In Venice…

It’s the closing day of MUNIFISENSE LOVE, aFri-Sun-Feb13-15-Munifisense-Poster three-day art and music event.

Presented by Focus Entertainment, the event will feature state of the art LED dance lighting, 40K lumens of immersive projection mapping, and 25,000 watts of Focus’s innovative sound design.

Daytime workshops in sacred dance, chanting, healing, yoga, and a packed roster of LA’s hottest contemporary DJs, artists, and performers will keep the good vibes flowing this Valentine’s Day.

Check the website for a full shedule of today’s events.

Event Page:

Sunday, February 15 – 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

ADMISSION: Click Here to purchase Tickets

Where: 585 Venice Blvd., Venice, CA 90291 (just East of Abbot Kinney)


In Hollywood…the Farmers Market continues to celebrate Mardi Gras.  If you’re a pet lover, annual “Mutti Gras Pet Parade” runs from 12-1pm and will be held on the plaza. Next week is Fat Tuesday, Feb. 17, from 6-9pm, stop by to enjoy a free concert. Farmers Market, 6333 West 3rd Street, 3rd & Fairfax, LA 90036; (323) 933-9211;


In Pasadena….

Its opening night of The Threepenny Opera at A Noise Within (ANW). Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s The Threepenny Opera debuted in Berlin in 1928. Threepenny is nothing short of a groundbreaking work of what is now termed Brechtian Theatre, in which the full use of theatricality is on display and the fourth wall is broken; the audience is aware they are watching a play, a reaction to a previous, more naturalistic approaches to stage works. When first produced, the musical challenged the audience’s notions of how songs could be used to tell a story, and the characters’ ostensible amorality was thought unworthy of expression in song. A Noise Within last produced The Threepenny Opera in 1997.

THREEPennyOPER Carousel 1129x7481The cast of The Threepenny Opera features Andrew Abelson* as Macheath, Geoff Elliott* as Jonathan Jeremiah Peachum, Deborah Strang* as Mrs. Peachum, Marisa Duchowny* as Polly Peachum, Jeremy Rabb* as Jackie “Tiger” Brown, Abhimanyu Katyal as Reverend Kimball/Constable Smith, Stasha Surdyke* as Jenny, Maegan McConnell* as Lucy, E.K. Dagenfield as Filch, along with ensemble members. *Denotes member of Actors’ Equity

The show runs from February 15 – May 9, 2015; See website for full schedule.

Ticket Prices: Single Tickets $40; Student Rush with ID an hour before performance $20.00; Groups (10 or more): Adults from $25.00; Students from $18.00

To Purchase tickets Click HERE

What:: Performance
Where: A Noise Within, 3352 East Foothill Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91107
When: 2pm
Phone: 626-356-3100 ex 1


In the Hollywood Hills…

Enjoy an open house and a french concert at tDrRobby-Gordonhe gallery and Sculpture Garden of Dr. Robby Gordon. The event begins at 4pm with the music featuring Armelle Yons from Paris starting at 5pm.

The gallery has 3 stories of amazing art. Every wall is covered with painting, ceramics and glass. There is also a collection of hand painted ties clothes and furniture. All the windows (15 of them) have automatic painted vertical blinds that go up and down by remote control. The windows frame a magnificent view into a unique sculpture garden with a view of downtown LA all the way to the ocean.

What: Artist reception/Performance
Where: 2430 Vasanta Way Hollywood Hills Ca 90068
When: 4:00 pm
Phone: 949 861 1709


Downtown LA….

2A Sunday Feb15-2AGallery-OrienLowell-GreenoughGallery presents an exhibition of work by Orien Lowell Greenough.

The exhibition consists of paintings and drawings by Greenough depicting the horrors of what he perceived as social injustice, particularly involving racism and relating to the various wars America was involved in after World War II.

This exhibition provides a rare opportunity to appreciate the prescient nature of Lowell’s antiwar art, an artform that has become commonplace in today’s culture.

On view: Februrary 15 – March 1

What: Opening reception
Where: 2A Gallery, 400 S Main St #2A, LA 90013
When: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Phone: 213.924.3472

Celebrate Love, Life and Mardi Gras!  See ya next Thursday. P.S. Check out Mardi Gras at the Farmers Market….on FAT Tuesday!!