The 22nd annual Starlight Serenade Benefit Concert on Friday, October 13 will showcase another outstanding line up of incredible award-winning musicians and entertainers to benefit Hands4Hope LA’s free after school youth program and single parent support activities in North Hollywood and Van Nuys.
Soulful and stirring, this one-of-a-kind theatrical event breathes new life into the Oedipus myth with a score of powerful gospel music. The blinded Oedipus arrives at the town of Colonus, near Athens, seeking rest and redemption after a lifetime of tragedy. But he is pursued by enemies, including his own son. Based on Sophocles’s Oedipus at Colonus from the 5th century BCE, this adaptation blends Greek myth with Black spiritual practice for a jubilant, life-affirming, musical journey.
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“The Gospel at Colonus” infuses an abundant joy and forgiveness into the space. As Oedipus aches with a yearning to be understood and released from the dark mantle of his life, the songs rise to meet this epic task. Beautifully written, powerfully and gorgeously performed, the words ancient and the meaning as purposeful and as profound as it ever was.
A Street Car Named Desire review. It’s iconic for a reason. The clashing of two powerful personalities, Blanche and Stanley, causing the tension to boil hotter and hotter. Both explosive. Both unpredictable. Both calculating their next move waiting for the other to weaken. It’s intense and, when done well, unmissable.
“Freud on Cocaine” is just as funny, clever, fascinating, purposeful and quietly insightful as the rest of Mr Skora’s work. Howard Skora has a wicked way of turning pain into humor while still maintaining its original effect on his characters and their stories. “Freud on Cocaine” is an absolute trip! Love, love, loved it!
A NoHo Arts theatre review of “An Infinite Ache” written by David Schulner, directed by Mia Christou and produced by Crimson Square Theatre Company, running through October 1 at the Beverly Hills Playhouse.
A NoHo Arts theatre review of “Walking in Space” written by Gary Michael Kluger, directed by Arden Theresa Lewis at Theatre West through October 1. “Walking in Space” is a really fascinating story and told with all the insight and nuance of one who’s been at the center of it. The characters are incredibly believable, their relationship to each other deep and visceral, with humor and secrets being their bond.
All About Oppenheimer. Nolan has fashioned an epic that works on many levels, from the historical to the emotional and intensely personal. He has crafted a film that draws you into the achievements and inner torments of a contradictory and controversial figure, a film that is complex, harrowing and richly rewarding.
Maarten Rischen’s “Serenity?” The track itself takes us on quite a ride, from sublime and gentle to a loud and rocking joyous celebration. But then even at its quietest moments, the music sounds like joy.
Todd Kowaluk’s “Enough is Enough.”
Kowaluk has a lovely voice too. Sweet, intimate, perfect for the song and its message. Gorgeous guitar, rhythmic, hooky, joyful lyrics. It’s uplifting, the message a positive one, even in its protestation.
Auroara Leigh’s “Emergence” - The softness of this track defies the power in it. The drums, the fiddle, the layers of voices. “They were always your scars, they were never mine.” Such gorgeous tones and heartfelt meaning. I love it. I hope to hear much more from Auroara Leigh.
11401 Chandler Blvd.
Contact Email and Telephone #
(310) 418 7421
# of Seats
50 - 100
Size of Stage area and Lobby area
‘Thrust Stage’ shape: 33ft...
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The NoHo Arts District is a one-square-mile community in North Hollywood that is home to more than 20 live, professional theatres, dance studios, art galleries, public art, music recording venues, acting and art workshops, international dining options, clothing and specialty shops, and businesses that create a myriad of art forms. NoHo is "Where the Arts Are Made."