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HEY MR. DJ TURN THE MUSIC ON!
Over the past five years, Grammy award winning producer, Winston “DJ Blackout” Thomas has produced hits for some of the biggest names in pop dance music today: Nicki Minaj, Jason Derulo, Mims and Flo-Rida to name a few.
On Saturday March 16th during SXSW DJ Blackout will introduce the world to his latest discovery, Elevate Music group’s debut artist, Justin Anthony on Saturday, March 16th At Empire Control Room 606 East 7th Street Austin at 5pm as part of the Fighter Interactive/Heard Entertainment SXSW Showcase.
“At first glance Justin Anthony looks like an average guy. But then he opens his mouth and everything changes. His accent is undeniably Jamaican yet, the obvious, he is Caucasian. “His sound is a fusion, we call it Island Pop,” says Blackout.
Early in the artist development process, when Blackout knew that Justin was serious, he introduced the project to his friend, businessman and Executive Producer, Louis Massaro. The two formed Elevate Music group, with Justin being the first release.
Justin Anthony’s first single and video, “Good Luv” features Snoop Dogg.
Snoop is not scheduled to perform.
For more info on Justin Anthony visit the WEBSITE .
The GRAMMY Museum, in cooperation with Ringo Starr, will debut a major new exhibition, Ringo: Peace & Love opening on June 12, 2013. This one-of-a-kind, limited-run exhibit will offer visitors an unprecedented in-depth look at all aspects of Starr’s musical and creative life – as a musician, artist, actor, and as the man the world knows and loves simply as ‘Ringo.’ It will also aim to propel Starr’s universal message of peace and love.
Ringo: Peace & Love is both the first major exhibit ever dedicated to a drummer and the first to explore the extraordinary career of the 7-time GRAMMY Award® winner. The scope of exhibit spans Ringo’s early life growing up in Liverpool, from Raving Texans turned Rory Storm, from The Beatles, to becoming a solo artist and then to the All Starrs with whom he is on tour now – this unique collection brings together diverse artifacts, rare and never before seen photographs, documents, personal letters and footage.
Ringo: Peace & Love will be located on the second floor of LA Live, 800 West Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015 and will include:
The drum kit Ringo played at Shea Stadium
The drum kit he played on the Ed Sullivan show
Ringo’s Sgt Pepper Suit
The cape he wore in Help!
The Red Jacket worn during the filming of The Beatles rooftop concert
Personal letters, photographs and documents from the Starkey family and Ringo’s days with the Beatles
It will also be an interactive exhibit, where visitors can take a drum lesson with Ringo.
“I’m honored that Ringo has chosen to work with us to create Ringo: Peace & Love,” said Bob Santelli, Executive Director of The GRAMMY Museum. “We are particularly excited to celebrate Starr’s extraordinary musical legacy with the legions of fans who admire him, as well as to introduce him to a new generation of music lovers.”
Ringo: Peace & Love will be on display in The GRAMMY Museum’s Special Exhibits Gallery through November 2013, after which the exhibit will tour to select cities until 2014. Other cities to be announced soon.
Museum admission is $12.95 for adults; $11.95 for senior citizens (65+); and $10.95 for students with I.D. (ages 6 – 22) and members of the military.
GRAMMY Museum members and children 5 and under are admitted free.
Located at 800 West Olympic Boulevard, Suite A245, Los Angeles, CA 90015, with an entrance off of Figueroa Street, the Museum resides within the L.A. LIVE campus, at the intersection of Olympic Boulevard and Figueroa Street in downtown Los Angeles.
For more information, please call 213.765.6800 or visit www.grammymuseum.org. For exclusive content, join the organization’s social networks as a Twitter follower at www.twitter.com/thegrammymuseum, and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thegrammymuseum.
