Overview: At 2 pm we will see Anything Goes at the Ahmanson followed by dinner at 5:30 pm at the Flying Pig in Little Tokyo.
Please answer the question as to if you will be joining us for dinner so that I have an accurate number for the reservation.
This 1934 musical comedy about the lovers, liars and clowns on a transatlantic cruise is “a daffy, shipshape romp!” - Variety. When the S.S. American heads out to sea, etiquette and convention head out the portholes as two unlikely pairs set off on the course to true love… proving that sometimes destiny needs a little help from a crew of singing sailors, an exotic disguise and some good old-fashioned blackmail.
Winner! 2011 Tony® Award for Best Musical Cole Porter’s roundup of nostalgic hits in the production include “You’re the Top,” “Friendship,” “I Get a Kick Out of You,” “It’s De-Lovely,” “Blow, Gabriel, Blow” and, of course “Anything Goes.”
“Rachel York embodies the role with a wink and a purr. Her singing voice combines paint-peeling power with a luxe smoothness, like a ribbon of dark chocolate spiked with cayenne pepper.”
“Rachel York and the all-singing/all-dancing company of Anything Goes took me up to the heavenly gates with their spectacular performance.”
Mezzanien (Rows C-P) available at Goldstar for $58.00 (ticket & service fee).
To sit with the group go to:
Self-Parking is available in the Music Center Garage for $9 at the Grand Avenue entrance.
The Metro Red Line Civic Center Center station is a short walk from the theater.
This is one of my favorite Little Tokyo restaurants. I am taken with the lobster Mac and cheese and duck confit (both pictured below).
We will be ordering "family style" with the food being shared and the bill split evenly among all attendees. If you are not comfortable with this then this event is not for you.
The Flying Pig Café at 141 South Central Avenue in Los Angeles features Asian and Pacific Rim cuisine made famous by the Flying Pig Truck and offers street-inspired creations. The menu features a creative spin on traditional Asian dishes and American favorites, melding Eastern and Western flavors.
See the menu at: http://www.flyingpigtruck.com/menu_cafe.html
Afterward we can walk across the street to Yogurtland for desert.
Street and private lot (be careful to read the
The Metro Gold Line Little Tokyo Station is about
three (3) blocks from the restaurant.