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ElectrOperas are an exciting new frontier of musical theatre, because they take musicals out of the traditional theatre and put them into the venues more accessible to young people: festivals, nightclubs, and warehouses. ElectrOpera Theatre is committed to continuing the tradition of story telling through urban and classical performance.


ET Mostavy

ET Mostavy is a story on a wave transmitting through space. It’s Eucinda’s broadcast from a warzone. In the end, her broadcast is the only thing that survives. Eucinda’s report is an archetypal story of war, as she relates the conflicting viewpoints of each of the embattled alien nations.  She sings two emotional commentaries. One recounts the emotional cost of war; the other tells of the actual strategies of...

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The Chanteuse and The Devil’s Muse

David J revisits the ‘Black Dahlia’ song cycle that he originally composed for the independent feature film, ‘The Devil’s Muse’.  In this theatrical staging, the music works as a framework around which another related story is interwoven, that of torch singer, Madi Comfort.  Will her police interrogation reveal a dark secret that will finally unlock the mystery of the Black Dahlia? The production will feature guest vocalists and musicians...

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Million Dollar Theater

The Million Dollar Theater at 307 S. Broadway in downtown Los Angeles is one of the first movie palaces built in the United States. It opened in February 1918. It is the northernmost of the collection of historical movie palaces in the Broadway Theater District and stands directly across from the landmark Bradbury Building. The Million Dollar was the first movie house built by entrepreneur Sid Grauman. Grauman was...

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After-party DJ: Shepard Fairey

Shepard Fairey is the man behind OBEY GIANT, the graphics that have changed the way people see art and the urban landscape. What started with an absurd sticker he created in 1989 while studying at the Rhode Island School of Design has since evolved into a worldwide street art campaign, as well as an acclaimed body of fine art. The OBEY GIANT campaign is rooted in the DIY counterculture of punk rock and...

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