About The GRAMMY Museum
Paying tribute to music’s rich cultural history, this one-of-a-kind, 21st-century Museum explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music, the creative process, the art and technology of the recording process, and the history of the premier recognition of excellence in recorded music — the GRAMMY Award. The GRAMMY Museum features 30,000 square feet of interactive and multimedia exhibits located within L.A. LIVE, the downtown Los Angeles sports, entertainment and residential district.
Through thought-provoking and dynamic public and educational programs and exhibits, guests can experience music from a never-before-seen insider perspective that only The GRAMMY Museum can deliver.
Yesterday, February, 27th Pixie Geldof, Ashley Olsen, Chloe Moretz, Virginie Ledoyen and Emma Roberts were among the guests in Paris as H&M presented its first ever catwalk show during Paris Fashion Week. Watch the video with the H&M’s Autumn Collection 2013 shown in the specially created space within the grounds of the Musée Rodin. The collection will be available in around 200 stores worldwide, as well as online, from September 5, 2013.
And FYI – The after party ROCKED!
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MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL ANNOUNCES “24,601 FACES OF LES MISÉRABLES” SWEEPSTAKES
In honor of the release of Les Misérables the motion picture, set to open nationwide on Christmas Day, Music Theatre International (MTI) is presenting the “24,601 Faces of Les Misérables Sweepstakes” in conjunction with Universal Studios. Prizes are exclusive movie and musical memorabilia for four winners of the free contest and include:
- a Les Misérables Libretto autographed by the show’s creators
- an assortment of motion picture promotional materials
- the novel by Victor Hugo
- an original Broadway cast recording
- Les Misérables in Concert 25th Anniversary DVD
View the super cool infographic here: http://www.lesmiserablesfilm.com/infographic/index.html
To enter, participants must follow the following steps:
1) Upload a photo/video of yourself either from a production of Les Misérables / Les Misérables School Edition in which you were involved, a video describing your favorite Les Misérables moment, or a photo/video of yourself and friends at a showing of the film.
2) Give your photo/video a title.
3) Provide a brief description of your photo/video.
4) Tag your picture with 24601.
Entries will be accepted until January 3, 2013 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Every Friday during the Sweepstakes (December 14, 21, 28, January 4) a winner will be randomly selected and announced on Facebook (facebook.com/mtishows) & Twitter (@mtishows)*. The winner will also be emailed directly.
Facts and Figures
Les Misérables has been performed so many times and in so many places that its statistics are always changing. The LES MISÉRABLES Official Website has some of the most up to date statistics about the production. Here are just a few. The website contains many more remarkable statistics, photos, videos, news and more.
- When Les Misérables celebrated its 21st London birthday on October 8th, 2006, it became the world’s longest running musical, surpassing the record previously held by Cats in London’s West End.
- In January 2010, the West End production broke another record by celebrating its historic 10,000th performance.
- Les Misérables has been translated into 21 different languages. (English, Japanese, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, German, Polish, Swedish, Dutch, Danish, French, Czech, Castillian, Mauritian Creole, Flemish, Finnish, Argentinian, Portuguese, Estonian and Mexican Spanish).
- Productions have played in 43 countries and over 300 cities.
- The production has played over 47,000 professional performances giving a total audience figure of more than 60 million people worldwide.
- Les Misérables has won over 70 major theatre awards including an Olivier, Tony & Grammy.
- There have been over 40 cast recordings of Les Misérables including albums, singles and the symphonic.
- Largest Single Live Audience: 125,000 people at the 1989 Australia Day concert in Sidney
- Largest Broadcast Audience: 400 million viewers in 197 countries during the 1996 European Football Championship starring 250 cast members
- The original production, still running in London has approximately 101 cast and crew directly involved in every performance (not including front of house staff, ticket sales, wardrobe staff, set contractors, maintenance, office staff, advertising and publicity.) Each performance entails 392 costumes consisting of over 5000 items of clothing and 85 wigs.
