Wednesday, July 10, 2013

What's Happening Around Town for July 10, 2013

The Real Housekeepers of Studio Cityan original one-act musical with music by Joe Greene, book & lyrics by Heidi Powers & Tom Moore, directed by Ryan Bergmann. Winner of Best of Fringe and the FootLights Award at Hollywood Fringe Festival 2013. July 12 – 27, 013: Theatre Asylum. Tickets: $15

[title of show] is an original musical chronicling the adventures of Hunter (writer), Jeff (lyricist) and their awesome ladyfriends, Heidi & Susan, as they take their hit show from the NY Musical Theatre Festival, to an off-Broadway run, and finally to (drumroll, please!) Broadway, baby! July 14 & 21 at 7pm. Tickets: $15 

The Pokemusical is a lovingly satirical exploration of the world of pocket monsters! Join Ash, Misty, Brock, Pikachu, and more as they traipse through two decades worth of nostalgia. Winner of the DOMA Theatre Company Award for Best Musical. July 23 at 8:00 pm & July 26 at 11:45 pm at the Elephant Space. Tickets: $15 

MUSE/IQUE’s Moving Pictures
MUSE/IQUE, known for its counter-conventional performances that feel more like parties than formal concerts, continues Summer of Sound 2013 with Moving Pictures featuring groundbreaking cellist Matt Haimovitz and Emmy Award-winning actress Wendie Malick (Hot in Cleveland) in a fresh take on motion picture scores. The performance will take place on Saturday, July 27, 2013, 7:30 pm, outdoors at Caltech’s Beckman Mall in Pasadena. Artistic Director Rachael Worby conducts the MUSE/IQUE Orchestra, for a pure out-of the-box adventure in sound and cinema. Highlights include Malick narrating a humorous new presentation of Britten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, reimagined by writer Matt Nix, as well as guest appearances by American Idol eighth season finalist Allison Iraheta and MacArthur Genius Fellow John Dabiri, director of Caltech’s Biological Propulsion Laboratory. Gates open at 5:30 pm for dinner (ordered in advance) or bring-your-own picnics, with table and bleacher seating and plentiful free parking.

Rachael Worby and the MUSE/IQUE Orchestra. Photo by Jamie Pham

The 90-minute concert program includes:
Vanglesi:  Chariots of Fire
Erich Korngold:  Concerto in C (from the film Deception)
John Williams:  Love Theme from “Heidi”
Ennio Morricone:  Gabriel’s Oboe (from the film The Mission)
Peter Golub:  Sleepwalking (World Premiere)
Claude-Michel  Schönberg: Bring Him Home (from the film Les Miserables)
Elmer Bernstein:  Summer and Smoke (from the film Summer and Smoke)
Jerry Goldsmith:  Russia House (from the film Russia House)
Christopher Young:  Killing Season (from the film Killing Season)
Benjamin Britten:  Young Person’s Guide (new libretto by Matt Nix)

Caltech’s Beckman Mall, 332 S. Michigan Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91106. Plentiful parking is free. To reserve a catered dinner that can be picked up on site, please contact Perfect Equation Catering at (626) 529-5585. For tickets call (626) 539-7085 or visit

Thank You Minerva: Photo Flash
The world premiere musical Thank You, Minerva opens Friday July 12th at the Secret Rose Theatre in North Hollywood and runs through August 18. Written and produced by Alan Stillson, directed by Alissa-Nicole Koblentz, with musical direction by Bonnie JanofskyFor tickets call (818) 884-4284 or go to or. For more about the show go to

Jonathan Byram, Rachel Berman and Jackson Smith

Rachel Berman, John McCool Bowers

Rachel Howe, Jonathan Byram and Julia Shear Kushner

SDMT’s Ain’t Misbehavin’
San Diego Musical Theatre presents Ain't Misbehavin’! September 27 - October 13 at Birch North Park Theatre. The outrageously prodigious comic and musical soul of 1930’s Harlem lives on in this rollicking, swinging, finger-snapping revue that is still considered one of Broadway's best. The inimitable Thomas “Fats” Waller rose to international fame during the Golden Age of the Cotton Club, honky tonk dives along Lenox Avenue, rent parties, stride piano players and that jumpin’ new beat, Swing. Although not quite a biography, Ain’t Misbehavin’ evokes the delightful humor and infectious energy of this American original as a versatile cast struts, strums and sings the songs he made famous in a career. The cast features Sylvia MacCalla as Nell, Rufus Bonds, Jr. as Ken, Jenell Randall as Charlaine, David LaMarr as Andre, and Amber Mercomes as Armelia. For tickets and information go to  

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