Renowned director Andrei Belgrader re-examines this Samuel Beckett classic, newly relevant to a generation burdened by climate change and environmental doom.
A vocal program about the pleasures of dining including the cantata “Clean Plates Don’t Lie,” inspired by renowned chef Dan Barber.
THIS CONCERT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
French virtuoso Apap brings his European sensibility to a concert of classical, folk, and down home fiddle music.
Gnarwhallaby makes its Music @ Boston Court debut with an evening exploring the "micro-orchestra" quartet's signature sound of the heterophonic avant-garde. The program features the premiere of a new work by Colin Wambsgans, and includes quartets by Nicholas Deyoe and Andrew McIntosh to round out the Los Angeles contingent. The works of Czech composer, wild-child Martin Smolka and Polish classical rock star Henryk Górecki complete the program that highlights the last half-century of this fascinating instrumentation's existence in the experimental chamber music underground
Boston Court’s 7th Annual Art Exhibition coincides with the revival of Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days at Boston Court Performing Arts Center. This year's selection of works of art are inspired by different aspects of the Beckett classic. Featuring the debut of new drawings by Jennifer Celio, a site-specific installation and drawings by Flora Kao, who is a 2014 Pasadena MiniGrant recipient, photographs by David Strick, sculpture and photo-based work by Jaime Scholnick, and mixed-media work by Z. Clark Branson. These works resonate with Beckett’s black humor and wry absurdity, and contemporary concerns over environmental issues, and rampant consumerism.
The Theatre @ Boston Court’s new play festival presents plays that are in keeping with Boston Court’s mission, which urges artists to fearlessly and passionately pursue their unique voice and vision. Play selection encompasses a wide variety of genres, with a special emphasis on nurturing playwrights and new play development, which are inherently theatrical, textually rich, and visually arresting.
This year’s festival includes Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles by Luis Alfaro, Mad Beat Hip & Gone by Steven Dietz, Hillary and Clinton By Lucas Hnath, In a Word by Lauren Yee, Your Name Will Follow You Home by Carlos Murillo