Shakespeare is My BF
Shakespeare on a tshirt:
I was over at the Egyptian theatre , volunteering for the annual Tiki Party and Luau Dinner.
It was alot of fun. I put wrist bands on people after they bought their tickets.
We had a wonderful Teriyaki chicken dinner, with pineapple upside down cake for dessert.
People were all in their Tiki outfits.
It was a great time !
The Thousandth Night
Tonight, I volunteered at The Colony Theatre for "The Thousandth Night".
I had to look at people's tickets, and direct them to their seating.
The show was a one man performance, about an actor heading being taken to a Concentration Camp during the World War.
Amazing performance. Dramatic and moving, and at times funny.
I think so far this is my favorite play of everything I have seen at The Colony.
Hot Day in Toluca Lake
It is so hot in Los Angeles, there is such a big heat wave going on !
And I was in Toluca Lake today and sweltering.
First, I volunteered at The Falcon Theatre , for the Children's performance Matinee of
The Ohmies .
It was a fun children's performance about yoga.
Lots of Butterflies and other fun characters.
Then it was over to Paty's restaurant, for a Turkey Burger and Green Salad.
Lots of Iced Tea - I sat outside on the patio in the heat.
Reading my latest copy of Prevention Magazine.
I like the sign at Paty's that says they don't cook in anything with Tras Fat.
After that, I really needed to do Grocery Shopping.
And it was to hot to drive from Toluca Lake all the way to the Whole Foods on Beverly Blvd in Hollywood.
So I called Directory Assistance, and found the Whole Foods Market
on Riverside Drive - and I went to that Whole Foods instead.
Before I drove home to Hollywood in the sweltering heat.
After the morning in Brentwood, we headed on over to the new Landmark Theatres
on Pico Blvd in West LA.
The place is still under-construction, but the general idea is very similar to The Archlight in Hollywood.
The theatres have great seating inside. Its assigned seating. Great concession stand. And there is a bar right next to the theatre. Soon there will be a restaurant and bookstore.
The concession stand may have fancy items - but my Pom Tea was $4.50 ... that for one bottle during the movie. Fancy food, but concession stand prices.
I saw the movie Mr. Brooks
Starring Kevin Costner .
This is the scariest movie I have seen in a while. Costner plays a wealthy business man, who is a serial killer at night. There were two places in the movie where I almost jumped out of my seat.
And I bet Kevin Costner gets nominated for an Oscar for this one - he was great.
The Colony Opening Night Party
Even though I already had a busy day .... I went to The Colony Theatre in Burbank tonight to do some volunteer work for them.
It was their opening night show and party for "The Thousandth Night" .
I helped them set-up the party, and then served wine and drinks all night.
There was delicious food, and lots of fun people to chat with.
It was a very fun night.
The Value of Names
Over at The Falcon Theatre tonight to volunteer.
The play was "The Value of Names".
And it starred Jack Klugman.
Wow ! It was great to see him onstage !
Tonight, the Colony Theatre had a volunteer Party and Orientation meeting.
They served nice appetizers and sandwiches for us. Then we had a meeting in the theatre.
I was a volunteer usher at the UCLA Frued Playhouse for The Reprise performance.
Tonights performance was "No Strings" - a musical by Richard Rogers.
Scott Bakula starred in this. So the show was sold out.
Sunday in Toluca Lake
Volunteered at Falcon Theatre this afternoon.
For the play, "Balancing Act".
It was the second time I have seen it.
Yeardley Smith is so funny in it.
After that, it was time to run errands.
I went to Marie Callender's and had a wonderful dinner.
Chicken with Mushrooms and Artichokes.
The portion was so huge, it was three servings - so I took some home for lunch at the office tomorrow.
I had actually been craving artichokes lately. And whenever I buy them, I don't seem to get around to cooking them.
Artichokes are a difficult vegetable to prepare.
So this was a perfect dinner... It satisfied my artichoke craving.
Then I ran into Trader Joes . The one on Riverside Drive is actually pretty small.
But I got most of what I needed. Especially my two favorites, the Organic Cranberry Juice, and Organic Decaf Chai Tea.
Then I realized on my way out, that Trader Joes has a monthly drawing.
If you bring your own grocery bag, they will enter you in a drawing for a free gift certificate.
I have to remember to bring my own bags in the future.
The only thing I noticed ... Our weather has been really weird lately.
We have had really blazing hot days, and then today seemed to cool down a bit.
