Lummis Day Fundraiser
Saturday, May 4 • 7-9 pm
Heritage Square Museum 3800 Homer Street.
Great food, unique entertainment, soft drinks, wine & beer are all included with admission. Plus, a silent auction offers the chance to win art, books, vintage wines and rare collectibles.
See an excerpt from a unique theater piece dramatizing early California history, enjoy tasty specialties from neighborhood restaurants and sip wine or soft drinks with your neighbors in one of our city’s most distinctive settings.
Marissa Chibas, who headed Cal Arts’ MFA acting program for seven years, will present excerpts from the new theatrical piece “The Los Angeles Founding Families” a unique historical/theatric
al presentation especially appropriate to the Heritage Square setting. Ms. Chibas’ most recent production, the critically acclaimed “Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary, ” was presented at L.A.’s Redcat Theatre before travelling to Miami, Guadalajara and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Music will be provided by singer-songwriter Diedra Randolph, a frequent contributor to movie and TV soundtracks. Performances will be staged on the porch of the historic 1897 Lincoln Avenue Church, which was moved to Heritage Square in 1981 and meticulously restored by preservationists.
Please help us support the Lummis Day community event, the only arts festival that represents all of Northeast L.A. Tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the door. You can buy them at Galco’s, at Antigua Coffee or at www.LummisDay.
org. All proceeds from this event will support the 2013 Lummis Day Festival, set for Sunday June 2.
For more info, email lummisday@yahoo.
com or call 818-535-9178