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The Lion (Geffen Playhouse)

I LOVED The Lion! In its final stop on a lengthy world tour which included 2 off-Broadway runs (and a Drama Desk award for Outstanding Solo Performance), Benjamin Scheuer’s one-man autobiographical musical will have its final performance next month on The Geffen stage.   197 more words

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Frenchie Davis (Geffen Playhouse)

An Evening with Frenchie Davis was a lovely event that had the Geffen audience standing on its feet.

Frenchie is an accomplished singer and performer and showed everyone what it is to “Frenchify” a song. 131 more words

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Tyketto: Don't Come Easy (Rock Candy)

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Tyketto
Don’t Come Easy
Rock Candy Records

If one were to consult the history books as a means of predicting the fate of Tyketto… 607 more words

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MOCA at the Geffen, & Street Art!

In October, AOAT Seniors enjoyed a trip to Little Tokyo to tour the Geffen branch of MOCA, and had the added treat of a “curated” walk around the area’s blossoming street art scene, narrated by Ms. 33 more words

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Icebergs (The Geffen)

“There’s nothing like live theatre!”
“The show must go on!”

Those cliche theatre sayings that you hear so often, were reality at The Geffen this week, when Thora Birch left the show just days before opening. 194 more words

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On June 29, 2004.

On June 29, 2004, “I Am / Geffen” label released the twelfth, self-titled album by The Cure. It was recorded 2003–2004 in Los Angeles, and was produced by Ross Robinson and Robert Smith. 76 more words

Appetite for Destruction - Guns N' Roses 1987

Guns N’ Roses was never a band that I would admit to ever liking, yet when their debut Appetite for Destruction came out in 1987, it was difficult to ignore them. 586 more words

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