–Julie and David
MardiGras2011 with EyeHeartSF
Sat, 2/18 – Sun. 2/19, 2012, 9PM-3AM
4TH ANNUAL EYE HEART SF MARDI GRAS 2012
Smash Gordon, Krewella, Realboy Nisus, Zaq of Robot DeNiro, Aaron Axelsen, Team No Sleep
If you’ve always wanted to go to one of those blow-out-all-the-stops parties, we have a good one for you, in the San Francisco-Mardi Gras-anything goes tradition. While General admission is $20-$25, you can also pay $600 for the following VIP Package: 2 bottles of Ketel One Vodka, 5 Red Bulls, tix and posh seating for 5 at a large high-top cocktail table (additional Ketel One bottles can be purchased for $250 gratuity) – woo hoo!
Public Works, 1601 Erie St., SF 94103
For more info, go to sfmardigras2012.eventbrite.com
PUGET SOUND SPORT FISHING
“Year round fishing at its very best”
If you are a die-hard fisherman, participating in the sport while it’s raining or even snowing, check out this first-class sport fishing outfit with morning and afternoon departures year- round. While many hicup members might think you’re crazy, you are the hearty outdoors type who loves to catch Blackmouth (immature King Salmon) from November through April, instead of waiting for milder summer weather. Bring those fingerless gloves, because the guys at Puget Sound Sport Fishing are never gonna cancel due to a little slushy storm!
Go to pugetsoundsportsfishing.com for more info, or call 260-546-5710 for directions to the T-Dock off of Admiral Way, Edmonds, WA
Sport Fishing Founder Murphy Pierson is a Northwest Native who has been fishing the waters of Puget Sound for more than 30 years.
© Photo Copyright 2006, Puget Sound Sports mobile casino Fishing, Edmonds, Washington/USA
Playwright Luigi Pirandello
SIX CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR, by casino online Luigi Pirandello
World Premiere Adaptation by Steve Moulds/directed by Halena Kays
Performed by The Hypocrites at the Chopin Theater
The Hypocrites, a Chicago theatrical group known for being “challenging and inspirational,” “scrappy, friendly, informal, rough around the edges, and most of all honest,” “crazy, unique, collaborative, fun and INTERESTING,” continue to wow audiences with their innovative dramatic interpretations of a range of plays.
Six Characters in Search of an Author, a satirical tragicomedy written by Sicilan-born Luigi Pirandello, was first performed in 1921 at the Teatro Valle in Rome to mixed reviews, with shouts from the audience of “Manicomio” (“Madhouse!”) through the reception. Popular opinion evolved, however, and the play was successfully mounted the following year at the Princess Theater on Broadway in New York, and has since become recognized as a 20th century pre-absurdist classic.
The Chopin Theater, an independent arts center in Wicker Park, is renowned for showcasing the crème de la crème of European theater (with an emphasis on Eastern European works) to Chicago.
Chopin Theater Box office: 773-278-1500 (plays Thursdays through Sundays)
For more information: chopintheater.com/events
1543 W. Division, Chicago
NEW YORK CITY
ROMEO AND JULIET,
performed by the New York City Ballet
Ballerinas, New York City Ballet
Tuesday 2/14, Thursday 2/16, Sat. 2/18, Tues. 2/21, Wed. 2/22, 2012
Featuring The Bard’s immortal tale, Prokofiev’s score and designs by Per Kirkeby, this is an intense and powerful staging of the most famous of romantic tragedies.
Romeo and Juliet, NYC Ballet
The New York City Ballet, renowned as one of the foremost dance companies worldwide, is unique in U.S. artistic history: it was the first ballet institution in the world with two permanent homes, the David H. Kich Theater at Lincoln Center and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, NY.
David H. Koch Theater, Columbus Ave. and 63rd St., New York City
Box Office: 212-870-5570; for more information go to nycballet.com
Chess Queens by Muriel Streeter, 1944
AT THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART:
IN WONDERLAND, THE SURREALIST ADVENTURES OF WOMEN ARTISTS IN MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES
Calling all Surrealist fans!
North America represented a place free from European traditions for women Surrealists from the United States and Mexico, as well as European émigrées. While their male counterparts usually cast women as objects for their delectation, female Surrealists delved into their own subconscious and dreams, creating extraordinary visual images. Their art was primarily about identity: portraits, double portraits, self-referential images, and masquerades that demonstrate their trials and pleasures. Iconic figures such as Louis Bourgeois, Leonora Carrington, Frida Kahlo, Lee Miller, Kay Sage, Dorothea Tanning and Remedios Varo are represented along with lesser known or newly discovered artists.
And you can see it for free on Monday, February 20, 2012, thanks to Target’s Family Free Holiday!
Resnick Pavilion, Los Angeles County Museum of Art 5905 Wilshire Boulevard, LA 90036
For more information, call 323-857-6000, or go to lacma.org/art/exhibition/in-wonderland