- Les Misérables gave 6680 performances on Broadway from February 28, 1987 to May 18, 2003. The production grossed $406,258,901.00 with an average ticket price of $46.00
The Motion Picture
The feature film version of Les Misérables hits theatres December 25, 2012 and stars Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Aaron Tveit, Samantha Barks with Helena Bonham Carter and Sacha Baron Cohen. It is produced by Cameron Mackintosh with Eric Fellner and Tim Bevan of
Working Title and Universal Studios and is directed by Tom Hooper. Check out photos, videos and more here http://www.lesmiserablesfilm.com/.
About Music Theatre International
Music Theatre International (MTI) is one of the world’s leading theatrical licensing agencies, granting schools as well as amateur and professional theatres from around the world the rights to perform the largest selection of great musicals from Broadway and beyond. MTI works directly with the composers, lyricists and book writers of these shows to provide official scripts, musical materials and dynamic theatrical resources to over 60,000 theatrical organizations in the US and in over 60 countries worldwide.
by Tracey Paleo
We live in a delusional culture. It is that simple.
There may be Those Whom The Gods Love, but in writer/director Olivia Lilley’s two act drama of 3 people trying to live a lie it is obvious that delusion is an addiction we may never break because the alternative, Reality, is unbearable.
It is a story of psychotic proportions wrapped inside the self-deceptions of three individuals who on every level seemingly get sucked into the proverbial Hollywood Dream.
Billed as a “coming of age” story, Those Whom The Gods Love is a tawdry tale of Sonia (Elise Cantu) a sheltered astrophysics major who secures, via the internet, Darren (Tyler Ham Pong), an aging trust fund baby (at all of the age of 30), who flies her out for the weekend from Chicago to lose her virginity and Lulu (Christina Myers), Darren’s neighbor and earlier fling, a former Harvard dropout turned undercover paparazza, who will stop at nothing to win back the love of a Lindsay Lohanesque superstar.
Those Whom The Gods Love takes us through a profundicized gamut of mediocrity advanced by a generation whose perspective of the world is mostly realized through television, celebrity gossip, fantasy games and sexting. In fact this play is a version of an outcome that “could have happened” had Ms. Lilley herself, accepted the sort of invitation that was offered to her in real life from an entertainment executive, long distance, early in her writing career.
Ms. Lilley’s “almost” experience is the grounds for Sonia’s character whose goal is to virtually if not actually erase herself as the isolated college student who although scientifically brilliant is lonely and desperate for beauty, money, excitement, nightlife, fashion, and famous friends — all of the things we are made to want in the purely advertorial societies within which we now live; an anxiety also shared by Darren and by the spiraling Lulu whose (very un-paranormal) doppelgänger the naive Sonia quickly becomes.
Grabbing at quotes from Andy Warhol and Oscar Wilde it is clear that these pleasure seekers are as eviceral as air and yet the desire for pleasure is so evocatively seductive.
For those of us with a clearer head, able to look at life straight in the eyes, it is oppressive and twisted. Living outside of this very “real” spurious existence, is to be completely ostrasized. To have no place at all; to be silent, unnoticed, unimportant and undesirable. We’ve gone far far beyond just having the latest and greatest anything. We have been “Sucker Punched” living the psychosis like Babydoll except we are not trying to escape the asylum. We like it.
What is least interesting in this play is what is actually its brilliance. I.e. although lacking in a classical theatrical style or even depth, “always in the middle of a thought” writing, playing the ideas a bit too small and very “slice of life,” and at instances, struggling with blocking and structure, it nevertheless, absolutely captures and specifically mirrors the obsessive ideals and behaviors of today’s youth culture which are not merely the affectations of people wanting to “be somebody.”
Andy Warhol’s words, “Everyone will be famous for 15 minutes” is now the realm of passe and the aphorisms of Oscar Wilde reign supreme, “The first duty in life is to be as artificial as possible. What the second duty is no one has as yet discovered.”
