Ate9 – Mouth To Mouth

Ate9_Performance-253Don’t miss Ate9 at LALA

Mouth To Mouth
(Last Time In LA)

Aug 28+29@ 8:30pm

Presented By Live Arts Los Angeles

Admission: $20
buy your ticket online – click here

 

Summer Dance Party With Ate9 – Aug 29 @ 10pm!

Right After The Last Show – DJ Omid Walizadeh – Ate9’s Cast & staff….closing this summer dancing!

*a ticket to the show is a party pass…but you can choose to visit the party even without seeing the show! Reserve Your party pass for $9 Here

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In/Ex Dance Project, July 13 and 14

luck-hope-madnessIn/Ex Dance Project presents

Luck, Hope and Semi-Madness

July 13 and 14 at 8 pm
Live Arts Los Angeles
Tickets: $15 advance purchase / $20 at the door
Order advance tickets at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/401648

Luck, Hope and Semi-Madness explores the complexities of “being there” for someone – attempts, successes, failures – from small gestures to grand displays. Recognizing both vulnerability and absurdity, it deals with how we take care of one another, what stands in our way when we cannot, and ultimately where we find hope.

Choreography by Sarri Sanchez, Ally Voye and Maya Zellman, in collaboration with the dancers.

Performance by Diana Delcambre, Megan Fowler-Hurst, Mackenzey Franklin, Carlos Medina and Manuel Meza

Original music by Derrick Spiva Jr.

Day of Remembrance – with Francis Awe and the Nigerian Talking Drum Ensemble

DAY OF REMEMBRANCE/DAY OF HEALING

featuring Francis Awe and the Nigerian Talking Drum Ensemble

Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 8 pm
Live Arts Angeles

$15 advance purchase (click here)
$20 at-the-door

This show, which is normally performed in November, is returning again, by popular demand, to the LALA stage.   The Nigerian Talking Drum Ensemble is a cultural group that educates its audience about Nigerian tradition and culture through the use of music, song, and dance.  Though the performances are entertaining, there is always a moral message intertwined in each individual piece.

The show consist of the Master Nigerian drummer Francis Awe and dancer Omowale Orisayomi leading their group and students in the drumming and dancing of Nigeria that they have learned over the past years.  This is also a performance about growth, rebirth, and the evolution of the human Spirit to always rise above adversity and to soar.  In the show you will see traditional dances like Sango and Sabada, as well as riveting personal performances by different members of the class, revealing their triumph over adversity in their lives.

Francis Awe states, “I feel that my mission in life is not only to make the Dundun (Talking Drum) a universal instrument, but also to transmit the family aspect of African life to all people of the universe.  My music goes beyond entertainment.  I am interested in using this medium to unify people of all races and colors.”

There will also be vendors selling their wares.

Advance purchase tickets available at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/368469