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LOS ANGELES WOMEN'S THEATRE FESTIVAL
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Date(s): 03/23/2017 to 03/26/2017
Day(s): Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Time(s): Thurs. at 7:00, Fri. at 8:00, Sat. at 3:00 & 8:00, Sun. at 3:00 & 7:00
Address: 4800 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood 90027; 1416 Electric Ave., Venice 90291
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The longest-running annual solo festival for women in Los Angeles, LAWTF will take place March 23-26, 2017 at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre in Hollywood and at the Electric Lodge in Venice.
The Champagne Gala and Awards Ceremony on March 23, 2017 will be held in honor of exceptional women who have made laudable contributions in theatre. This will be held at Barnsdall Gallery Theatre in Barnsdall Park, 4800 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90027. There is free parking onsite. Following the reception at 7:00 p.m., the festivities continue at 8:00 p.m. with the presentation of the Integrity, Eternity, Rainbow, Maverick and Infinity Awards to distinguished women.
The theme of the Opening Night Program on March 23 is STANDING ON THE SHOULDERS OF…. The evening will be hosted by Hattie Winston (Becker) and Ted Lange (The Love Boat). Back by popular demand will be award-winning vocalist Eloise Laws.
The remainder of the Festival on Friday, Saturday and Sunday will take place at the Electric Lodge, 1416 Electric Avenue, Venice, CA 90291.
Friday, March 24, 8:00 p.m.- BREAKING FREE
Hosts: Tico Wells (The Five Heartbeats);
Sky Palkowitz (Calling America! Don’t Hang Up!)
HEATHER DOWLING (Unemployed. Finally.)
This is the story of a woman who had more than 30 jobs in 30 years before finally doing what everyone said she couldn’t.
NANCY MA (Home)
Nancy is a first-generation Chinese-American. Follow her as she goes from New York to new hope, from family to faith, from one mess to the next. This is her journey to find her way home.
MISTY MONROE (Unapologetically Black)
This woman moves through stages of “Nigrescence” having been raised in suburban Northern California and spending summers in South Central L.A. She deals with culture shock, the devastating effects of crack cocaine on her family and her ultimate self-acceptance.
JOYFUL RAVEN (Tales of a Sexual Tomboy)
A raucous comedy about a horny tomboy, equipped with bad boundaries from her hippie upbringing, looking for empowerment in all the wrong places.
Saturday, March 25, 3:00 p.m.- BABIES, BODIES AND MOTHERS
Hosts: Starletta DuPois (The Notebook),
Rosie Lee Hooks (Knock Me a Kiss))
DIANE BARNES (My Stroke of Luck)
Can the good doctor become a good patient? One woman’s catastrophe and recovery looks at love, family and seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
MISSY HAIRSTON (Awkwardly Famous)
A little girl’s journey to womanhood and the people, places and situations that begin to uproot her confidence in herself and plant seeds of doubt about her body, love life, and life in general.
VANNIA IBARGUEN (Inhabited Woman)
In search of balance, this dance piece explores the physical and emotional changes of motherhood.
LISA KOTIN (How to Make Love with the Lights On)
A woman receives instructions from her inner voice on how to release self-consciousness about her body during intimacy.
Saturday, March 25, 8:00 p.m.- AROUND THE WORLD AND BACK
Hosts: Eloise Laws (award-winning vocalist);
James Pickens, Jr. (Grey’s Anatomy)
MICHELE FARBMAN (Dora Maar)
Historical figure Dora Maar gives voice to her seductive relationship with painter Picasso and her own art form of photography.
SLOAN ROBINSON (Bananas! A Day in the Life of Josephine Baker)
An excerpt of the tour-de-force play based on one of the world’s most versatile and beloved American entertainers who made Paris her home.
ANGELINA VILLAPIANO (Sorta Rican)
From suburbia to the block to the island, Angelina embarks on a journey of cultural identity that captures the essence of one slice of the Latina-American experience.
