Metro Art Moves You: The Course of True Love
February 14, 3:00 - 5:00
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with art and Shakespeare! As part of Metro's Art Moves You series, we'll be interweaving scenes from A Midsummer Night's Dream with an exploration of the contemporary art in the Metro system. Each scene follows a discussion of select artwork, linking the artwork’s central message or architecture to the performance.
The tour departs at 3:00 pm from the information booth in the Alameda Street entrance of historic Union Station. We'll explore several stations, ending in South Pasadena at 5:30 pm.
No reservations necessary. Wear comfortable shoes. Tour is limited to the first 50 attendees.
Love Goes South, an anti-Valentine's cabaret
February 15, 7:30 pm, $35
The antidote to Valentine's Day. Music, poetry and cocktails. Plenty of cocktails. Featuring your favorite ISC performers; songs from our original play with music, Red Barn; more music, poetry; and burlesque dancing.
Featuring Tonya Kay, Philip Briggs, Ashley Nguyen, Julia Aks, Mary Goodchild, Alastair James Murden, David Melville, and more!
by Richard Creese
Our solo show about the greatest Shakespeare forger that ever lived, William-Henry Ireland, returns!
David Melville will bring his tour-de-force performance to the Huntington Library and Gardens and the brand new Rothenberg Hall in the Stephen S. Koblik Education and Visitor Center. This performance will coincide with an exhibition of William-Henry's papers, including the highpoint of his forgery career the "Shakespearean" tragedy, Vortigern. Tickets will be available solely on the Huntington's web site in the near future.