
The National Center for Choreography at The University of Akron has announced the premiere of a collection of short dance films by Cara Hagan (Boone, NC/Australia) and her artistic collaborators as part of NCCAkron's Community Commissioning Residency..=
by Kaitlin Milligan - May 20, 2020
New York based American - Ecuadorean singer & actor Cristina Morrison, went back to Ecuador in December to spend some time there and develop new projects but since March she has been caught living under a strict Covid 19 country lockdown installed by the government, including a curfew which starts daily at 2pm.
by Steve Murray - May 2, 2019
BWW Review: JAZZ at Marin Theatre Company is Nambi E. Kelley's ambitious adaptation of Toni Morrison's tribute to the musical genre and African-American culture.
by Michael Major - Mar 8, 2022
Witty troubadour Jeremy Ivey has shared a lyric video for the new track “Keep Me High” today featuring a collage he created; a song about letting one woman go for another that treats you better, listen and watch below. Plus, check out upcoming tour dates with Mike Campbell and the Dirty Knobs and Margo Price.
by Ariana Straznicky-Packer - Mar 30, 2022
On February 19, 2022, I had the opportunity to perform with Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra (ECSO) in the world premiere of Scattering, a ground-breaking electroacoustic piece that explores two of today's most prominent world events: the Covid-19 pandemic and the death of George Floyd, all the while including a brand new instrument especially designed for the orchestra conductor to wear on his wrist, performing alongside the musicians. In the months prior to the performance, the ECSO recorded small excerpts which the composer, Joseph Butch Rovan, then analyzed and reimagined, changing the sound entirely and making it coordinate with a special wrist-worn device during the live performance. The device, called TOSHI (The Orchestra Synthesis Human Interface) was expertly worn by its namesake, Toshi Shimada, the ECSO conductor. The piece continues to break barriers with not only the invention of a new instrument, but by making it one that the conductor wears to make him a performer alongside the symphony musicians. Furthermore, the device communicates with the composer’s laptop at the back of the audience, sending out a variety of sounds (including the sound of a person exhaling) through the surround system at the theater. After learning about this novel work, I wanted to learn more, so I sat down with the conductor and composer just before the premiere.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 30, 2021
Outside in Music has announced the release of esteemed guitarist Adam Moezinia's first album as a bandleader, Folk Element Trio. A celebration of global folk traditions and the influence that the composer derives from them, this exciting new release features elements of Beninese, Malian, Welsh and American folk music in a jazz context.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 28, 2022
The New Jersey Performing Arts Center has announced a free musical celebration in honor of International Jazz Day 4/30 featuring performances by 100+ young New Jersey musicians with special guest Newark Mayor Ras Baraka. 
by Tory Gates - Mar 2, 2020
'When I get inspired to write something, or a I see something interesting, or a topic strikes me, I just dig into it, and whatever comes out comes out.' -- Dave Goddess
by Chris Struck - Mar 2, 2020
After seeing her show at 54 Below, Chris Struck set up an interview with Helen Park to discuss KPOP, a high energy musical destined for Broadway!
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 12, 2019
The World's Largest Bourbon Festival, Bourbon & Beyond, will make its anticipated return to Louisville, KY Friday, September 20, Saturday, September 21, and Sunday, September 22, expanding to three days full of incredible music, unique culinary events, and unmatched experiences from the region's best distilleries at the new Highland Festival Grounds At KY Expo Center. In addition to an unforgettable lineup of bourbon and chefs, music performers include a unique mix of rock, roots, bluegrass and folk acts headlined by Foo Fighters, Robert Plant And The Sensational Space Shifters (returning after originally being scheduled to appear in 2018) and the Zac Brown Band. Additional acts include John Fogerty, Daryl Hall & John Oates, ZZ Top(celebrating their 50th anniversary in 2019), Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Trey Anastasio Band, Leon Bridges, The Flaming Lips, Alison Krauss, Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeroes, +LIVE+, Grace Potter, Little Steven & The Disciples Of Soul, and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, among many others. In total, more than 45 artists will play on three stages, including the side-by-side Oak and Barrel main stages and a bluegrass stage that will be curated by the genre's leading authority, The Bluegrass Situation.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 4, 2021
Chicago Human Rhythm Project is paving a post-pandemic path forward following its 2019 strategic plan with Jumaane Taylor leading a re-imagined 30th Anniversary tap festival - Rhythm World.
