Event Listings
Event Listings
By Jaemi Park
Sep 20, 2007 - 7:40:03 PM


Horowitz by Arbus: The Lost Diane Arbus Portaits

Until 10/13/2007

Flazh!Alley Studio proudly announces its new photography exhibition "Horowitz By Arbus - The Lost Diane Arbus Portraits." The exhibit consists of fifteen digital color prints [limited edition] from the original transparencies taken by the famed photographer Diane Arbus in conjunction with an ad campaign for Zeiss Lenses in 1969, two years before her death in 1971. These photographs have never been printed or exhibited before and are "new" to the public Arbus canon. Because of the importance of this collection, Flazh!alley Studio has extended the exhibition to twelve weeks. The only public receptions will be on San Pedro's 1st Thursdays Art Walk Nights, August 2, September 6 and October 4, 2007 from 7-11 PM. ADULTS ONLY (18 and over) "HOROWITZ BY ARBUS" can also be seen by appointment. Please call, 310.833.3633 or flazhalley@aol.com. Flazh!Alley Studio is in 1113 S.Pacific Ave, Suite B, San Pedro, CA90731.


Ford Amphitehater 2007 Summer Season

Until 10/14/07 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

In 2580 Cahuenga Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90068.

Known for providing L.A. audiences with adventurous contemporary and world arts programming, the historic open air Ford Amphitheatre hosts an impressive range of music, dance, theatre, film and family events in summer 2007. The 23-week season runs from May 11 to October 14, opening with a brand new retro-slide show comedy performance by histo-tainer Charles Phoenix and closing with the Ford’s first evening of music from Ghana. The Ford Amphitheatre season is a program of the Los Angeles County Arts Commission and is produced in collaboration with Los Angeles County-based arts organizations. Complete 2007 season information is available on the Ford web site, www.FordAmphitheatre.org or by calling the Ford box office, 323 GO 1-FORD (461-3673).


Fri, Sep 07 ”“ Sun, Oct 14
Thursday through Sunday @8pm

Cost : $25

Performance in 2511 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90057.

Inspired and mentored by long time friend Chazz Palminteri, Roger Rodd spins a classic tale that is equally appealing to football's fans and foes in this World Premiere production. The show itself is very entertaining and funny with a few good one-line gags throughout, hitting you like a linebacker on the gridiron. Michael Kearns directs this show with Rodd appearing in his football uniform ('natch) and nothing more. It's all in the storytelling and it shows!

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