Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs. Cleveland Indians
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Head Of Passes
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Hamilton
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NHL Preseason: Anaheim Ducks vs. Arizona Coyotes
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Orphaned Land
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Hamilton
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One-Woman Show "Martha" Explores Pioneer of Modern DanceA fierce, witty, trail-blazing feminist, Martha Graham didn't let anything stop her from pursuing her vision. Christina Carlisi brings the founder of modern dance to vivid life in the one-woman show "Martha", a revealing look at a woman whose gifts helped revolutionize an art form. Graham told stories and expressed emotion through dance in a way people had never seen, and she continued to dance well into her seventies, simply because she refused to quit. Explore the creative process and drive of this major artist during this one-woman showcase at Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks.

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Sep 20, 2017 | From $13.00

"Sunset Jazz at Newport": Top Artists Amid Stunning Ocean ViewsFor the eighth year in a row, you can groove to straight-ahead jazz with a laid-back vibe on Wednesday nights throughout the summer. The Rose Garden and Seaview Terrace at Orange County's Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa provide the perfect outdoor oceanside backdrops for this collection of top artists, who'll all be playing two one-hour sets, separated by a half-hour intermission. Among the artists this year are the Ken Peplowski Quartet with Sue Raney, Carl Saunders Sextet, The Jazz Cruise All-Stars with Jeff Hamilton, Byron Stripling-Bobby Floyd Quartet, Barbara Morrison and the 17 piece Tom Kubis Big Band.

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The Red Shoes
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Ramon Ayala & Sus Bravos Del Norte
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Martha Graham simply refused to quit. Her influence on dance, which is often compared to Picasso’s influence on modern art and the impact that Frank Lloyd Wright had on architecture, has unequivocally transformed the art form. She pursued her vision with unwavering dedication in spite of the difficulties and challenges it brought to her life. Which were many. “Each one of us has all of life in us, and it is our choice to decide what we will reveal. How many drops of blood have gone into making you? How much memory is in that drop of blood?” – Martha Graham Ellen Melaver’s quintessential glimpse into the passionate heart and history of the woman who revealed a “hidden language of the soul of the body,” mines the triumphs and struggles faced by this pioneer of modern dance. Graham’s work manifested the complexities of human society, emotion, frailty, and perseverance as never before interpreted in dance. The first dancer invited to perform at the White House, the first choreographer to regularly employ a multiracial ensemble; she revolutionized set design, and was a champion for women. “Moments of magic…Carlisi’s performance can be incandescent” – LA Times Playwright Ellen Melaver has had her work produced at Williamstown Theater Festival, SPF, New Georges, Teatronetto in Tel Aviv, and Le Cirque Roman in Paris. Her play, Little White Mice from Broken Homes, was commissioned by Juilliard and Calendar was published by Smith & Kraus. Readings and workshops have been hosted by theaters such as Cherry Lane, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Florida Stage, Marin Theater Company, The Zephyr Theater, and Westside Arts. Television work includes pilots for Spyglass, Touchstone, CBS, and Fox, and she was a staff writer on What About Brian (ABC) and Paul Reiser's Love Bites (TBS). She is a graduate of The Juilliard School. Director Stewart J. Zully has helmed new works by David Lindsay-Abaire (Pulitzer Prize winner, 2007), Romulus Linney, Peter Tolan (Analyze This, The Larry Sanders Show), Rolin Jones (Weeds) and Marco Ramirez (Orange Is The New Black, The Royale). Most recently he directed the Los Angeles premiere of White Guy On the Bus, by Bruce Graham, at the Road Theatre. He garnered a Scenie Award (Direction of a Comedy - Intimate Theater) for his work on American Wee-Pie, by Lisa Dillman. Regional directing credits include the East Coast Premiere of Kent R. Brown's In The Middle of Nowhere (recipient of the Julie Harris Award), three new works at City Theatre’s Summer Shorts Series at The Arsht Center in Miami, part of America’s Short Play Festival in conjunction with Actor’s Theater of Louisville. Stewart co-wrote the feature film Perfect Opposites, which stars Piper Perabo, Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad), Joe Pantoliano, and Jennifer Tilly. The movie is based on the stage play A Piece of My Heart, by Matt Cooper, which Stewart directed at The Odyssey Theater in Los Angeles. A dancers career is usually short, but Martha Graham continued to dance into her seventies and choreographed until her death at age 96. For most artists, a life away from the arts feels impossible but when is it time to say..."when?” From the moment she steps on stage, she grabs our attention and doesn’t let go“ – Cultural Weekly Christina Carlisi (Martha) has worked as a dancer along side notables such as Chita Rivera, Bernadette Peters, Stanley Donen, Gower Champion, Ringo Starr, Rod Stewart, and Kenny Ortega. She has toured the world for Disney Productions and starred as the ballerina in the acclaimed production of Tamara in Los Angeles. Selected stage credits include Burn This, The Rivals, Juno and the Paycock,(Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award Nomination - Best Actress) Lady-Like (Drama Logue Award - Best Actress), Reckless, Shivaree (Drama Logue Award Best Actress), Seascape, The Boor, The Immigrant, Trojan Women, and A Midsummer’s Night Dream. Recent film and television credits include All About Steve, The Soul Collector, Wave Babes, Hear No Evil, and ELI (Winner Best Short - Comic-Con). (Web Series) Luke 11:17 (Series regular, nominated for two Webby Awards), (Television) Bones, Supernatural, Rizzoli & Isles, Criminal Minds, CSI, Glee, Six Feet Under, Ugly Betty, NYPD Blue, Providence, Picket Fences and Crystal Empire (series regular). “Brava, Ms. Christina Carlisi!!! Possesses all the creative elements…stunning” - Broadway World MARTHA runs Wednesdays at 8pm on July 19, August 16, and September 20, 2017. The Whitefire Theatre is located at 13500 Ventura Blvd. Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. Tickets are $25 and can be reserved at www.marthasoloplay.brownpapertickets.com . For more information: (818) 990-2324.