Cast members Elise Cantu, Tyler Ham Pong and Christina Myers all resonate in their respective portrayals amplifying the intellectual sentiments and questionably ethical “spirit of the age.”
Ms. Lilley’s point of view as she matures as a writer will hopefully continue to offer us a sound, if not brutal portrait of ourselves.
Well done.Those Whom The Gods Love NO MORE PERFORMANCES Written and Directed by Olivia Lilley Presented by Kids Terribles http://www.KidsTerribles.com Producer – Christina Myers Set Design – Andrew Leitch Lighting Design – Mike Berger Costumes – Mitra Hosseini Stage Manager – Marcus Gonzalez Props – Alec MacNamara Production Assistant – Robert Norman Lost Malibu Surfur – Parker Marshar
October is a big, big month and mixing it up this year are lot’s of local and national happenings from Foods to Fests, Pink to Postmodern. Check out of few of these leads for inspiration while carving those Jack O’ Lanterns…
“Madonna is in for lunch, Elton John wants a birthday cake, Sean
Connery loves the beef, Mick Jagger can’t get a table because Michael
gave it to his wife. Kim Kardashian is here launching her clothing line. And can Michael make a menu for Dustin Hoffman?”
With over 25 million people living with diabetes in the U.S., everyone
knows someone that has diabetes. Michael Moore, Australian Celebrity Chef and author of BLOOD SUGAR: Inspiring Recipes for Anyone Facing the Challenges of Diabetes and Maintaining Good Health (New Holland) is determined to share his personal message of healthy eating to everyone as a chef living with diabetes. Whether one is pre- or post diabetic, planting the seed of healthy eating is a
topical subject that has mass appeal. http://www.michaelmoorechef.com/
UNJUNK YOUR HALLOWEEN
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…On a candy coated mission to unjunk the world™, starting with the biggest candy holiday of the year.
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KEEP A BREAST
Etnies is collaborating with Keep A Breast Foundation (KAB) to raise awareness for KAB’s continuing efforts to eradicate breast cancer by exposing young people to methods of prevention, early detection and support. It’s just simple. Get a pair. Save a life. A portion of the proceeds from the KAB/etnies Woozy will go to KAB’s awareness program.
For more info check out – http://etnies.com/shop/woozy-keep-a-breast/natural/
Michelle Pfeiffer will host the 8th Annual Pink Party in support of the Cedars-Sinai Women’s Cancer Program (WCP) at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute at Hangar 8 in Santa Monica on October 27, 2012 presented by Elyse Walker.
Anticipated to be the biggest fashion event to take place in Los Angeles in years. The fashion show will be on 54-foot catwalk and will feature looks from designers: Barbara Bui, Brunello Cucinelli, Chloé, J. Mendel, KaufmanFranco, Kelly Wearstler, Stella McCartney and Valentino.
Pink party® is a celebration of women, fashion, friendship and life and eight years of philanthropy supporting one of the premier medical and research centers in the world. It is without question that this year’s pink party® will be bigger and better than ever,” said Elyse Walker.
Celebrities who have lent their name in support of both the event and the cause include: Michelle Pfeiffer and David E. Kelley, Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, Kate Beckinsale and Len Wiseman, Katie McGrath and JJ Abrams, Leslie Mann and Judd Apatow, Jennifer Meyer Maguire and Tobey Maguire, Stacy Keibler, Maria Menounos, Molly Sims, Marcia Cross, Bernadette & “Sugar” Ray Leonard, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Brad Hall, Jessica Capshaw, Caroline and Chris O’Donnell, Serena & Shawn Levy, Michelle & Michael Chiklis, Courtney Thorne-Smith and Roger Fishman, Jamie Lee Curtis, Giada de Laurentiis and Todd Thompson, Stacey Snider & Gary Jones, Allison Janney, Beth Riesgraf, Carrie Preston, Lisa Edelstein, and more.
