826LA’s Tiny Vaudeville Debuts
Created and curated by 826LA, Tiny Vaudeville is the smallest vaudeville show in Los Angeles. Each show on the last Monday of the month will run approximately ninety minutes and feature diverse acts, including a name actor reading original writing by students of 826LA.
Tiny Vaudeville #1 features hosts Joel Spence and Romi Dames; the Dan Bern Orchestra, feats of prestidigitation by Derek Hughes, Cat Found, Al Madrigal, “Who’s on First?” supreme siren singers Garfunkel and Oates, HAGAR live on stage; the Charismatic Chameleon James Adomian, a Celebrity Guest reading 826LA student work from Thanks and Have Fun Running the Country on talkshow247.com! the musical stylings of Pop Levi, and more. Show 8 p.m. The Echoplex, 1154 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles. Tickets!
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Among Los Angeles events this weekend, take the Tiniest Vaudeville Debut, known around the world for being the tiniest Vaudeville act on stage. Though proudly small, the show is one not to be missed. It’s a once a month happening, but offers the opportunity to see some really big names up close and personal. See Garfunkel on stage with Oates. Enjoy the rhythms of the Dan Bern Orchestra. It’s a memorable event you might otherwise miss if you didn’t stay connected. It’s up to you. Stay at home, and watch boring late night cable TV reruns, or check out this city and all it has to offer. Discover the hottest Los Angeles events this weekend with the inside connection.
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