by Student Blogger: Allison Kephart - Jun 26, 2020
You may think that you don't have time for anything else by rehearsals, but I promise you that with the proper time management you can play a sport and be the lead in your high school musical. 
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 2, 2021
Music Education plays a key role in the Santa Barbara Symphony's mission to inspire a passion for symphonic music in the next generation, and so despite the pandemic, the organization committed to continuing all music education programs, which in the case of the popular Music Van program and Concerts for Young People, meant producing virtual programs this year.
by TV News Desk - Jul 7, 2021
A pair of introspective lo-fi cuts released in June like “Tobago” ft. Chester Watson and “Sentinel” ft. UK rapper Lord Apex have further cemented James’ status as an ascendant global talent not to be missed.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 30, 2020
Theatre artist, composer, and musician Gary Grundei welcomes the first guest instructor to his virtual community for songwriters: Janet Feder, as seen on Tiny Desk Concert with NPR, will teach the next installment of the course Compose Yourself.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 28, 2020
Jazz at Lincoln Center has announced WeBop, the award-winning early-childhood jazz education program for little ones ages eight-months to five-years old and their parents or caregivers, will be available as live virtual classes throughout August.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 25, 2022
The Park Theatre performing arts center in Jaffrey, New Hampshire, will present one of Europe’s top guitarist virtuosos Pedro Jóia as he guest stars with The North Country Chamber Players in GUITAR HERO: A History of The Guitar From Baroque to Led Zeppelin.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 21, 2022
Berkeley Repertory Theatre announced the full cast and creative team for the world premiere musical, Goddess. The musical stage production is conceived and directed by Saheem Ali, music and lyrics by Michael Thurber, and written by Jocelyn Bioh. Previews begin Saturday, August 13, and the show runs through Sunday, September 25.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jul 10, 2019
Violent Femmes have unveiled another song from their much-anticipated new album, HOTEL LAST RESORT, due via [PIAS] on Friday, July 26. A rambunctious new rendition of the band's classic 'I'm Nothing' featuring pro skateboarder Stefan Janoski is available now.
by Grace Cutler - Jul 1, 2022
The Jam!, the latest sparkling release from the Eyal Vilner Big Band is out today. Multi-instrumentalist Vilner, founder and leader of one of New York's finest large ensembles, takes direct inspiration from New York's swing dance renaissance, presenting a selection of vibrantly swinging originals that further cement his status as an innovative voice on the modern day big band scene.
by Marissa Tomeo - Jan 8, 2022
BSO Music Director Andris Nelsons returns to the Boston Symphony Orchestra podium in January to lead the world premiere of the BSO co-commission Short Stories from the Vienna Woods by Viennese composer HK Gruber and the U.S. premiere of Augusta Read Thomas' Dance Foldings—and is joined by superstar soloists Hilary Hahn, violin, and Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano, in concertos by Mozart and Liszt, respectively.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 4, 2022
BSO Music Director Andris Nelsons returns to the Boston Symphony Orchestra podium in January to lead the world premiere of the BSO co-commission Short Stories from the Vienna Woods by Viennese composer HK Gruber and the U.S. premiere of Augusta Read Thomas' Dance Foldings—and is joined by superstar soloists Hilary Hahn, violin, and Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano, in concertos by Mozart and Liszt, respectively.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 31, 2023
After two stellar performances at the 2022 Pittsburgh International Jazz Festival, composer/vocalist Vanisha Gould returns to Pittsburgh to perform in the latest installment of the Uhuru Jazz Series at The August Wilson African American Cultural Center (AWAACC), 980 Liberty Avenue, on Friday, February 10, at 7:00 pm.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 29, 2020
Linda Eder indisputably has one of the greatest voices of our time. As a masterful interpreter of song with an awe-inspiring belt, Eder - who was launched into Broadway fame originating the role of Lucy in Jekyll & Hyde -has recorded an incredible 17 solo albums, and has been wowing audiences from concert stages since she began performing professionally at 19.