But at both Marie Callender's and Trader Joes - the air conditioning was turned up to a bone-freezing chill.
At the restaurant, I had to ask to change tables, because one side of the restaurant was so cold. And where I ended up sitting - I was still cold.
Then I hurried through Trader Joes because it was so cold there to.
And it wasn't just me - believe me, it was freezing cold in both places.
I wonder if it was because it was just so warm outside, and no one adjusted the temperature once the weather started to cool off for the evening.
The Alex Theatre in Glendale has a wonderful tour.
We got a complete history lesson about the theatre.
And we went everywhere, all the way down to the basement, and up to the projection booth.
We got a great tour backstage.
I have to say I loved being on that huge stage !!!
I took a bunch of pictures.
I will eventually put them up on my Flickr page .
It takes me forever, because I take so many photos - but eventually they will be up there, I promise !
UPDATE: Here ya go: The Alex Theatre Tour Fickr Set - great pictures of the theatre !
The Geffen and The Newsroom Cafe
I went online and bought tickets from Goldstar Events .
This is a great on-line service that allows you to purchase tickets for plays and other events at a reduced price.
I got tickets for the play "Heroes" at the Geffen Theatre .
Even though my ticket was almost half priced, I ended up with fantastic seats in the 3rd row.
It was great being up that close.
The actors in the play were George Segal , Richard Benjamin , and Len Cariou .
The play is a comedy about three friends in a French military hospital in 1959.
After the play, we stopped off at the Newsroom Cafe on Robertson Blvd in Beverly Hills.
We sat at one of the tables for four.
One of the waitresses came over and asked us to move to a table for two.
There was hardly anyone else in the restaurant, most of the tables were empty.
But we decided that we would just switch tables and not make a fuss.
As we switched tables, the waitress looked at her watch.
I said "Well, I guess she is expecting a big dinner rush."
My friend said "Well, if she is our waitress, she is not getting a big tip." He was alittle mad that we had been asked to move, since the restaurant was mostly empty.
Well, she wasn't our waitress - we had a waiter and he was nice.
I ordered a shark dinner special, it was very delicious.
We kept looking around the restaurant, and there were no other people coming in.
When we finally left at close to 7pm, there were still very few people in the restaurant, and mostly empty tables.
It was very annoying to be asked to move to a small table when there was no one else in the place.
We went for a quick walk up and down Robertson Blvd, passed The Ivy .
Looking for Stars - or at least some paparazzi who were looking for stars.
It was a pretty quiet night.
We saw a few stick thin women in very expensive skimpy clothes - obviously Models.
One little skinny woman walked passed me - accompanied by a tall, humongous guy who looked like he belonged in a street gang.
My friend said "You don't think they are dating do you?"
I said "No, I think thats her body guard."
I don't know who she was, I didn't recognize her.
Then, I passed a skinny rock & roll looking guy.
I couldn't tell if his long blond hair was a wig, or a bad dye job. I think he was wearing a wig so maybe no fans would recognize him.
Since he was trying to be incognito, I looked him straight in the face, trying to figure our who he was.
He nodded and half-smiled at me, as we passed.
I think he was trying to figure out if maybe we knew eachother.
I mean, why else would I be looking directly at him...
Could it be because he was wearing a really bad wig, so obviously he is somebody famous - and I wanted to figure it out.
Another volunteer ushering gig, this time over at The Falcon Theatre .
The play is Balancing Act , starring Yeardley Smith.
Its a very funny comedy. Yeardley Smith plays an accountant, who discovers her company is missing funds and the accounting books are off. She goes to her Boss's home to report the problems she has found.
Anyone who works in an office can relate to this comedy - and it is very funny !
Black-out, Traffic and Baseball
I had to make it from Hollywood to Burbank by 7pm.
I was a volunteer usher over at The Colony Theatre .
So I leave the office by 6pm.
Gee ... that would be plenty of time, don't ya think...
I get on Cahuenga - and it is a parking lot.
We are not moving.
I am thinking "Is it always like this? Do people deal with this every day?"
Because I never really drive from Hollywood into Burbank right after work on a Friday night.
Finally, nearly an hour after leaving the office - I turn right on Franklin east, and jump on the freeway at Argyle.
I exit at Barham, entering all the traffic way at the beginning of the build up.
I see at all the cars behind me, who have just been sitting there while I spun around the long way to get to Argyle.
And these people are not nice. They are irritated from sitting on Cahuenga for over an hour. No one will let me cut in to get over to the right lane.
