Tuesday, January 29, 2013

What's Happening Around Town for January 29, 2013

Musical Fools Premieres
Ramon C. Cortines High School for the Visual and Performing Arts is proud to present Neil Simon’s Musical Fools, a world premiere musical version of Fools, Neil Simon’s funny tale of a Russian village that is under a strange and wacky curse. Performances will take place at 450 N. Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA  90012. Parking is free. Show times are January 31st (4:00 pm), February 1st (7:00 pm), and February 2nd (2:00 pm & 7:00 pm)  
General Admission Tickets are $12; Students $7
Purchase tickets at the box office or www.seatyourself.biz.
For more information, call (213) 217-8600.
MusicalFools is part of the Festival of New American Musicals.

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Lost Moon Radio Conducts Experiment in Comedy
Lost Moon Radio presents its all-new show Lost Moon Radio: Episode 13, February 8 - 16 at Cafe-Club Fais DoDo. Audiences will experience an evening of original sketches and songs exploring the theme of Science and Technology. From Darwin’s diary to artificial intelligence, this episode will make you question why you ever stopped watching Mr. Wizard. Each performance is followed by a musical set from one of Los Angeles's most talented indie bands.

The episode features actors Ryan Harrison, Dan Mahoney, Frank Smith, Dan Oster, and Jen Burton as well as musicians Rich Ramberg, Michael Wells, Dylan Ris, and Brenton Kossak. Lost Moon Radio is written by Ryan Harrison, Frank Smith, Dylan Ris and Dan Oster, directed by Martha Marion, produced by Trish Hadley, and stage managed by Gianna Masi. Cafe-Club Fais Do-Do, 5257 West Adams Blvd.,  Los Angeles, CA 90016. Tickets are $15 online or at the door. Valentine’s Weekend Packages are offered at $50/couple and include reserved seating, a free CD and number of other surprise treats. Tickets and information are available at www.lostmoonradio.com.


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Who’s Tweeting?
Looking for some Southern California theatre folks to follow on
Twitter? Here are a few we think are just great.



Theatres & Theatre Companies:
The Pantages  @Pantages
Center Theatre Group  @CTGLA
Colony Theatre  @ColonyTheatre
The Old Globe  @TheOldGlobe
Sacred Fools  @SacredFoolsLA
La Mirada Theatre  @LaMiradaTheatre
International City Theatre @ICTLongBeach
Theatre at Boston Court  @BostonCourt
Coeurage Theatre Co. @coeurage
3-D Theatricals  @3DTShows

Theatre & Entertainment News:
Footlights Publishers Inc @Footlights LA
Bitter Lemons  @LABitterLemons
LA Stage Alliance  @LAStageAlliance
BroadwayWorld LA  @BroadwayWorldLA
Lisa Fung, The Wrap @lfung
Performing Arts Live  @PALive
Huffington Post Arts & Culture  @HuffPostArts
Arts Orange County  @SparkOC
Audra Stafford  @SDEntertainment
LA Arts Commission  @LACountyArts

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Nuttin’ But Hutton Premieres
Nuttin’ But Hutton, LLC presents a world premiere musical event, Nuttin’ But Hutton, A Musical Tribute To The Songs Of Betty Hutton! Conceived by Diane Vincent, with book by Diane Vincent & Sam Kriger, musical direction by Sam Kriger, choreographed by Lee Martino and directed by Larry Raben. The musical features over 20 show-stopping musical numbers, sophisticated 1940’s style vocal arrangements, a multi-media look at her legendary life while using a fresh approach in telling the superstar’s story and all backed by a powerhouse six-piece band. The cast will feature Diane Vincent as Dee Dee, Nathan Holland as Buster Heymeister, Chad Borden as Tom, Daniel Guzman as Dick and Jeffrey Scott Parsons as Harry. Nuttin’ But Hutton will begin previews on Friday, March 8 and will open on Saturday, March 16 at 8pm and will run for seven weeks through Sunday, April 28 at the NoHo Arts Center, 11136 Magnolia Blvd. (at Lankershim) in North Hollywood. For tickets, please call 1-800-595-4849 or visit www.nuttinbuthutton.com.

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