by Rich Mehrenberg - Jan 25, 2019
The Fulton's Chicago is sexy and sultry. It is going to get you hot and bothered. So much so that exit doors were opened during intermission to cool down both actors and audience.
by Blair Ingenthron - Jan 15, 2023
The Theater Center, home to some of Off-Broadway's longest running shows (including Perfect Crime, The Office! A Musical Parody and Friends! The Musical Parody), has announced that it will present four workshop performances of Toothy's Treasure, the second production featured in the inaugural year of its new incubator series.
by Michael Major - Jan 11, 2022
The first track is the bittersweet “Orphan Child”, a song that channels the gritty charm of ’60s pop as it reconciles with the pervasive sense of lostness that comes from simply being alive these days and also reflects on Ivey’s own personal experience being raised by foster parents. Watch the new music video! Plus, check out upcoming tour dates.
by Cindy Sibilsky - Feb 3, 2019
BWW Review: GRUPO CORPO's BACH & GIRA Brings Inexhaustible Ecstatic Exuberance to BAM
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 16, 2019
The Broadway-aimed musical Americano!, inspired by the life of DREAMer and political strategist Tony Valdovinos, will premiere at Phoenix, Arizona's The Phoenix Theatre Company, January 29 - February 23. Opening night is January 31. Americano! is presented by The Phoenix Theatre Company and Quixote Productions (Jason Rose, producer), Tony Award-winning producer Ken Davenport (Altar Boyz, Godspell, Kinky Boots and Once on This Island) is the executive producer.
by Stephen Mosher - Aug 26, 2019
Broadway actor Joshua Castille brings his solo ASL Cabaret On The Stage With Josh to New York before taking it on the road to California and Florida.
by Jared Fessler - Apr 3, 2022
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 27, 2021
Written by Lauren Gunderson and directed by Melissa Crespo, “I and You” marks a return of artists and actors to performance on stage at Syracuse Stage. The approximately 90 minute play will be performed in the Arthur Storch Theatre on a fully realized set and captured on video by Black Cub Productions.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 26, 2022
CreateTheater New Works Festival and JK Productions present OCEAN IN A TEACUP, a spiritual quest musical based on a true story. This Original Musical Set in India runs as part of CreateTheater New Works Festival, from April 28 through May 7, 2022, at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 15, 2022
Pianist, composer, arranger, and educator Mike Holober and his octet Balancing Act have released their astounding latest effort, Don't Let Go today on Sunnyside Records.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 15, 2020
Today, this star-studded band shares new track “This Love Starved Heart Of Mine (It's Killing Me)” featuring Nic Cester on lead vocals. T
by Stephi Wild - Apr 13, 2022
The Alliance Theatre has announced the productions in its 54th season.  The new season will feature nine productions including four world premieres on its two stages, The Coca-Cola Stage and Hertz Stage. 
by Stephi Wild - Apr 10, 2019
Geva Theatre Center's 46th Season concludes with the world premiere of Revival: The Resurrection of Son House, written and directed by Keith Glover, with music by Son House, Billy Thompson and Keith Glover, musical direction by Billy Thompson and choreography by Norwood Pennewell, in the Elaine P. Wilson Stage from May 1 through June 2, 2019.
by Julie Musbach - Apr 1, 2019
Da Camera of Houston announces its 2019/2020 season, which features a lineup spanning a multitude of styles and genres.