2220 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90057
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May 2nd, 2009 - May 10th, 2009
May 2nd, 2009 6:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Rigo Maldonado, Baby Orgy,
2009, bronze, 5 ¾”x 5” x 5”
Jorge Javier Lopez,
*cinco* (benign: growths of love and failure series),
2009, ink and coffee, 60” x 42”
Anne Martens, Burn Float,
2009, mixed media and encaustic, 18” x 24” x 2”
© Anne Martens
Isabelle Lutterodt, Apocolyptic Thighs,
2009, ink on paper, 30" x36"
Brian K. Scott, But I don't trust you,
2009, Relief Print on Kitakata , 6" x8"
sandy rodriguez, Santa Barbara Fires,
2009, radiant watercolor, 9" x 12"
rebeka rodriguez, Uranium 1,
2009, ink on paper, 30" x36"
rebeka rodriguez, Uranium 2,
2009, xerox photo print, 30" x 36"
Rebecca Lowry, 2011, loan paper documents, varies Scott Winterrowd, Grable, Nevada, May 25, 1953 ,
2009, watercolor, 50"x 38"
Wheel in the Sky (What Would Journey Do?),
2007, Polyester resin, alumninum and steel, 13’ x 5’ x 3’
Vincent Villafranca, Goggles Hiding Tears,
2009, Bronze, 13” x 6” x 6”
Blood and Oil, Skull and Bullet, Eyepods,Love of War, Shotgun Shell Cufflinks,
2009, silver, glass, brass, pearls
Ron Dotson, Shotgun shell cuflink,
2009, silver and brass, 1/2" x 1"
Derrick Maddox, Billion-dollar-bailout-booby,
2009, mixed , 60” x 48” x 24”
Rigo Maldonado, Hope,
2009, bronze and plant, 4¾”x 6” x 1 ½”
Rigo Maldonado, Here little Birdie ,
2009, Bronze, 4” x 5” x 4”
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sculpture, painting, drawing, performance, installation, photography, mixed-media
"Worth and promise to it's End of Days collage."
- LA Times
Savagely funny, terrifying... and sexy
April 17- May 10 at the Bootleg Theatre
Tickets are now available for DOOMSDAY KISS! running Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, April 17 - May 10.
A savagely funny, terrifying, and sexy multimedia collaboration between visual artists, writers, directors, actors and musicians, all riffing on the theme of doomsday. The bomb may have dropped out there, but the party's just getting started in here.
An art installation, musical performances and four interwoven plays combine to examine the complicated relationships between people facing certain annihilation. The central character is Randal Maxit, a has-been designer of the apocalypse desperate to atone for his sins. A lobby exhibition of Maxit's life's work (developed by artists from various mediums) offers a reference point before entering the theater, and musicians Toni Senatore and Cody Cameron will perform in the lobby, setting the tone of the evening while the audience waits for the house to open.
Starring: Shaughn Buchholz, Hank Bunker, Alana Dietze, Michael Dunn, Jessica Hanna, Lily Holleman, Niamh McCormally, Ben Messmer,Gray Palmer, Babar Peerzada, Alina Phelan, Mickey Swenson, Tina Van Berckelaer, Annie Weirich & Jacqueline Wright
Artist Sandy Rodriguez curates the lobby installation by visual artists Ron Dotson, Jorge Javier Lopez, Isabelle Lutterodt, Derrick Maddox, Rigo Maldonado, Anne Martens, Guadalupe Rodriguez, Rebeka Rodriguez, Sandy Rodriguez, Brian Scott, Allessandro Thompson, Armando H. Torres, Vincent Villafranca, and Scott Winterrowd.
Produced by: the REPO division and Bootleg Theater
Written by: Eva Anderson, Clay Hazelwood, Wesley Walker and Sharon Yablon
Artistic Director: Andrew Hopper
Co-Directed by: Adrian Alex Cruz, Andrew Hopper, Amber Skalski & Gordon Vandenberg
Stage Managed by Lara E. Nall
Lighting Design by Brandon Baruch
Production Design by David Offner
Costumes by Caroline Duncan
"Doomsday Kiss" runs Fridays, Saturdays at 8 pm and Sundays at 7 pm, April 17 through May 10. The Bootleg Theater is located at 2220 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90057. Cash bar. For reservations and information Call 213.389.3856 or visit www.bootlegtheater.com.