Saturday, July 7, 2012
Starting this Monday, July 9th, 2012
Come, linger, sip a cold lemonade, and listen to some beautiful music!
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MUSIC IN THE WORLD
a four-part series featuring BIG BAND MUSIC, CLASSICAL, OPERA and ARIA, and, in the final week, a chance to bring your own favorite most beautiful music!
WHERE: Valley Village Senior Apartments
WHEN: 1:30- 3:00pm
Mondays in July
COST: $5 a class
INSTRUCTOR: Fiera Mooney
email: firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP
Fiera Mooney, Harvard graduate, is a big lover of all kinds of music, and looks forward to facilitating great discussions. We hope that this class is the start of a wonderful weekly music lovers' emporium!
The Most Beautiful Music in the World
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Friday, May 20, 2011
Thanks to all who made this Salon such a success!
Monday, May 2, 2011
Haynes Brooke is a Los Angeles actor, screenwriter, and playwright. Haynes is best known to many at the moment as The Sun, central character in the ongoing national ad campaign for Jimmy Dean sausage. He is also one of the stars of the new web series Turbo Dating, written and directed by Terry Rossio (Shrek, Pirates of the Caribbean.) Other screen credits range from feature films such as Contact and Fried Green Tomatoes to roles in MOWs, sit-coms, episodic, daytime drama, industrial films, and voice-over for anime cartoons. He has worked in Iceland, Prague, Germany, and all over the U.S., with such people as Jodie Foster, Whoopi Goldberg, Tim Allen, Billy Crystal and Robert Zemeckis. Recently Haynes appeared in episodes of Medium, Nip/Tuck and the independent feature The Dark Horse.
Haynes has something of a cult following as an LA playwright and stage actor, often appearing in his own plays. His newest comedy, The Compound Dog, garnered rave reviews during its run at The Eclectic Company Theatre. Before that, his musical Chicken City premiered to sold-out houses at the Actors' Gang, Tim Robbins' theater company in Hollywood. The Actors’ Gang also produced his hit play Progressive Chain Bowling, which extended twice amid critical praise and full houses. Other recently produced plays include Godfather Death, nominated for both an LA Weekly Award and a Garland Award as "Best Adaptation,” and the acclaimed solo show Art Explained, selected for the SOLO Festival, juried by Charles Nelson Reilly. In Seattle, Haynes’ solo show Maxley on the Bluff was produced as part of the New City Playwright’s Festival, where it won Best of the Fest.
Many of his projects incorporate his own original music. His band, New Mongrels -- featuring two Grammy Award-winning musicians among its members -- have released two CD’s on the Daemon Records label, also available on iTunes or Amazon.com
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Essayist Whitney Kershaw in Dialogue with Tea and Tales Members