One guy and an I almost side-swiped eachother.
I am so happy when I finally reached Barham Blvd - and then I realize the problem.
There is a Black-out !
Studio City is entirely dark. Not a single traffic light is working.
As I drive up Olive, I call the Colony Boxoffice. I tell them that there is a black out in Studio City. And traffic is one big parking lot.
I arrive at The Colony 40 minutes late. Thats 7:40 pm.
It took me One hour and 40 minuted to make it from Hollywood to Burbank.
I got there in time to help them hand out programs, and of course help at Intermission.
Just as I walk into the lobby, I hear one theatre patron telling another "Oh, yeah, I can still make phone calls in a black-out, I just can't get on my computer."
An older couple come racing in, and have to wait a few minutes before going into the theatre because the announcements have already started. "We got stuck in that black-out, our entire neighborhood was without power", they tell me.
I actually got complements from the Staff on being very helpful with all the theatre patrons.
But it was just that I was on some sort of adrenaline high from trying to fight all the traffic to get there.
I did get to see the play "Rounding Third".
A very funny story about two guys who coach Little League Baseball.
The people who came to see the play were really into it.
One person wore a baseball jersey.
Another guy brought his kid, for a Father and son night at the Theatre.
The play was very funny. And worth the rush it took me to get there.
LA Times story on power outage
Baseball Books on Amazon.com
Baseball DVDs on Amazon.com
Stage Struck Opening Night The Colony
I volunteered tonight over at The Colony Theatre .
Its opening night for "Stage Struck".
I stood in the aisles, and helped people find their seats.
Since it was opening night, it was a really fun event.
Lots of very nice people who were there to see a good play.
Then right before the show started, they gave me a ticket and told me to go ahead and sit down and watch the show.
They really treat their volunteers very nicely.
I really enjoyed the play "Stage struck". Its about a Stage Manager, and his Actress wife.
You can read the LA Times Review online.
Then afterwards, there was a reception with yummy pasta and a salad.
I so enjoy the opening nights at The Colony Theatre .
A fun evening of theatre.
Out and About
I had completely forgot that today was Superbowl Sunday.
It slipped my mind when I was making my plans.
In a way thats good. It means everyone else in LA will be in front of their TV sets, and I can be out and about doing things with no one else to get in my way.
I volunteered at the Falcon Theatre for their Children's Matinee of "The Root Beer Bandits".
Yes, it was less of an audience than usual due to the Superbowl. But there were some Dads there with their kids.
I so enjoy the Children's Matinees. All the little kids are so cute. And the plays that the Falcon puts on for the kids, are very entertaining.
Later on, I went for a little walk in Griffith Park .
Funny, I don't live very far from there - and yet I never go.
So I drove over, and I saw they had pony rides. I stopped and took some pictures of the cute little kids on the ponies.
Then, I went over to The Arclight .
I saw "Pan's Labyrinth". I have been wanting to see it since they showed it at AFI when I volunteered there.
There are alot of gruesome scenes. When it got to bloody for me, I just closed my eyes until it was over.
After work, I met up with a friend over at The Groundlings on Melrose.
We are both Actresses, and so we have been wanting to catch a performace at the Groundling Theatre.
We each ended up parking on a side street along Melrose. It was very dark and cold out.
We met at the boxoffice, got our tickets. Then we walked around Melrose looking for a place to grab a quick bite before the show.
We found a Mexican restaurant, that looked like a pizza joint in a way - there was a bar in the middle. And numerous people were at the bar.
It looked so much like a bar, I first asked "Can we order food here ?"
We sat at one of the tables - and all the tables had the really high bar stools.
It was loud inside - there seemed to be a TV going, and it was turned up high.
So we ordered quesadillas - and even though it is freezing cold out, we ordered margaritas for some reason.
As we drank the margaritas, they burned going down. And I noticed that I had not even drank a fourth of mine and I was getting alittle tispsy.
My friend commented "Gee its cold out, and the margaritas are icey - they burn going down."
I was starting to get suspicious. I think they were made super strong on purpose.
I skipped the rest of the margarita, and started to sip the water only.
Just then I noticed a guy at the bar. In about his early 30s.
And every few minutes, he would turn around and give us a really dirty look.
It happened about 3 times. I turned to see if there was a window or a tv behind us, to see what he was looking at. Because I couldn't figure out why he was looking at us.
My friend wondered if we were talking to loud, and I said "But they have a TV going."