For more information, please visit: www.pink-party.org
AIA Los Angeles and the City of Los Angeles Gear up to Celebrate Architecture Month this October!
October is Architecture Month in Los Angeles! In celebration, AIA|LA, in conjunction with Community Partners, will host a slew of events across the city that educate the public about architecture and architects, celebrate the profession and encourage the dialogue between those interested in the built environment. The theme for this year is, “Designing Design.” Come help celebrate Architecture Month!
One Last Bit…
Looks like the Angels are back together and cooler than ever!
Cameron Diaz donned celeb favorite Earnest Sewn Soft Blue jeans while shopping for wedding dresses with gal pal, Drew Barrymore, in Beverly Hills.
Heavenly all around.
Stella by Starlight Honors Harry Belafonte and James Earl Jones with a Star Studded Affair at The Players Club New York City
Gia was On The Move, this Sunday evening, May 20th, with the help of New York City colleague and media correspondent, Janet Arneau, of What’s Your Problem, TV, stepping into the spotlight at, The Stella Adler Studio of Acting Seventh Annual Stella by Starlight Benefit Gala, at the Players Club in New York City, which turned out stars and sophistication at this glamorous event.
This year’s honorees included Grammy and Emmy Award Winner Harry Belafonte who received the Marlon Brando Award, and Academy®, Emmy and Tony Award Winner James Earl Jones, who received “The Stella Adler Award.”
Other honorees included, Tony Winner Daryl Roth and television and radio host Ed Schultz, who both received “The Harold Clurman Spirit Award,” and CEO for the Americas, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Masa Tanaka, who was given “The Stella Adler Corporate Award.”
All funds raised from the evening will be used to support the studio’s charitable programs including Outreach Division Program, which provides free actor training to low-income, inner-city youth. The Outreach Division has served and trained more than 3,000 students since its inception in 2004.
“I am especially honored by the commitment of our prestigious honorees at Stella by Starlight this year. Each in their own way, Harry Belafonte, James Earl Jones, Daryl Roth, Ed Schultz and Masa Tanaka are groundbreakers who held fast to courageous positions, confronted injustice or atrocity and paved new paths that made important differences in our time,” Artistic Director of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting, Tom Oppenheim, stated. “They are wonderful role models for young theater artists who must fortify themselves with a commitment to truth, beauty and the conviction that they have a voice that can and will make a difference for the audiences they serve.”
Over the years, the Stella by Starlight Gala has honored some of the most distinguished artists in the entertainment and media industries. They have included Whoopi Goldberg, Liz Smith, Warren Beatty, Liza Minelli, Martin Sheen, Annette Bening, Harold Bloom, Tony Kushner, Elaine Stritch, Sidney Lumet, Ruby Dee, the late Ozzie Davis and the late Roy Scheider, as well as other key entertainment, theatrical and business leaders.
Since 1949, The Stella Adler Studio of Acting has been the premier actor training program in New York City and around the country. They have trained thousands of actors and artists, including the likes of Marlon Brando, Robert De Niro, Elaine Stritch, Benicio del Toro, Alvin Ailey, and Salma Hayek. The studio encourages its students to be well-versed in not only theater, art, music and literature, but also to be involved in social, humanitarian and community-related issues.
About The Stella Adler Studio of Acting: The Stella Adler Studio of Acting is an acting school based in New York City. The actress and teacher Stella Adler founded the Studio in 1949. Adler founded the Studio on her belief in the seriousness of her art. Adler and the school have trained many of the brilliant actors of our time. The Stella Adler Studio of Acting is a nonprofit organization, which trains over 500 actors annually. The Studio also presents public lectures, poetry readings, concerts, theater performances, dance theater events and an annual arts festival.www.stellaadler.com
Contributed by Editor Tracey Paleo in association with Janet Arneau
Ahhhh…The Kentucky Derby. The hats, the fashions, all those horses!