Sunday, March 26, 3:00 p.m.- AND ALL THAT JAZZ
Hosts: Lynne Conner (Filmmaker, Raising Kings);
Deborah Sharpe-Taylor, actor/vocalist)
LYNNE JASSEM (From Como to Homo)
A ten-year-old tap dancer on the television show Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall in 1957, juggles her aggressive stage mother and career, all the while trying to hide her burning desire to be a boy.
MELISSA R. RANDEL (The Hat)
Having been raised by one jazz musician and married to another, the themes of silence, imbalance and unapologetic love continue to resonate for this woman.
ALICE WILLIAMS (Cousin Alice)
A London vocalist/ukulele player shares her authentic and versatile voice that has been influenced by jazz, blues, swing and Calypso.
Sunday, March 26, 7:00 p.m.- UNSILENCED
Hosts: Karen A. Clark (The Women);
Angela Robinson (Filmmaker, Curtsy Mister)
CARLA DELANEY (Voices)
It’s not until this voice-over artist meets the surprising voices in her head, her heart, her snotty respiratory system that she realizes the value of her own voice.
LOREE GOLD (Snatched….Stories From Down There)
This travelogue woven with herstory and LGBT history is a sexually charged, soulful and sometimes devastating ride through issues of ageism, transgenderism, family dynamics, bad choices, grief, grace, love, loss and mostly lust- and all the trouble it gets you into.
JULIETTE JEFFERS (Judgment Day)
Questioning motives and faith, this piece asks what if God is held responsible for all of the injustices that African Americans have endured? Thought-provoking and raw, we are left to ponder free will, destiny and culpability.
AI YOSHIHARA (My River Phoenix)
A woman searches for her own River Phoenix after his passing and finds him in the man she marries in America.
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709 N La Brea Ave Los Angeles, Ca 90038 At Melrose - Only In L.A. Could A Hot Dog Stand Become A Celebrity. Pinks Has Been Serving Up Chili Dogs Since 1939 And People Stand In Line For Them Day And Night. Personally I've Had Better. The Standard Chili
UPRIGHT CITIZENS BRIGADE THEATRE
5919 Franklin Avenue, Hollywood, 90028 323.908.8702 - The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre Is The Home For All Things Comedy In Los Angeles. We Have Affordable, High Quality Shows Seven Nights A Week. All Shows Are $8, $5 Or Free And All Shows Are All A ....
THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM
1660 N. Highland Ave, Hollywood, Ca 90028 In The Historic Max Factor Building (323) 464 7776 - The Hollywood Museum Is Located In The World-Famous Historic Max Factor Building. The Magnificently Restored Hollywood Regency Style Art Deco Landmark Building Is Located In The “Heart Of Hollywood
CATALINA JAZZ CLUB BAR & GRILL
6725 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, Ca 90028 Entrance Is On Mccadden Place 323 466-2210 - Supper Club And Jazz Venue In The Heart Of Hollywood. Full Bar And Menu. They Are Also Open For Lunch Mon-Fri. See Their Website For Current Performance Schedule.
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DEARLY DEPARTED - A TRAGICAL HISTORY TOUR
6603 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, Ca 90028 - - Dearly Departed Tours Is A Three Hour Tour Of Hysterical Proportions. 100 Locations Over 35 Miles Of Murder And Mayhem. See Where Hugh Grant Was Busted, And Reenact George Michael's Most Famous Momen ....
RED LINE METRO HOLLYWOOD/VINE STATION
6250 Hollywood Bl. Los Angeles 90038 60 Park/Ride Lot Spaces (Parking Fee) - What's There: Across The Street You'll Find The Pantages Theatre. Walk To Your Left As You Exit The Station To Vine Street. Walk Left On Vine Along The "Walk Of Fame" Toward Sunset Bl. At Sunset And
RED LINE METRO HOLLYWOOD & HIGHLAND
Underneath The Hollywood & Highland Complex At The Corner Of Hollywood & Highland - The Metro Station Is Directly Below The Shopping And Entertainment Complex At Hollywood And Highland Where You Will Find Upscale Shops, Dining, Nightlife And The Kodak Theatre (Home To The Annual Osc ....
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