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“Scene in LA” September 2020 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

Although the Governor has established a new “tier” rating system for counties, Los Angeles County continues to be in the purple tier, which means that theaters are still not allowed to operate yet for live performances. Unfortunately, this has taken its toll on some smaller venues, which may not be able to reopen at all.

However, The Rubicon Theatre in Ventura is continuing their workaround for the situation with their Safe Distance Drive-In Concert Series featuring live shows in their “Rubicon Goes Retro” series presented at the Ventura County Fairgrounds in Ventura where you stay in your car for the performance, and listen to the show on your car radio! Here is more information on the upcoming shows they are offering:

September 7-9: “MUSIC OF THE KNIGHTS: THE SONGS OF ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER, ELTON JOHN AND PAUL McCARTNEY”.
The Phantom of the Operaphenoms’ TERI BIBB and DAVIS GAINES are slated to appear, as well as two-time Golden Globe nominee TED NEELEY of Jesus Christ Superstar, who brings his rock wail to “Gethsemane” and other songs.

Tickets are going fast, and early reservations are highly recommended. A 15% series discount is available through Rubicon Guest Services. For tickets, go to
www.rubicontheatre.org or call 805.667.2900.

 

Of course, other theaters are continuing to offer online events instead. These online events are often available one time only, and are frequently not announced very far ahead of the event, so you will have to visit the venue’s web site to see what is available. Most are free to watch, some are charging a small fee. Here is a list of the web sites you can check to see what they are offering:

 


3-D Theatricals
www.3dtheatricals.org
www.thereceiptswithd.com

A Noise Within
www.anoisewithin.org

Boston Court Pasadena
www.bostoncourtpasadena.org

Echo Theater Company
www.echotheatercompany.com

Laguna Playhouse
www.lagunaplayhouse.com

L.A. Theatre Works (fee & free)
www.latw.org
www.latw.org/black-voices
www.latw.org/setting-stage-learning

Latino Theater Company
www.thelatc.org

Long Beach Opera
www.longbeachopera.org

Morgan-Wixson Theatre
www.youtube.com

Pasadena Playhouse
www.pasadenaplayhouse.org

Robey Theatre Company
www.robeytheatrecompany.org

Rogue Artists Ensemble
www.rogueartists.org/rogue-lab

Sacred Fools
www.sacredfools.org

Santa Monica Playhouse
www.santamonicaplayhouse.com

Sierra Madre Playhouse
www.sierramadreplayhouse.org

South Coast Repertory
www.scr.org

Theatre 68
www.youtube.com/68centcrewtheatre

The Blank Theatre (fee)


The Blank Theatre (free)
www.patreon.com/TheBlankTheatre

www.youtube.com/TheBlankTheatreCo


The Broad Stage
www.thebroadstage.org

The Geffen Playhouse (fee)
www.geffenplayhouse.org

The Matrix Theatre “Scraps”
www.youtube.com

The Road Theatre Company
www.roadtheatre.org

The Soraya
www.thesoraya.org

The Wallis Center for the Performing Arts


The Wallis Studio Ensemble
www.thewallis.org

www.thewallis.org/streaming

www.instagram.com


West Coast Jewish Theatre
www.youtube.com

Until we emerge from these trying times, we encourage everyone to stay safe by wearing a facemask and practicing proper social distancing at all times when outside in public. Our warmest wishes go out to all of you during this crisis! We also want to thank the Public Relations representatives and our readers for their ongoing support.

Sincerely,

Steve Zall and Sid Fish

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