Category Archives: Miscellanious

Pacific Opera Project to Livestream Madama Butterfly This Sunday

Pacific Opera Project’s new staging of Madama Butterfly, a co-production with Houston’s Opera in the Heights, is in the middle of a sold out run at Little Tokyo’s Aratani Theatre. If you missed last weeks premier and don’t have tickets … Continue reading

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Theater: Too Much Sun by Nicky Silver. Through April 28 at the Odyssey.

  For those who are fortunate, a family in chaos still functions as a family. And all of the turmoil that travails them (whether comedic or caustic, merely fantasized or fully realized) is balanced against a certainty of love. One … Continue reading

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The Intown Report’s Gig Picks of the Week 4/4/19 – 4/10/19

Looking for something cool to do to do this week? Here’s some cool show recommendations: Thursday 4/4 Cafe Nela – Terrodactyl, Revolting Sounds, Skin Drips, + Semtex Vest Highland Park Bowl – Carla Bozulich, Bobb Bruno, Devin Sarno, + Teasips … Continue reading

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Album Review: Bella Novela’s High Energy “Incinerate”

Long Beach-based Bella Novela are a trio that blend melodic metal with ’70s & ’80s rock, spearheaded by singer Jackie Laws’ powerful voice. Their songs are well-crafted blasts of drums (Jannea McClure), riffs and harmonizing guitar solos (Jacob Heath) that … Continue reading

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Pacific Opera Project Presents Madama Butterfly in Little Tokyo

On Saturday, April 6th, and continuing with two more performances the next weekend, Pacific Opera Project will present a new production of Puccini’s beloved opera Madama Butterfly at the Artani Theatre in Little Tokyo. Originally written and traditionally sung in Italian, POP … Continue reading

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LA Through a Cracked Lens: Larry David Curmudgeoning as Rita Wilson gets a Star on the Walk of Fame

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The Intown Report’s Gig Picks of the Week 3/28/19 – 4/3/19

Thursday 3/28 Bootleg Theater – Winter, Triptides, Julian Porte, + Total Heat Dr. Strange Records (Rancho Cucamonga) – Meet & Greet with HR of The Bad Brains, 3pm Fais Do-Do – Jeffertittis Moon, John Tyree, Josh Landau, Zeh Monstro, Don … Continue reading

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A Frenchman in Los Angeles: an Interview with Conductor Lionel Bringuier on His Return to LA and the Philhamonic

French Conductor Lionel Bringuier is returning to LA to lead the Los Angeles Philharmonic with pianist Hélène Grimaud from March 28th through 31st in a program of music by Gershwin and Ravel at Disney Hall. Bringuier was named the Phil’s … Continue reading

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Nude Art LA: The Power and Beauty of the Human Form Explored

Next Friday, March 29th, and Saturday, March 30th, don’t miss the expansively curated Nude Art LA for an unforgettable experience. The pop-up will be housed in the 16,000 square foot (air-conditioned) 11th floor of Cooper Design Space. There will be … Continue reading

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”Soul of a Nation’: a Major Exhibition of African American Art Opens at ‘The Broad’

Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-1983 opens this Saturday, March 23, 2019, at The Broad. Presented in collaboration with the Tate Modern, Brooklyn Museum, and Crystal Bridges Museum of Art in Arkansas, the exhibition … Continue reading

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