Shoshana Bean: A Happening at the Ford selected as official “Pride Night Out” kick-off event for LA Pride 2009
Witness the evolution of a diva in this two-part theatrical concert at the Ford Amphitheater, as former Wicked star Shoshana Bean begins the night singing the legendary hits of Barbra Streisand in Shoshana sings Streisand, ending with My Name is Shoshana, featuring songs from Bean’s debut album Superhero. Bean also appeared in the original Broadway cast of Hairspray and the acclaimed 2001 Off-Broadway revival of Godspell. With special guest, Tony-nominated dancer Desmond Richardson with Legendary Los Angeles Music Director Gerald Sternbach and Matt Cusson. Directed by Billy Porter.
As part of Upright Cabaret’s Wicked Summer Nights Concert Series, which features a trio of shows that star pivotal performers and figures that have created and shaped Wicked, the powerhouse Broadway musical which tells the story of the two witches of Oz long before Dorothy showed up. Ford Amphitheater, 2580 Cahuenga Blvd, East, Hollywood, 323.461.3673. fordtheatres.org/en/events/Cabaret.asp
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Top Places to Visit in LA
Looking for fresh destinations in Los Angeles that aren’t your run of the mill tourist attractions? Try Angels Flight, the world’s shortest railway. Built in 1901, the train carries passengers a total of 298 feet between Hill and Olive streets in Bunker Hill. You can visit the California Plaza, which features fine dining and shopping. Or take a visit to the original Farmers Market on Third and Fairfax. It’s been a popular spot for fresh produce since 1934. Many of the stands offer free samples. You can also visit Burbank California and get free passes to TV shows like the Tonight Show. Game shows often choose participants from the audience, so you could find yourself walking away with a fortune on the Price is Right.