All the World’s A Stage (filled with women!)

Vox Femina Los Angeles presents 'All The World's A Stage'

There’s an exciting collaboration between two different kinds of women’s performing arts groups this weekend…

Entitled “All The World’s A Stage”, Vox Femina Los Angeles presents this unique concert of Shakespearean text set to music with scenes performed by the Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare Company. Highlights include scenes from “Romeo & Juliet,” “Twelfth Night” and more.

Aside from the collaboration itself, what’s unusual about this performance is the fact that all the Shakespeare is being performed completely by women, either theatrically, or in song. If you’ve never been to Zipper Hall (located in the Colburn School of Performing Arts), it is a wonderful venue, directly across the street from the Walt Disney Concert Hall, next to MOCA.

And if it takes a special offer to get you there, I’ve arranged for you to get $5 off the regular ticket price of $20 if you mention at the box office.

Featuring Guest Artists from the
Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare Company
Friday & Saturday, April 2-3 at 8 p.m.
at Zipper Concert Hall, Los Angeles

Vox Femina Los Angeles, Southern California’s premier women’s choral ensemble, presents “All The World’s A Stage.” With special appearances by guest artists from the Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare Company performing scenes and readings from Shakespeare plays, including “Twelfth Night,” “A Midsummer Night’s
Dream,” and “The Tempest.”

Friday and Saturday, April 2 & 3 at 8 p.m.
Zipper Concert Hall
Colburn School of Performing Arts
200 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles

The Colburn School of Performing Arts’ new facility is located on California Plaza in downtown Los Angeles, one block southeast of the Los Angeles Music Center, adjacent to the Museum of Contemporary Art and across from the Disney Concert Hall site.

TICKETS: $20 (regular) and $15 (seniors/students). Reserved seating.
To purchase tickets, call (310) 391-2402 or visit the website. Advance tickets are still available by phone/online until Friday @ noon. Or just come to the box office on Friday or Saturday night!


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  1. I took a couple of Shaekspeare workshops taught by Lisa Wolpe of LAWSC, and they rocked my world. Unfortunately, they haven’t updated their website in over a year, so I never know when they are doing something. I will definitely go see this one.

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