Showing posts from October 7, 2012

ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND Choreographed by British Choreographer Christopher Wheeldon

The National Ballet of Canada’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland October 19-21
The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion becomes a world of visual wonder as Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center welcomes the U.S. premiere of The National Ballet of Canada's remarkable Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.Christopher Wheeldon's choreography and imaginative production instantly became a modern classic at its world premiere in 2011. Hailed by The Globe and Mail as a "monumental achievement" for choreographer Christopher Wheeldon, the awe-inspiring performance features 70 dancers, artistic sets and costumes by Bob Crowley, projections by Jon Driscoll and Gemma Carrington and a live orchestra performing an original score by Joby Talbot.
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Hi Breeps Firstly big happy Birthday week to our lovely Eileen, who turns a big one on Thursday
We love you Eileen, Come and join us at Brekkie Club tomorrow to help wish her a happy day xx Also happy birthday to Brits in LA members Noam Fiedlander, James Bowers, Black Jesus, Steve McClintock, Villy, Michael Enwright, Vlad and Sarah Kerry, 
So last week was my Birthday week, thank you all for my messages... facebook has certainly allowed us all to be able to share the love and save trees at the same time.  I went to see Brit legend a…


John Hurt in Krapp’s Last Tape at the Kirk Douglas Theatre Oct 9 - Nov 4, 2012
By Samuel Beckett Directed by Michael Colgan
See Two Time Oscar nominee John Hurt live on stage!
On his 69th birthday, Krapp continues his ritual of making a tape recording of his thoughts about the year that just passed and listening to his taped thoughts on years gone by. For this birthday he chooses a tape made 30 years earlier, and with a mixture of regret and disgust, he hears his youthful voice, full of strength and bravado, talk about his aspirations and the woman he loved.
Directed by the Gate Theatre Dublin’s Director, Michael Colgan. The great British actor John Hurt will appear in Samuel Beckett’s searing meditation on the choices made in a lifetime at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in what will be the two-time Academy Award-nominee’s first appearance on a Los Angeles stage.
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$30 (Reg. $35) and $45 (Reg $50) tickets Select performances October 9 – 13*!
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