Come see a throwback movie on the patio under the stars at Bow & Truss located at 11122 Magnolia Blvd. in North Hollywood. Make your reservation today!
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1. Date/Movie you are interested in
2. First & last name for reservation
3. Number in your party
4. Phone number
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There will be contests and prizes throughout the events! 7:30PM!
July 28 – Dirty Dancing
August 11 – Labyrinth
August 25 – Back to the Future
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Come out every Thursday to the NoHo Food Truck Collective! The evening will feature: food trucks, music, games, and more! This gourmet truck experience combines the best food trucks with a fun and family-friendly vibe. The event takes place between Thursdays 5:30-9:30PM and is located at 5711 Tujunga Ave. North Hollywood in front of the Amelia Earhart North Hollywood Regional Library. CLICK HERE for more info. When you live in North Hollywood and NoHo Senior Arts Colony, there are always lots of fun things to do and see!
Sometimes inspiration is easy. Other times, many times, inspiration can be a little trickier. We found this great link from The Guardian that gives insight into what other creative types do to inspire themselves. Here are some quick tips: go for a walk. Keep things simple. Reveal yourself in your writing. Listen to music. Never be afraid of failure. CLICK HERE to read the entire article.
We were pretty excited to hear about the 2015 Emmy nominations today. The creativity in Hollywood is abundant with great writing, acting, cinematography and more. The big leader is Game of Thrones with 24 nominations. American Horror Story Freak Show received 19 nominations. Newcomers Better Call Saul, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and Kurt Cobain: Montage of heck are in the Emmy mix too. Netflix super star Orange is the New Black also received 4 Emmy nominations. CLICK HERE to read the entire list of nominees.
At NoHo Senior Arts Colony, we’ve created an environment that lets you be as active or relaxed as you want to be. You set the pace! We’ve partnered with two award-winning groups to ensure that its residents have options to take charge of their health while enjoying their passion for the arts: EngAGE and The Road Theatre Company.
EngAGE is a nonprofit that takes a whole-person approach to creative and healthy aging by providing arts, wellness, lifelong learning, community building and intergenerational programs to thousands of seniors. EngAGE programs are provided onsite at NOHO Senior Arts Colony and other senior apartment communities at no cost to the participants. Programs are taught by college-level professionals across seven strands – wellness, creativity, the Experience Talks radio show, lifelong learning, community, intergenerational and culminating events.
SEMESTER SYSTEM - our programs are designed like college courses, operating on a semester basis allowing classes and teachers to change and students to advance through different levels of programs, creating and achieving goals for lifelong learning.
CULMINATING EVENTS - our classes culminate with events, providing students with the opportunity to utilize their newfound skills in real-world applications such as art shows, poetry readings, staged performances, and the Experience Talks radio show.
THE ROAD THEATRE COMPANY
NOHO Senior Arts Colony is the new home for a second theatre for the professional Road Theatre Company. Patrons enter through a separate ground floor street entrance which is separated from the community, providing privacy for the NOHO Senior Arts Colony residents. Several members of the Road Theatre Company have already decided to become residents at NOHO Senior Arts Colony. They will be able to walk to work on many days, as well as share their professional passion for theatre with their neighbors at the Arts Colony. Since the Road was founded in 1991, we have built a reputation for supporting, nurturing, and presenting new works. We are also deeply invested in our NOHO community and the neighborhood’s revitalization, and involve ourselves in community service and educational outreach.
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Inspiration can be found anywhere — especially in mural form. HuffPost Arts has a great article with lots of incredible photos of street murals from all over the world. Each place has a unique approach to creativity and expression. Many have utilized existing architectural features in the building fascade as part of their designs. They are the perfect example of thinking big. CLICK HERE to explore the fascinating pieces of art!
One of the most unique features of living at NoHo Senior Arts Colony is a having a real theatre and theatre company who put on original productions! Save the date for HOMEFREE. HOMEFREE is a dark urban fairy tale about three cast-out teens and the flip side of the American dream. Franklin, Breezy, JJ. Kicked out for being gay, for being pretty, for being nuts. Their journey is crazy, funny and frightening, beginning in a conservative city in Oregon – where grandma’s house is a meth house, where bed’s an underpass, and the safest place you can wander is the mall. When tragedy hits, they travel to another America. An idyllic liberal town, right smack in the forest. But is there shelter here? Or is home each other? And, when push comes to shove, as it always does … is each other enough?
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT
Lisa Loomer’s plays, including LIVING OUT, THE WAITING ROOM; DISTRACTED; CAFÉ VIDA; EXPECTING ISABEL; TWO THINGS YOU DON’T TALK ABOUT AT DINNER, BIRDS, BOCÓN!; MARIA! MARIA, MARIA, MARIA; and BROKEN HEARTS have been produced at such theatres as The Mark Taper Forum, Arena Stage, South Coast Repertory, The Kennedy Center, Seattle Rep, Denver Theater Center, La Jolla Playhouse, OSF, Trinity Repertory, The Williamstown Theatre Festival, Cornerstone, and, in New York, at The Roundabout, The Vineyard, Second Stage, Intar, and The Public Theater. Her work has also been produced in Mexico, Israel, Egypt and Germany. She’s a two-time winner of the American Theatre Critics Award, and has also received awards from the Kennedy Center, the Imagen Foundation, the Jane Chambers Award (twice), and the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, among others. Her newest play, ROE, about Roe v Wade, will premiere at The Oregon Shakespeare Festival in 2016. Currently, she is writing the book for a musical for Broadway.
Previews: Tuesday September 15th at 8PM, September 16th at 8PM, September 17th at 8PM. Opens September 18, 2015
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