HOLLYWOOD — Blue Man Group, which is now part of the Cirque du Soleil family, has announced the launch of their new tour, Speechless, officially opening September 24, 2019 at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles.
Speechless marks the premiere of Blue Man Group in Los Angeles, the first of more than 50 cities that will welcome the tour in its first season. Under the helm of visionary director Jenny Koons in her first-time collaboration with the group, the world-renowned bald and blue trio embark on a fresh journey of discovery, the result of 27+ years spent observing humanity.
The tour will feature new and original compositions, invented instruments and unexpected situations alongside iconic Blue Man Group moments based in joy, art, music, comedy, social commentary and profound absurdity. Working in collaboration with Jenny Koons is Blue Man Group Creative Director Jon Knight.
“By building on the original DNA of Blue Man Group, Speechless will forge a path for future generations of the Blue Man tribe to explore,” said Diane Quinn, Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group’s Chief Creative Officer.
“I’m thrilled to join the Blue Man Group family to undertake this new show,” said Koons. “It is my hope that this show will deliver on its name and continue Blue Man Group’s legacy to transcend words and inspire audiences through non-verbal connections.”
Pre-sale tickets are now available at www.blueman.com/speechless
‘Hamilton’ Digital Lottery Offers $10 Pantages Tickets – Mar 10
LOS ANGELES (Beverly Press) — “Hamilton” is headed to the Hollywood Pantages. Theater buffs, history fans and any Angeleno interested in seeing “Hamilton” have the opportunity of winning tickets for the first performance on Thursday, March 12, through a digital lottery.
Producer Jeffrey Seller announced a digital lottery in conjunction with the first show in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre and will begin two days prior to each performance. A select number of tickets will be sold for $10 for every performance.
“Hamilton” is the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton with a score that blends hip-hop, rhythm and blues, and jazz. The Broadway show created a revolutionary moment in theater […]
Trixie Mattel Show at The Novo Los Angeles – Mar 14
by Genevieve Marie
LOS ANGELES — Trixie Mattel’s “Grown Up 2020 Tour” will include a date at the Novo in Los Angeles on March 14. The tour celebrates her new album “Barbara” which was released this year.
According to Metro Weekly “With Barbara, she has brought every facet of herself to bear on what is her most quintessentially ‘Trixie Matte’ album yet.”
For those who don’t know, Trixie Mattel is is the winner of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” season 3. The persona is known for her very specific style of contour and eye makeup, among other things.
According to AXS “Trixie Mattel’s Grown Up tour isn’t her first rodeo. Mattel has been on the road for several other tours in the past, but this one will offer a little something special. For the first time, Mattel’s antics will be accompanied by a full band, further growing her dominating present on the stage.”
NEW on tour! “Stacy’s Mom” is a Grown Up version of Stacy. Less neon, more PTA. pic.twitter.com/KxlW6NMLhJ— Trixie Mattel (@trixiemattel) February 29, 2020
8pm at The Novo 800 W Olympic BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90015
Some dates have sold out, get tickets here
Jamie Foxx & G-Eazy Deliver Impromptu Performances at Delilah in WeHo
By Francesca Bacardi for Page Six
WEST HOLLYWOOD — Jamie Foxx and G-Eazy gave unsuspecting clubgoers a treat when they each delivered impromptu performances in Los Angeles.
We’re told the Oscar-winning actor, 52, jumped on stage at Delilah during its Sunday Jazz Night series and picked up the mic to emcee, adlibbing and singing along to other songs the DJ played.
Despite being what would be a tough act to follow, G-Eazy, 30, followed Foxx’s lead and also gave a spur-of-the-moment performance.
“It was all unplanned,” an insider told […]
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