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:APRIL 05, 2006

 

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THE GLORY OF EASTER
'THE GLORY OF EASTER" recreates the story of Passion Week including the triumphal entry into Jerusalem, Jesus cleansing the temple, the Last Supper, the trial, crucifixion, resurrection and ascension. The Crystal Cathedral is located at 12141 Lewis Street, in Garden Grove. . Tickets are $30-$40. Special discount nights and group pricing is available. For more info, call (714) 544-5679 or visit www.crystalcathedral.org.

CATS
Since it originated in London in the 1980s “Cats” has introduced generations to the wonders of live theater. “Cats,” based on T.S. Eliot's "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats," returns to Los Angeles for the first time in over three years. "Cats" is one of the most imaginative and eye-pleasing musicals of the Century, so don’t miss out. The Pantages Theatre is located at 6233 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. For more info, visit www.broadwayla.org.


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WHAT'S HAPPENING IN LOS ANGELES

 

Thursday, April 6

THEATER: THE GLORY OF EASTER
@ Crystal Catherdral

Celebrating more than two decades, "The Glory of Easter" will perform nightly in the all-glass cathedral for an exclusive two-week run. The theatrical performance recreates the story of Passion Week including the triumphal entry into Jerusalem, Jesus cleansing the temple, the Last Supper, the trial, crucifixion, resurrection and ascension. With state-of-the-art special effects the production includes live animals, flying angels and a soundtrack recorded by London Symphony and Seattle Symphony Orchestras. The Crystal Cathedral is located at 12141 Lewis Street, in Garden Grove . Tickets are $30-$40. Special discount nights and group pricing is available. For more info, call (714) 544-5679 or visit www.crystalcathedral.org.


 

Friday, April 7

MUSIC: HEAVY METAL HAPPY HOUR
@ McMurphey's

By crossing erotic striptease and classic metal, Heavy Metal Happy Hour has created a fantasy land of theatrical mayhem and devilish dancing that is sure to please even the most jaded of souls. Center stage is the Master of Metal, a demonic character who has been known to corrupt weak hearts armed with an electric piano so heavy it�s got actual balls. � Heavy Metal Happy Hour pays homage to classic heavy metal bands like Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Dio, Ozzy and much much more. With hundreds of songs in their catalog, you'll never see the same show twice. McMurphey's is located at 72 Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena. For more info, visit www.myspace.com/heavymetalhappyhour


 

Saturday, April 8

MUSIC: ROONEY
@ Glass House

If you haven�t picked up on it yet, Rooney finds a way to combine many of the best parts of Southern California and infuse them with a pop understanding that recalls the happy-go-lucky spirit of late �60s music without sounding contrived or hokey. Well, not too hokey. The group�s songs are the sort that have you singing along before the second chorus, and stick in your grey matter like peanut butter on a hot day. It is a testament to the strength of this band that it still has a solid following, after its prime shot at stardom came and went. The Glass House is located at 200 W. Second St., Pomona. For more info, visit www.theglasshouse.us.


 

Sunday, April 9
THEATER: IWITNESS
@ Mark Taper Forum
Witness takes us inside the mind, dreams and memories of Franz J�gerst�tter, an Austrian Catholic farmer persecuted in Berlin in 1943 by the Nazis for his refusal to serve in the army of the Third Reich.� An explosive and resonant play, it questions our current understanding and acceptance of war, and illustrates the social pressure citizens of every nation feel to support their government�s involvement in wars. Israel�s foremost playwright, Joshua Sobol, has written more than 40 plays.�The Mark Taper Forum is located at 135 North Grand Ave. at Temple St., Los Angeles. For more info visit www.taperahmanson.com.

 

Monday, April 10

FILM: GREAT TO BE NOMINATED
@ The Samuel Goldwyn Theater

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS)� third installment of its �Great To Be Nominated� film series kicks off today, with a screening of 1958�s The Defiant Ones. The jail break classic stars Tony Curtis and Sidney Poitier and took home Oscars for Best Cinematography and Screenplay. Aside from its wins, it did receive nine overall nominations in its year, including one for Best Picture. The Defiant Ones is just one of 20 films that will be shown over 19 weeks in the Academy�s Samuel Goldwyn Theater. The purpose of the series is to showcase Best Picture nominees from 1958-1976 which, even though the film may not have taken home the big honor, did rack up an impressive amount of nominations. The Samuel Goldwyn Theater is located at 8949 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills. For more info, visit www.oscars.org/events.

 

Tuesday, April 11

FREE FILM SCREENING: MOUNTAIN PATROL
@ Laemmle Theater

Kekexili, home to the Tibetan antelope is prized for its skin in making luxurious scarves. In Mountain Patrol, the antelope’s numbers have been dwindling drastically as poachers vastly slaughter the animals. Local Tibetans formed a volunteer patrol to try to stop the illegal poaching - sometimes at the cost of their own lives. The film chronicles the life-and-death struggle between these volunteers and the poachers. Reminiscent of a particularly tough and unsentimental Western in its story of determined men tracking an implacable foe across an unforgiving landscape. The Laemmle Monica 4 Plex is located at 1332 2nd St., Santa Monica. Click here to RSVP to the screening.

 

Wednesday, April 12


THEATER: CATS
@ Pantages Theatre

Since it originated in London in the 1980s �Cats� has introduced generations to the wonders of live theater. �Cats,� based on T.S. Eliot's "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats," returns to Los Angeles for the first time in over three years. "Cats" is one of the most imaginative and eye-pleasing musicals of the Century, so don�t miss out. The Pantages Theatre is located at 6233 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. For more info, visit www.broadwayla.org.

WHAT YOU'LL FIND IN THE APRIL 5- APRIL 11 ISSUE:

 

MUSIC

  • AMERICAN HEARTBREAK : Rockers With Heart-Check it out now!
  • L.A. UNDERGROUND: Peter Walker
  • LIVE SHOW REVIEWS: A Sounds Eclectic Evening @ Gibson Amphitheatre
  • CD REVIEWS: The Beautiful Girls and Big City Rock
  • SHOW PICKS: Taking Back Sunday, Rooney and Sondre Lerche

 

FILM

  • ANTONIO BANDERAS: Waltzes Across the Screen in Take the Lead -Check it out now!
  • WHEN DO WE EAT?: Religion & Humor Served At Family Feast Check it out now!
  • STEVE BUSCEMI: Steps Behind the Camera For Lonesome Jim Check it out now!
  • FILM REVIEW: On a Clear Day and Lucky Number Slevin
  • DVD REVIEWS: The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio and Keane

 

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