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This past month, I have been asking the universe to help me get rid of what is not working in my life. Two weeks ago I attended a private, early morning sale at Staples. Upon my arrival I was invited to enter a raffle. Twenty minutes later I hear my name called. You would have thought I had just won a trip to Paris on the Price is Right, the way I ran up the aisle, all giddy and giggly. My prize? A shredder. How’s that for a response!
Well speaking of shredding in another way, there are plenty of people making waves this month coast to coast from New York City to Los Angeles. Free events, art and culture. Be sure to check some if not all of them out!
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN NEW YORK CITY
There’s still time!
Anna Gutto and Nick Stevenson on the set of The Contenders
Tickets for the New York Premiere of The Contenders are still on sale. Only $6 and no waiting in line. Purchasing a ticket in advance will also RSVP you for the following reception. Visit the link below for more information and ticket sales. The Contenders will premiere on April 28th @ 9pm at the Anthology Film Archives located at 32 Second Avenue @2nd Street in New York City.
Of course if Thursday is your night then:
Every Thursday Night @ 8:30 pm
at the JOE FRANKLIN COMEDY CLUB
in CHARLEY O’s restaurant
Located at 45th St and 8th Ave., in TIMES SQUARE
the WHAT’S YOUR PROBLEM? Music Show
SPONSORED BY the CRUNCH GYM
In May we will have Janet Arneau one of New York’s finest comedian’s entertaining you! She will also play What’s Your Problem?, giving our audience the opportunity to win prizes! Everyone goes home happy and a couple of audience members go home with presents. One of our prizes being a 2 week membership to Crunch Gym!
Also to resume in May, if you have a secret desire to be a comedian yourself, well you are in luck, we also play “LET’S MAKE A COMEDIAN” giving any audience member a 2 minute try at making the audience laugh!
Come and join THE FUN make a reservation at: 212-977-0025
Or buy a ticket online:
On the lighter side:
BOOK SIGNING PARTIES WITH HOLLYWOOD CORRESPONDENT GAYLE MURPHY, AUTHOR OF INTERVIEW TACTICS: NEW YORK & HOLLYWOOD…May 1st and 8th.
COME TO THE T-SALON!! YOU’RE INVITED to a Book Signing Party. Bring
a friend or three. Grab a comfy seat and enjoy an aromatic tea from a faraway
land and a scrumptious snack. YUM.
If you don’t know about the gorgeous T-Salon, you need to! It’s the 1st sustainable
tea bar and market. http://www.tsalon.com
Los Angeles Event: Sat. May 1st from 1p-3p, The T-Salon/LA, 7111 Melrose Ave.
(W of La Brea), Hollywood, CA 90046
New York Event: Sat. May 8th 5p-7p, The T-Salon/Chelsea (in the Chelsea Market),
459 E. 15th St. NY, NY 10001.
We’ll be having fun and raising funds for charity on both coasts! A portion of book
sales to benefit GINA for Missing Persons FOUNDation. An AMAZING organization
that’s already found over 500+ people!!
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN LOS ANGELES
Mark your calendars!
Writer and starring Actor, David L. Ray has revised this heartfelt one man show which premiered in Los Angeles. The solo performance of 7 Miles From Prison will be produced this summer at the historic Cherry Lane Theate in Manhattan as part of the Fresh Fruit Festival.
Before the trip back East, David well be holding a FREE Los Angeles workshop performance in Culver City.
May 16th, 2010 — 6 PM
4464 Sepulveda Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90230
Save The Date!
Hollywood Boulevard Sneak Preview and Reception of
One day on Hollywood Boulevard, from sunrise to sunset, a gal wakes up on the footprints of Grauman’s Chinese with no memory.
The Egyptian Theatre — hosted by the American Cinematheque Wednesday, April 28th, 7:30PM
It will be quite a night, including a cast/crew Q&A and a post-screening wine & champagne reception hosted by Barefoot Winery. Along with Sybil Temtchine (Ten Benny opposite Adrien Brody, USA’s Kojak), the cast includes Pippa Scott (John Ford’s The Searchers) and H.M. Wynant (Sam Fuller’s Run of the Arrow, classic Twilight Zone, Batman, Gunsmoke, and much more), who will all be present for the discussion afterward.
They had a fantastic debut at the STARZ DENVER FILM FESTIVAL where the film was nominated for the “Emerging Filmmaker Award” and received a rave print review:
“Fascinating… A Fun Film… I Loved it!” Gil Whiteley, Denver Daily News
On our website (http://footprintsthefilm.com/), you can read many prominent industry endorsements, see the poster, and view the trailer.
“It would mean so much to me if you were able to join all of us on this very special night.” ~ Steve Peros
If you are unable to attend the April 28th screening, there is an additional screening of the film in about a week on Tuesday, March 30th, 7PM as part of the 12th METHOD FEST Film Festival.
The Method Fest Film Festival screening will take place at the Regency Agoura Hills 8, Theater 1, 29045 Agoura Hills Road, Agoura Hills, CA 91301. It will be followed by a cast/crew Q&A.
And finally… don’t miss the last two performances of:
The Black Box Theater is proud to present the premier of an experimental evening of one act-plays written and directed by the multi-talented artist Z.N. Lupetin performed by Mark Weiler (The Forgotten, Cold Case, The Mentalist) and Alisha Seaton (Universal Pictures horror hit-The Fourth Kind).
“Rubber Necking” will be an edgy evening (think Albee meets Durang on speed) that will showcase the actors playing three very different couples coping with the consequences of their often jet-black love affairs. Moving from absurdly funny to genuinely frightening within the span of a few minutes, these three bizarre, sexually charged and in the end, deeply human plays will entertain you and stick with you for a long time.
The stories are as follows:
“FIND SOMEONE! [INC] ” A post-apocalyptic dating service brings together an abused and marginally-insane law-office temp (who desperately needs a man to get her pregnant) and a disturbed but charming construction worker (who may be a serial killer).
“BIRTHDAY BOY” A professor of atomic ethics in a dying marriage has a tradition every year where he pays a high school girl, a friend of the family, to be his “present”.
“DOWN THE HILL” Jack and Jillian are two heroin addicts who have committed a strange and unspeakable sexual act the night before that may or may not have killed the baby that Jillian is about to have. They wait together by the phone for the final results from the doctor.
Friday, April 23rd – 8pm
Saturday, April 24th – 8pm
Tickets are $12
Plus! Sweet musical guests to join the show!
The Leftover Cuties: Apr 23
Homesick Elephant Apr 24
YOU CAN BUY TICKETS AT THE DOOR, OR ONLINE IF YOU ARE COOL LIKE THAT:
website and more info: http://rubberneckingtheplay.wordpress.com/