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Cool New Indie Art to See

By Outreachnerd @CindyMarieJ

New musical – one night only

Cool New Works to See!


Varda, BrendaWHAT: SHINE: Monthly storytelling series features true stories of positive change. January theme is “Outside the Box” WHO: Performances by professional and amateur storytellers
Live music by singer/songwriter Brenda Varda
Produced by Jen Bloom, Sara Mayer and Isabel Storey.
Presented by Santa Monica Repertory Theater, Storey Productions and YWCA Women’s Partnership. WHEN:
Thursday, January 23*, 7:30-9:30pm.
Doors open at 7:30 pm for Guest Storyteller signup, live music and mingling. Stories start at 8:00 pm.
Series continues monthly
*Note: This is not the third Thursday of the month WHERE:
YWCA Santa Monica/Westside, 2019 14th Street, Santa Monica 90405. HOW: For more information, or 310-452-2321.
Those interested in becoming a Guest Storyteller are encouraged to visit in advance for monthly theme and guidelines. ADMISSION: $5-10 Donation PARKING: FREE and plentiful parking on-site and street

What do you get when you take one part rock-and-roll-tomfoolery, one part crazy-characters, one part whiskey and stir? “Things to Ruin” a theatrical rock concert featuring the songs of Joe Iconis coming to SoCal for one night only: January 11, 2014.

A C&L Special Event

Emily Arkuss, Jeff Buco, Ben Burch, Samantha Eve, Ari Gwasdoff , Josh Hillinger, Tyler Ledon, Katharine McDonough, Jamie Mills, Kelsey Schulte, Kristofer Sundquist, Joanna Syiek
Jennifer Lin MD’ing / on the keys
Tim Thavirat on the drums
Mike Wendland on guitar
Directed by Joanna Syiek
Stage Manager: Taylor Wilkerson
Assistant Director: Mitchell Webb

New Play at the Bootleg

Day Trader

Bootleg Theater &

Small American Productions



A World Premiere Play

by Eric Rudnick

Directed by Steven Williford+

Cast: Brighid Fleming*, Tim Meinelschmidt*, Danton Stone* and Murielle Zuker*

With: Dianna Aguilar, Victoria Hannath & Tymica Spiller

Set by Stephen Gifford^

Lights by Jared A. Sayeg^

Costumes by Michele Young

Projections by Adam Flemming^

Sound by Ivan Robles

Stage Managed by Ash Nichols

Assistant Stage Managed by Madison-Margaret Huckaby

A comedy writer in a career freefall becomes convinced that he deserves

more, and sets out to write his own Hollywood ending. Truth proves

stranger than fiction as he implicates his family, his best friend, and a

bewitching young woman to get what he thinks he’s got coming. Seduction,

suspicion, and suspense become intertwined in a twisted tale of comic noir

that leaves no one unscathed.

Opens January 11 at 7pm and runs through February 16

 Thursday - Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2pm

Box Office & Bar open 1/2 hour before show

General Admission $25

Students & Seniors $20


*Denotes member of one of the 4A Unions

^Denotes member of USA, United Scenic Artists

+Denotes member of SDC, Stage Directors & Choreographers Union

Address:  Westlake  ~ handicap accessible

Bootleg Theater 2220 Beverly Blvd. LA 90057 213.389.3856

Parking: $5 in the church parking lot (Praise Christian Fellowship Church), catty corner across from the Bootleg Theater, enter on Roselake Ave.  There is also ample street parking.

Transportation: 14/37 and 200 buses

Metro provides Bus transportation to the Bootleg Theater, now Metro Rail operates till 2AM on Fridays and Saturdays. For your best route or more info, visit the Metro Trip Planner or call (323) Go Metro or (323.466.3876).

Ask: As you’re on your way, ask us anything @DayTraderPlay or at 213-389-3856.

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