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AVPA Blurred Vison Theater Offers “The Seagull” for Final Weekend

AVPA Blurred Vison Theater Offers “The Seagull” for Final Weekend

If you were not at the Black Box Theater on the CCHS Campus last weekend to see "The Seagull" this weekend Anton Chekov will give you another chance. Chekov is a challenging playwright, and this early work is a classic with all the trimmings - A Russian country house by the lake, a family with money issues, a few spouses, a few lovers, and the constant craving to be an artist. The Blurred [...]

BADWest to Screen Angela Davis Doc at MCLM

BADWest to Screen Angela Davis Doc at MCLM

Monday, November 24, 2014 @7pm St. Clair Bourne 4th Monday Free Screening, MCLM in association with the BADWest St. Clair Bourne 4th Monday Documentary Series Presents Free Angela and All Political Prisoners Written and Directed by Shola Lynch Free Angela is a feature length documentary about Angela Davis. The high stakes crime, political movement, and trial that catapults the 26 year-old [...]

Doctors Symphony to Offer “Shall We Dance?”

Doctors Symphony to Offer “Shall We Dance?”

“Shall We Dance….” a concert by the Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra featuring memorable classic music of the dance - will be coming to the Vets Auditorium Sunday November 23, 2014. Program includes excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake” and “Sleeping Beauty;” Brahms’ “Hungarian Dance;” Stravinsky’s “Firebird;” Ravel’s “Minuet Antique;” and much [...]

Running for My Life – TS Owen

Running for My Life – TS Owen

I’ve been intentionally in shape three times in my adult life, and running was part of all three. So was quitting. Number One was when my sister-in-law Janet shared The Book of Running by Jim Fixx. She knew farmers don’t get as much exercise as you’d imagine and urged us to try it. The next day my husband and I burst through the front door, clattered down the porch steps and [...]

Dancing Days – Danger Zone, Donna Sternberg and Fumbling Towards Ecstacy

Dancing Days – Danger Zone, Donna Sternberg and Fumbling Towards Ecstacy

The AVPA Danger Zone Dance Concert on Friday Nov. 7 was entitled “To Be on Holy Ground,” a take on the quotation from the unique choreographer Martha Graham, “Wherever a dancer stands is holy ground.” For student dancers and choreographers, this kind of presentation can be a visit to paradise: a supportive audience, a wide stage and a moment to take off into flight. The AVPA students [...]

Peace Starts Here at Whole 9 Gallery

Peace Starts Here at Whole 9 Gallery

Peace Starts Here at the Whole 9 Gallery on Saturday, November 15, 6pm - 10pm, where 500 artists from 30 countries across 6 continents have joined hands to use art to change lives. Join us for the LA Premiere of the 2014 Peace Project Exhibit. Plus, take a look back at The Peace Project Exhibit through the years. We'll also have a silent auction and raffle. Not enough? We'll have a no-host [...]

Cartooning For Adults Only: Unleash Your Creative Potential

Cartooning For Adults Only: Unleash Your Creative Potential

If you've ever been enthusiastic about the thought of drawing cartoons, but dismissed it as a silly idea then this is for you. Ask any kindergarten class if anyone can draw and they will all raise their hands with excitement. Ask a group of 20-year-olds the same question and only one or two hands will go up. What happened? Somewhere between the ages of 5 and 20 we became obsessed with [...]

AVPA Blurred Vision Theater Company to Stage “The Seagull”

AVPA Blurred Vision Theater Company to Stage “The Seagull”

Anton Chekhov’s groundbreaking masterpiece The Seagull will open the 2014-15 season of AVPA’s Blurred Vision Theater Company. AVPA creative director of theater Jill Novick directs a strong ensemble cast of high-school theater students in the 1895 play, which follows 12 diverse characters, each deeply dissatisfied with his or her life, through a series of encounters at a Russian country [...]

One Song, Many Dances – Nov. 7 & 8

One Song, Many Dances – Nov. 7 & 8

Donna Sternberg and Dancers presents One Song, Many Dances on November 7 and 8 at 8:30 pm. One piece of music by renowned world music composer Yuval Ron is interpreted by five dance companies from different cultural backgrounds. This grand experiment investigates how an audience’s perception of music is affected by seeing it through the lens of dances from different cultures. Performing on the [...]

AVPA Danger Zone Dances Original Works Nov. 6 and 7

AVPA Danger Zone Dances Original Works Nov. 6 and 7

The Danger Zone Dance Project launches its 2014-15 season with a rare fall performance of original works by the students and teachers of the AVPA Dance Department at Culver City High School. Highlights of the evening – a more streamlined, experimental counterpart to the company’s traditional spring show – include: A performance of Yesterday’s Tomorrow, choreographed by AVPA [...]

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