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LA Opera: James Conlon & Ana Maria Martinez - Carmen
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RAC
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Jordan Rakei
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The Red Shoes
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Harry Styles
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Formed in Medell??n, Colombia in the early 90s by drummer "Witchhammer" (Hugo Uribe) and guitarist/vocalist "Ripper" (Carlos Uribe). As they were influenced by 80s heavy and thrash metal the brothers decided to leave the death metal band, "Dark Millennium," that they were members of at the time and form a new group. Initially the group was made up of just the two brothers providing guitars, vocals and drums, and they made no recordings until 1997. In 1997 they released their first demo, "The First Necromancy", which was recorded without bass. The following year a second demo "Turn In Your Graves" was recorded the same way, but due to economic problems, it was never released. Sometime after this their song "Metal Mania" was featured on a compilation of local metal bands called "To Meet The Storm." In 2000 they were contacted by Colombia's Malignant Productions who released a vinyl mini-album entitled Witching Metal, limited to 500 copies. At around the same time Darkmoon (4) was recruited as a full time bassist and was included in the recording sessions for "Witching Metal". The following year Hell Attacks Productions signed the band to release their debut full length album Sorceress Bitch on CD. Late in 2002, Darkmoon (4) was fired from the band and soon replaced by Edison Gil (AKA Enforcer). In 2004 "Desecration Of Evil" from "Turn In Your Graves" was featured on "Ataque demoni??co Vol. 1" a compilation issued on vinyl released by the South American label "Dark Desires Productions" and the French label Ordealis Records licensed Sorceress Bitch from Hell Attacks Productions. In 2005 the band founded their own label Dirty Sound Records. One of the first actions of the label was to purchase the rights to Witching Metal from Malignant Productions and reissue it on CD. Additionally the North American label Utterly Somber Creations licensed Sorceress Bitch from Hell Attacks Productions and released a picture disc version which featured "Metal Mania" as a bonus track. Following this the Japanese label Obliteration Records released The First Necromancy, a CD that compiled both of their original demos as well as "Metal Mania" from the "To Meet The Storm" compilation. In 2006 after six months of mixing and mastering No Anesthesia was released by Dirty Sound Records. Hugo, Carlos and Edison are also members of the Colombian band Nightmare.

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Sep 20, 2017 |

Chicago-based Andrew Belle has made a name for himself as one of our more compelling songwriters since releasing his debut album The Ladder in 2010. Though that album held strong at number one for several weeks on iTunes's singer-songwriter chart and earned dozens of television and film licenses, Belle boldly followed a new muse on the album's electronic, alternative follow-up, Black Bear. His third and latest album Dive Deep doubles down on the ethereal electronic sound of Black Bear, and sees Belle pushing himself to new depths as a songwriter, a vocalist, and a composer. Soaring choruses and moody arrangements abound on Dive Deep, a thoughtfully crafted and deeply felt album that deserves consideration among peers like James Blake and Bon Iver.

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Mantas, Abaddon and The Demolition Man...back and more Venomous than ever...it's time things got straight....got real. The great VENOM is back!

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Jordan Rakei signs to Ninja Tune and unveils new single ???Sorceress???. At only 25, the New Zealand born multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and producer is a rare talent whose distinct take on soul captures a sonic and emotional awareness many artists spend their entire careers chasing. ???Sorceress???, the first single taken from his forthcoming album, sees Jordan edging beyond the peripheries of the genial, often sun-flecked sound his fans have come to know him for. "It???s about how the ego can fully control the way you act and perceive life,??? he says. Jordan???s whirlwind rise has been a predominately solo effort. His exceptional musical ability (he writes, sings and plays most of the instrumentation on his records himself) is accompanied by an unrelenting - yet agreeably humble - ambition. His aptitude and knack for songwriting caught the attention of tastemakers following the release of his 2014 EP "Groove Curse???. His self-released debut album ???Cloak??? (2016) lit the blue touch paper, earning him a coveted set at Pitchfork Avant-Garde Block Party 2016 and supports for the likes of Jamie Woon and NAO. Drawing early support from the Soulection crew, he has collaborated with Taku, Tom Misch, FKJ, and lent vocals to the Disclosure track ???Masterpiece??? (from their 2015 album ???Caracal???) after the duo were tipped off by a friend who had seen Jordan play a tiny basement bar in Australia. He is equally respected by the jazz fraternity - collaborating with United Vibrations (featuring Yussef Dayes of Yussef Kamaal fame), Richard Spaven (Flying Lotus, 4 Hero, Jos?? James) and Alfa Mist. Moving from Australia to London, Jordan met Bradley Zero, founder of South London record label and party Rhythm Section. Bradley encouraged him to try his hand at a collection of dancefloor-driven tunes which became the EP "Joy, Ease, Lightness", released by the label at the end of 2016 under the alias Dan Kye. With a recent sold out date at KOKO in London this past April, Jordan has established an incredibly diverse live show that he is set to take on the road in Autumn across the US and Europe.

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