The last time the guy turned around to give us a dirty look, I noticed the woman sitting next to him grabbed his arm as if to stop him from coming over to our table.
And the woman happened to be our waitress.
I said to my friend "Lets get out of here. There is something going on. This place is just to weird for me."
So we took off, and got to the Groundlings early.
We hung out in the lobby, collecting flyers for acting classes and chatting about the different improv places in Los Angeles.
The Groundlings show was a really funny improv. The place was full, almost sold out. It was their long-form improv.
The Groundlings Theatre is also actually one of the best places to take Improv classes in LA.
After the show was over, I insisted that my friend walk me to my car - and then I would drive her to her car.
It was way to dark out, and it seemed to be to many strange things going on that night.
Much A Doobie About Nothing
I volunteered at The Falcon Theatre in Toluca Lake.
The play was, "Much A Doobie About Nothing" by acting company "The Troubies" .
It is Shakespeare's play, "Much Ado About Nothing" - set to Doobie Brother's music.
A very funny musical comedy ....
I highly recommend "The Troubies" if you are looking for a fun night of theatre....
Moscow Cat Theatre
Joined people from LA People Connection
To see a performance of the Moscow Cats Theatre .
It was at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles.
The show was completely sold out. I had to park blocks away.
First, let me tell you - if I made one recommendation of a fun, great performance to go see ... I would recommend the Moscow Cats Theatre. Especially if you are an animal lover.
It is hysterically funny. And the cats are amazing.
These cats can do all sorts of tricks.
If it ever comes to your area, I highly recommend you see it.
Volunteered at The Geffen Theatre in Westwood.
For the matinee performance of "Wishful Drinking" starring Carrie Fisher .
I volunteered as an usher in the balcony.
The play was really funny, and I really enjoyed it.
On my way home, I stopped off for dinner at the Newsroom Cafe on Robertson in Beverly Hills.
They have really great healthy food.
I had the Chicken Pot Pie. It was very healthy, and very good. Perfect food for the cold weather we have been having.
I drove to Glendale to A Noise Within Theatre to volunteer.
Tonights show was "Phaedra", a play based on Euripides' Hippolytus.
I really enjoyed it. And I am starting to realize how much I enjoy all the classics. Especially Greek theatre and literature.
My job as a volunteer tonight was to help people inside the theatre find their seats.
I looked at their tickets and sent them in the right direction.
I like doing this job, because it means that I get to talk to alot of the people in the audience.
Afterwards, a friend and I headed over to Bennigan's in Glendale.
I treated myself to some fancy alcoholic drink made with rum, and fruit juices and who know what else.
Good thing I was eating something as well.
Well, an evening of Greek Theatre - followed by a Rock & Roll bar ...
how culturally diverse ...
Roma ... and Party
Very busy at the office... its Month End, and I work in an accounting department.
So I was late arriving at the Egyptian Theatre for the screening of Roma .
Since I was so late, I hung out even later and helped at the party afterwards. They had food and drinks in the courtyard.
And there were very many guests.
Volunteered at The Brentwood Theatre in Westwood, for the play, Souvenir.
It was the both funny and touching story of Florence Foster Jenkins, a wealthy eccentric in the 1930s, who thought the was a great coloratura soprano - and in fact she couldn't sing. She had a huge fan base, and even did some recordings.
I just loved the story.
Shopping and Party Party
Ran to the Target on La Brea and Santa Monica to do some shopping.
Mainly buy a birthday gift for the birthday party I am going to tonight.
I got my friend some scented candles.
And I got myself some Lavender incense.
Then, this evening, I volunteered at The Colony Theatre for the opening night performance of "The Musical of Musicals: The Musical."
It was so funny !
They did little funny skits on numerous popular musicals.
Each skit was based on the Classic old melodrama:
Evil Landlord: "You must pay the rent!"
Young Girl" "But I can't pay the rent".
Handsome Man: "I'll pay the rent !".
They performed it in the manner of how each famous musical songwriter would have done it, using songs from their musicals.
Rodgers & Hammerstein , Stephen Sondheim , Jerry Herman , Andrew Lloyd Webber and Kander & Ebb.
After the musical, The colony had a big party with lots of food and drink.
It was really nice. I ate dinner on the upper level of the theatre.
I wasn't sure if I was going to make it to my friends birthday party or not.
But I did make it there, with plenty of time to spare.
She had it on the rooftop of her apartment building. It was in the Fairfax district .
We had a lovely view.
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