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Monday, April 9, 2007

DARING MUSICAL COMEDY BEGINS AT NOHO ARTS CENTER

Willard Simms, the Chairman of The Museum of the San Fernando Valley's Performing Arts Committee, introduced me last year to the completely renovated NoHo Arts Center in North Hollywood. When I saw NoHo's play Lizard, I knew that first class little theatre was in the Valley - big time!

After seeing two performances at the NoHo, I asked my wife for season tickets as a Christmas present. The first play that we saw in this year's series was called "Feed", a science fiction story starring one of LA's best young actors Paul Denniston. (Paul has just bought his first home in Studio City.)

This week NoHo Arts Center features a no-holds partisan production called Bush is Bad. We are looking forward to this musical that has been playing to sell-out crowds in New York for two years. It takes courage to do politics-based theatre, and NoHo Arts Center compliments the San Fernando Valley by bringing challenging theatre to our town.

NoHo Arts Center
11136 Magnolia Boulevard North Hollywood, CA 91601
Information and Reservations call: 818-508-7101
tickets@thenohoartscenter.com

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