In Santa Monica…
How bout some theatre…? LA Times Critics Choice!!!
Henry Jaglom & the Rainbow Theater Company presents in association with the Edgemar Center for the Arts presents “The Rainmaker.”
The play tells the story of a pivotal hot summer day in the life of spinsterish Lizzie Curry in a rural town in the West in Depression era America.
Admission: $34.99; Buy tickets here.
Where: Edgemar Center for the Arts, 2437 Main St, SM
When: 5:00 pm
Phone: (310) 392-7327
Or in Downtown LA….
The Los Angeles Master Chorale celebrates its 50th Season tonight at Walt Disney Concert Hall led by Music Director Grant Gershon.
The concert will feature some signature musical selections linked to each of the four music directors who have led the Chorale during its fifty-year history – including Renaissance motets for Roger Wagner, Scottish folk songs for John Currie, O Magnum Mysterium for Paul Salamunovich and Unclouded Day and Spem in alium for Grant Gershon – enriched by rare video footage, still photos and more from the choir’s annals. Literally bridging the past and present, more than 100 Chorale alumni are traveling from across the country to join the choir’s 115 current members for an emotional and memorable finale. KUSC’s Alan Chapman hosts the musical festivities.
The magical evening concludes with a complimentary post-concert champagne toast for the entire 2,200-member audience with the Chorale.
Tickets range from $29 – $129. Group rates are available. For tickets and information, please call (213) 972-7282, or visit www.lamc.org.
Where: Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 S. Grand Ave., LA 90012
When: 7:00 pm
7 Dudley Cinema at Beyond Baroque spotlights filmmakers…
See image: DNA is Individual by Michael Baroff
Michael Baroff Films at 7pm (45 minutes, 2010-12) Baroff (in person) uses the camera much like a sketchbook to serendipitously record what attracts his attention while in public environments.
These unscripted visual scenes, ambient sounds and overheard talk, in which he does not overtly intervene, are then minimally edited or montaged, to create a sense of context, meaning and affect. The individual videos can be viewed from a range of stylistic perspectives including abstract, scenic, narrative, meditative, or social commentary.
Jon Clark Films at 8pm: Clark’s (in person) SPECTRUM HUNTER (2012, 32m) – Discover a collection of haunted media, a benevolent tribe of new wave witches, a Goth teenager with real magic powers, a bizarre cult that inhabits abandoned malls, & much more.
Clark’s work deals with childhood, memory, the uncanny, and the obscure corners of popular culture. Referencing an early 90s aesthetic, influenced by laserdiscs, pogs, and dark allure of arcades, this film captures the ineffable fantasy in the mind of kids that dedicated their lives to these things. Also: Clark-directed animations and music videos (2008 3m).
Where: Beyond Baroque, 681 Venice Bl. Venice, CA 90291
When: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Have a great weekend….See ya next Wed, Sept 25th….Mama needs to chill!