Celebrities abounding this year at one of America’s most celebrated events, better known as “the greatest two minutes in sports,” including Daddy Long Legs, Optimizer, Take Charge Indy, Union Rags, Dullahan, Bodemeister, Rousing Sermon, Creative Cause, Trinniberg, Daddy Knows Best, Alpha, Prospective, Went The Day Well, Hansen, Gemologist, El Padrino, Done Talking, Sabercat, I’ll Have Another, Liason and My Adonis…(and those were just the competitors!), were joined by other surprising arrivals wearing their brilliant colors.
Showcasing the finest Spring fashions as is the longstanding tradition of the Derby, Twilight actor Kellan Lutz did not disappoint and arrived in style to
The 138th Kentucky Derby wearing his Vineyard Vines. The actor looked dapper and handsome in his Victory Stripe Pink Tie and Little Bits Pocket Square as he watched “I’ll Have Another” win the prized race.
Well they do say a little competition never hurt!
Contributed by Tracey Paleo
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Celebrated in over 175 countries each year on April 22nd, Earth Day is a day set aside to inspire awareness and appreciation for the Earth’s natural environment, and encourage its residents to take steps to repair the damage we have caused.
The largest online provider of sustainable flowers and eco-friendly gifts, Organic Bouquet is focused on responsible practices in every step of production – from the environment to the growers through the distribution chain to the final consumer. Want to help spread awareness in your circle? Established to help non-profit partners continue to make positive changes in the work they do, Organic Bouquet’s Flower’s for Good ™ program offers a wide selection of charity bouquets, including offerings to support Green America, The Nature Conservancy, Keep America Beautiful and more, perfect for celebrating important the day.
Whole Foods Market, America’s healthiest grocery store, is partnering with production and streaming company, NowLive to take its annual Do Something Reel Film Festival online this year. The film festival is an ongoing collection of provocative films about food and environmental issues that can be purchased online at www.dosomethingreel.com and streamed for a limited time.
Beginning in April, Whole Foods Market will stream a different film each month with proceeds helping to fund the 2012 Whole Foods Market/AFI-Discovery Channel Silverdocs Festival filmmaker grants. The festival opens April 22, with a live screening of “The Apple Pushers” narrated by Edward Norton (which is also available online for $5.99 from April 22-30, 2012), followed by a panel discussion hosted by Debi Mazar, “Entourage” and Cooking Channel’s “Extra Virgin”. NowLive will power the live chat as well as the film releases online.
WHERE: Alamo Drafthouse’s Slaughter Lane Theater in Whole Foods Market’s hometown of Austin. Additionally, theaters in Boston, Detroit, Pittsburgh and San Francisco will host simultaneous screenings and will stream the live chat. The panel discussion will also be live streamed for free to online viewers at www.dosomethingreel.com.
Earth Day is the largest secular civic event in the world, with more than 1 billion people in 180 countries involved in Earth Day activities, according to the Earth Day Network. With over 95 million “Acts of Green” registered with the network for this year’s Earth Day, April 22, individuals and businesses alike are committing to being greener.
Nielsen-Massey Vanillas, the maker of fine vanillas and flavors, is committed to environmentally friendly practices from its facility to the production of its vanilla products. They committed to making change on a big scale. So to celebrate Earth Day they suggested making one or many of these simple daily changes on April 22 because all of these can help to make a positive difference to Mother Nature:
• Ride a bike or use public transportation to get to work.
• Purchase fruits and vegetables from a local farmers market and pair it with Nielsen-Massey’s Organic Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract to make a gourmet Earth Day meal.
• Use water wisely by taking a shorter shower, turning off the faucet when brushing teeth or using cold water for laundry.
• Clean naturally. For example, add a dash of Nielsen-Massey’s Pure Lemon Extract to rinse water for a fresh scent or put a vanilla bean in a stinky trash can rather than spraying harmful cleaning supplies.
• Save energy by unplugging cell phones, computers and other electronics at night.