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Review: Pacific Northwest Ballet at The Music Center

2022-07-18T18:35:17+00:00By |Dance, Reviews|

The Pacific Northwest Ballet presented three exquisite and enthralling works choreographed by three acclaimed choreographers, performed by an extraordinarily talented group of dances accompanied by spellbinding live music by the Pacific Northwest Ballet Orchestra. Fostering having a deeper experience and enjoyment

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Review: “Hershey Felder: Chopin in Paris” at The Wallis

2022-07-12T04:06:21+00:00By |Reviews, Theater/Poetry/Books|

Hershey Felder is Chopin in Paris! From the moment we are invited into Fryderyk Chopin‘s Paris salon where he gives music lessons by day and performances at night, we are captivated by Felder’s wonderful performance. We, the audience are given a

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Review: The Broad Stage, Mark Morris Dance Group & Music Ensemble Mozart Dances

2022-06-14T19:07:24+00:00By |Dance, Reviews|

The Mark Morris Dance Group & Music Ensemble performed a gleefully uplifting and mood enhancing program at The Broad Stage in Santa Monica that provided a welcome diversion from the distress of the times. New York based Morris, recognized as one of

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Review: Wisdome LA, Miles Davis Birthday Celebration

2022-06-08T03:26:32+00:00By |Music, Reviews|

I first became aware of Miles Davis as an obsessed teenage music nerd. I loved an LA band called The Fents and when they released their first album, the keyboardist Adam Holzman invited my buddy and I to his pad in

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Review: The Broad Stage, Fran Lebowitz with Larry Wilmore

2022-05-08T01:12:28+00:00By |Reviews, Theater/Poetry/Books|

LA ART PARTY was lucky enough to be able to attend a recent conversation with the always astonishingly witty Fran Lebowitz at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica. The "evening" (which took place on a Sunday afternoon!) was of course sold out

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Review: Geffen Playhouse, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”

2022-05-01T02:57:01+00:00By |Reviews, Theater/Poetry/Books|

When mounting an iconic play such as “Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf,” by the acclaimed writer Edward Albee, both a fresh perspective or classic approach to the play can make or break it. Any theatre lover will know the plot, how

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Review: COMPLEXIONS Contemporary Ballet at The Wallis

2022-05-03T01:38:10+00:00By |Dance, Reviews|

With their impeccable ballet technique, combined with modern dance athletic strength and suppleness, and infused with vigorous high energy, range of individual expression, and collective passion, the company of COMPLEXIONS Contemporary Ballet wowed the audience in their debut performance at the

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REVIEW: Honor Fraser Gallery, Surabhi Saraf, Yassi Mazandi 

2022-04-15T02:44:30+00:00By |Art Parties / Exhibitions / Fairs, Reviews|

I escaped the mid-afternoon heat and entered into the darkened and air-conditioned cool of the  Honor Fraser Gallery to experience the virtual worlds created by the video imagery of two distinct and yet complementary artists, Surabhi Saraf and Yassi Mazandi. In

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