MOdROCK: Mods vs. Rockers in the Swinging '60s Musical
Tonight is the OPENING NIGHT
Set in London in the mid-1960s, MOdROCK tells the story of a historic culture clash, fueled by competing musical styles and fashion trends. On one side, rockers drew inspiration from Elvis and United States motorcycle culture. The mods took their cues from the latest fashion trends and favored British bands like the The Who and The Kinks. Using this vibrant time period as a backdrop, the new musical tells the story of young love lost and rediscovered through the music of the era. The brilliant choreography features modern interpretations of '60s dance styles set to the music of The Animals, Dusty Springfield, The Yardbirds, The Hollies, Petula Clark, Gerry and the Pacemakers, The Zombies, Herman Hermits and more including the songs "For Your Love", "We Gotta Get Out of This Place", "Tired of Waiting", "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood", "Bus Stop", "Time of the Season", "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me", "Downtown", "Sunny Afternoon", "A Summer Song", "I Can't Explain", "You've Got Your Troubles' and others.
CLICK HERE to buy your discount 1/2 price tickets through Goldstar for $29.50 + a $6.00 Goldstar fee = $35.50. Discount tickets are limited so buy your tickets right away before they sell out. If Goldstar tickets are sold out you can get a regular price ticket for $64 by CLICKING HERE.
PARKING NEAR THE EL PORTAL THEATRE:
There is metered street parking on Lankershim Blvd. and surrounding streets. A park and ride lot for the NoHo Metro Station is a couple of blocks away. Lankershim Elementary School Lot has limited free parking at the corner of Weddington & Bakman. The Art Institute of California at 5250 Lankershim Blvd. (accross from El Portal Theatre) which you enter on Weddington St. just east of the building offers $4 secure parking after 5:30 PM.
Meet for dinner at Hyats Kitchen at 5:30 PM and meet in the theatre lobby at 7:30 PM. Starbucks and other restaurants are open in the area after the show.
Join us for delicious Middle Eastern cuisine!
DINNER before the show:
Meet at 5:30 PM at:
Hayat's Kitchen (delicous Middle Eastern cuisine)
11009 Burbank Blvd. - Suite 117
North Hollywood, CA 91601
(You can come to the show or dinner or both.)
Please bring CASH to settle your bill.
Hyat's Kitchen has excellent homemade style food. Service is friendly and the menu items are reasonably priced. Hyat's Kitchen is just a few minutes from the theatre and there is a large free parking lot in front of the restaurant which is in the northwest corner. Take a look at the Yelp reviews of Hayat's Kitchen by CLICKING HERE.
See a Mapquest route from Hayat's Kitchen to the El Portal Theater by CLICKING HERE.
This event is crossposted in other Meetup groups.
You'll also have the chance to meet:
10 Fun People from "Southern California Gay & Lesbian Club (and Friends)"
10 Foodies from "L.A. Foodies"
10 Fun Lovin' Singles from "Singles Exceptional Networking Social Events of LA 40's 50's"
10 Singles from "(OSS) Outdoor Singles & Socials"
10 Members from "Los Angeles Gay Theatre-goers (and friends) !"
10 Theater and Concert Goers from "Southern California Theater and Concert Goers"