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THE 2018 SHE L.A. SUMMER THEATER FESTIVAL
|Theater in Los Angeles|
Date(s): 07/25/2018 to 07/29/2018
Address: 7456 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles 90046
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Featuring four original works (two plays and two musicals), the inaugural festival is the only bi-coastal festival of full-length plays, musicals and adaptations written by women.
The 2018 She L.A. Summer Theater Festival includes the following shows:
arabesque no 1
By Cambria Denim, directed by Natalie Griffith Robichaux
In arabesque no 1, two actors play fifteen characters telling the story of Bonnie Anderson and
Chris Sanford, as well as their friends, families and anyone who shapes who they become from
Childhood into adulthood.
The Legend of Bonny Anne
By Chandler Patton, composed by Stephens James Schmidt and directed by Andrew Ceglio
Anne Bonny was a real person—a pyrate—as notoriously brutal as she was beautiful. At sixteen, she became one of the fiercest pyrates ever to sail the seas. This is her legend. Her tale is one of romance, betrayal, violence and loss. The history itself is a drama the playwright could never claim to have written. Like a chantey ringing out over the tides, the play drifts in and out of poetic verse. So come my friends, take up your ales and bear witness to this most gruesome tale of guts and gold, of blood and man...thus is the Legend of Bonny Anne.
The Door to America
By Carol Weiss, directed by Wendy Rosoff
The Door to America is a romantic adventure framed by the immigrant experience. A tailor
(Yossel) and his wife (Sadie) arrive at Ellis Island with visions of freedom and success in this new world. They soon discover, however, that nothing comes easily. Not success. Not marriage. Yossel finds work in a sweatshop, helps create a union to benefit his coworkers, and later battles that same union to achieve his American Dream, complicating his relationship with Sadie, who asks only for a baby. Their struggles––and a surprising romance between Sadie’s cousin and an Irish union organizer––create a musical event, alternately touching, triumphant and joyous.
By Kelly D’Angelo and Matt Dahan, directed by Michelle Kallman
From the musical writing team Dahan & D'Angelo comes Starry, a story of two brothers, Vincent and Theo Van Gogh. Set to a modernized pop-rock and musical hybrid score, this is an earnest take on the thousands of letters they exchanged between each other and the brothers’ inspiring, heartbreaking and transcendental testimony of the power of expression.
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THE OINKSTER - SLOW FAST FOOD
2005 Colorado Blvd., Eagle Rock, Ca 323-255-Oink - I Happened, Quite Accidentally, Onto This Slow Fast Food Joint When I Was Exploring Some Of The Small Galleries In The Eagle Rock Area During The Holidays. It Turns Out They Cure Their Own Pastrami ....
MUSEUM FREE DAYS
- - Many Museums Offer Free Admission On Certain Days Of The Week Or Month - Most Are On Thursdays. Here Is A List And Links To Detailed Information. See The Museum Page For A List Of All Museums. Always ....
HERITAGE SQUARE MUSEUM
3800 Homer Street, Los Angeles, California 90031-1530 (323) 225-2700 - A Living History Museum Reflecting The Settlement And Development Of Southern California From The Civil War To The Early 20Th Century, Heritage Square Museum Offers Visitors A Look Into The Everyday ....
LOS ANGELES AREA FARMERS MARKETS
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RED LINE METRO SUBWAY
Runs From Union Station (Downtown L.A.) To North Hollywood (San Fernando Valley) - - From The Small Stage To The Small Screen, From Twenties Art Deco To Fifties Suburbs, From Making Films To Watching Them - The Subway Takes In A Big Slice Of Los Angeles. You Can Travel Between North ....
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