BOTH: A Hard Day’s Silent Night

BOTH: A Hard Day’s Silent Night will perform this year at 24th Street Theatre 1117 West 24th Street Los Angeles, CA  90007 (Exit 10 freeway at Hoover and head south a few blocks) Limited parking available in theatre parking lot across the street- Additional street parking available Wednesday, Dec 16; 8 pm, Thursday, Dec. 17; 8 pm, Friday, December 18; 8…

The Blind Spot Project- DTLA

  The Blind Spot Project Liquid Light Show Present, THE ELECTRIC MAGPIE, BRAINSTORY, & BABYLON, DJ set by Jazzlyn Dysart- Thanks out to Marco @the_blind_spot_project for bringing me in…  twas a whole lot of fun!

Overtone Industries ICELAND at the REDCAT New Original Works Festival

Overtone Industries presents the first half hour of ICELAND, an upcoming musical theatre work by Overtones’ artistic director/composer/actress O-Lan Jones and singer/songwriter Emmet Tinley, at REDCAT’s New Original Works Festival July 24-26, 2014.  ICELAND tells the story of Vaya (Cesili Williams – The Color Purple the Musical), a woman who plans an escape from her unfulfilling life by flying to northern Iceland, only to…

Overtone Industries- The Woman in The Wall

“Balcony scene” Below – Gretchen Johnson as Marianna.  Above – Livia Reiner, Kathleen Kelso, Octavia Leclerc-Jones. Photo: Emily Brooke Sandor March 23, 24, 30, 31 2012 – at 8 p.m. Masonic Lodge 9635 Venice Blvd Culver City, CA 90232 map/directions

Big Art Labs- Smashlabs Stage

Big thanks to Kenny Abney and Crunchy for bringing me in to design and hang the rep plot for the Smashlabs (3.0?) stage.  Can’t wait to see a show in there soon! BIG ART LABS– Explaining ourselves 651 CLOVER ST LOS ANGELES, CA 90031  (323) 559-3505

CIRQUE BERZERK AT CLUB NOKIA

Variety Reviews – Cirque Berzerk- “The one-time tent attraction, for several years part of California’s fabled, anything-goes summer festival, makes a stylish scenic transition to indoors. David Morong’s heavenly deconstruction of carnival hell – surrounding staircases and decaying canvas flaps – is raised almost to poetry as Dan Reed’s flashing lights keep breaking film noir shadows.” By BOB…