Entertainment Industry Related and Other Fun Events July 2013

Published: Saturday, June 29th, 2013





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SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark


Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark


SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark features creative consultation by Philip William McKinley (The Boy From Oz), original direction by Tony® Award-winner Julie Taymor (The Lion King, Across The Universe, Frida), music and lyrics by 22-time Grammy® Award-winners Bono and The Edge, and a book co-written by Taymor, Glen Berger (Underneath The Lintel) and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Fantastic Four and Spider-Man comics, “Big Love”).
Foxwoods Theatre, New York, New York
Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark Tickets




On-going: Tommy Guns Garage Dinner Theatre

Tommy Guns Garage
2114 South Wabash, Chicago, Illinois




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July 2013 – Think Los Angeles – Los Angeles is one of the world’s most dynamic cities, constantly evolving and expanding its possibilities. Even frequent visitors and longtime residents who think they know LA can always discover something new in this exciting metropolis. Find out more about the numerous developments taking place in the City of Angels. Think Los Angeles




July 2013 – the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (NHM) opens Becoming Los Angeles, the third in a series of new indoor exhibitions. Located in NHM’s newly-renovated 1913 and 1920s buildings, Becoming Los Angeles is a 14,000-square-foot exhibit that offers a unique take on Los Angeles history. For Tickets




July 2 – Celebrate the Fourth at the Bowl’s annual party. This year’s spectacular includes Josh Groban, patriotic music and thrilling fireworks. For Josh Groban Tickets




July 7 – Fishnet Follies La Level 2/3 Classes June. Level 2: Musicality and Costume Development. In the first three weeks of this class we will learn how to embellish undergarments with rhinestones, make shimmy belts, and more for burlesque costumes along with some movement excursuses. In the last three weeks we will focus on a variety of different music styles and how to block out chorography and dissect the beats. For Tickets




July 10 – Movie star, rapper, Grammy-winner, Emmy-winner and Oscar-nominee Queen Latifah is also an entrancing vocalist known for singing cool sophisticated standards and swinging soul classics. She brings a charismatic blend of sass, easy-going humor and a voice reminiscent of jazz greats Etta, Nina and Ella at the Hollywood Bowl. Hollywood Bowl Tickets and Info




July 15-26 – Dine LA’s Restaurant Week returns for its second Summer Edition. For 12 days, diners can get a taste of the vibrant Los Angeles restaurant scene with specially-priced $15, $20, and $25 lunch menus and $25, $35, and $45 dinner menus from hundreds of LA county’s most exciting restaurants. Open Table




July 16-Aug 6 – One of the largest gatherings for the fantastic and horror genres, Montreal’s Fantastic Festival hosts one of the most important number of north American film buyers every July. Initially focusing on only Hong Kong and Japanese cinema, the festival has become international and a worth-while stop, least because of the cheer number of films screening under one umbrella. Fantasia Film Fest




July 18-21 – Comic Con 2013. San Diego’s twi-hard annual three-day geek fest may not seem the obvious entry into the list, but Comic-Con’s ubber nerdy convention also hosts its own Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival and is highlighted by most studios for launching, sneak previewing and launching (product ranges) a significant number of action, sci-fi and horror genre films and television pilots. A few recent appearances included AMC’s The Walking Dead, the Twilight series, Harry Potter (the new one), Supernatural, and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Comic-Con 2013




July 18-28 – Held in the same city as the recently founded American Film Festival, Wroclaw, Era New Horizons has steadily crept into the limelight for showcasing the alternative to its mainstream older sister the Warsaw Film Festival. Era New Horizans




July 18-Aug 25 – Good luck budgeting this one; the Auckland International Film Festival and Wellington Film Festival are now merged as the New Zealand International Film Festival, and since boast a further 13 city runs. Auckland International Film Festival and Wellington film Festival



July 20th – 21st – Bill Pickett Rodeo – Industry Hills Expo Center, City of Industry, California


The Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo is the only Nationally Touring Black Rodeo. Black Cowboys and Cowgirls DO exist!
To Purchase Tickets




Saturday, July 20th – Blowin’ Smoke & The Fabulous Smokettes
(St. Louis-Style Rhythm & Blues Revue)
Hotter Than July?
Harvelle’s/Santa Monica






Thursday July 25 premiere of the play, Medal for Murray
12pm to 2pm
In attendance, actor, writer, and producer Peter Mark Richman for interviews and Q & A with cast and crew.
Beit Lessin Theater, Tel Aviv, Israel

Medal For Murray


For Information



July 25-Aug 11 – Australia’s highlight festival, MIFF is as much known for stirring controversy as for launching homegrown talent. The festival screens a large number of festival circuit ‘best of fests’ complemented by a fantastic homegrown strand. Its market, the MIFF South Market, brings together an important number of Asian and EU based companies, and is partnered with London’s Production Finance Market. Australia’s MIFF




July 26th – CRAVE Comedy presented by Alex Hooper
Comedy (9-11 PM) from:
Jerrod Carmichael/Hampton Yount/Hailey Boyle/ Rajiv Satyal/ Sofiya Alexandra/ Scott Luhrs/ Natisha Anderson/ Pat Regan.

After Party (11 PM- 4AM) with:
Keekz/ Charles Bridwell/ Fenix Fury/ BenMer/ Razor Savvy.

All in one amazing location. This is more than just a show. This is an epic party for to tell your grandchildren about.
$10 in advance; $20 at the door.


For Tickets and Exact Location



July 27th – July 28th – Miserable Lesbians: The Parody Musical

Miserable Lesbians in New York!


Part of the East to Edinburgh Festival
presented at 59E59 59E59
(59 East 59th Street b/w Madison and Park)
Saturday July 27th at 2p; Sunday July 29th at 7p
Wall Street Journal Article

Miserable Lesbians the subject of ActorsE Chat


For Tickets



A modern day dance theatre adaptation of Romeo and Juliet and West Side Story in which the rival houses of Hip-Hop Capulets battle Bollywood Montagues.

Fire and Powder


For Tickets and Information



Saturday, August 3rd – R & B Festival LIVE at Fairplex, Pomona, California


To Purchase Tickets




August 8th – 10th – 11th Annual 168 Film Festival is August 8-10, 2013 at the Glendale Center for Performing Arts
It’s a glitzy red carpet affair with over 2000 tickets sold annually. Filmmakers vie for over 20 categories of artistic and technical merit. The 168 Film Festival showcases the work of artists from many different countries. This year’s annual gala event promises higher stakes, more stars and more excitement that ever before.
1440 E. Broadway Glendale, California.



August 9 – 11th The 26th Annual Long Beach Jazz Festival
Presented by Rainbow Promotions

To Purchase Tickets




September 7 – 8 – 11th Annual BB Jazz Festival, Huntington Beach Central Park, California
To Purchase Tickets


BB Jazz Festival is a non-profit organization that produces many exciting concerts throughout the year featuring R&B, Soul and Contemporary artists in the city of Huntington Beach, California. Join us by supporting live music and at the same time the proceeds will benefit various charities.



September 18th – 22nd – Ottawa International Animation Festival


Ottawa Animation Festival



October 19th – Ascend Women’s Conference
Power of Fearless Joy


Ascend Conference




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