An Evening of Vaudeville and Classic Film at the Alex Theatre
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The last date listed for Vaudeville Extravaganza with Janet Klein and Her Parlor Boys was Saturday September 16, 2006 / 8:00pm.
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Los Angeles' Herencia Flamenca has earned a reputation as one of the West Coast's leading flamenco ensembles, blending a respect for the roots of flamenco with innovative style. The company puts on a show with performers representing flamenco traditions from across Spain, including two very talented and very different dancers originally from Barcelona: company co-founder Yolanda Arroyo and veteran performer Dolores Gimenez, making her U.S. debut after decades of success as a dancer and choreographer in Spain. The company's other co-founder, guitarist Paco Arroyo, hails from Cordoba, while guitarist Vicente Gelo comes from Seville, and singer Sonia Berbel and guitarist Fernando Mejias were both born in Madrid. All these and more will unite for a show that embodies the soul of flamenco, both elegant and explosive. Learn More
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The Alex Film Society opens its 13th season with the seventh annual Vaudeville Extravaganza! at Glendale’s historic Alex Theatre. The most anticipated family event held annually at the grand theatre, the show is a “hurricane of fun and frolic” paying tribute to the Alex’s vaudeville roots. The one-night-only event is an eclectic mix of the sort of variety acts that made vaudeville so beloved by a generation of fans.
Opening the show will be
America’s enchanting ukelele chanteuse Janet Klein and her Parlor Boys
playing nostalgic music from the vaudeville era.
Then, live on stage will be:
Who’s On First?
Davis & Faversham’s Tribute to Abbott & Costello
Jovial Jaunty Juggling
Beejay Joyer’s Masterful Manual Manipulations
Maestro of the Glass Harmonica
Michael Grenier, Creator of Crystal Melodies
Stoil and Ekaterina, Masters of Magical Transformations
True to the vaudeville genre, the evening concludes on the big screen with a Walter Lantz cartoon Broadway Bow Wow’s, Charlie Chaplin’s 1916 comedy classic One A.M. starring the loveable tramp and to close, Buster Keaton in Pardon My Berth Marks.