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FNAM Event 2013

Coen Bros. In Concert - Rockwell Table and Stage


Now — May 19th
Rockwell Table and Stage
1714 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, 90027

Conceived and Created by Shane Scheel and Christopher Lloyd Bratten.
Book by Shane Scheel, Christopher Lloyd Bratten and Anderson Davis.
Arrangements and Musical Direction by Christopher Lloyd Bratten.
Directed by Anderson Davis.
Choreography by Angela Pupello.
Produced by Shane Scheel.

The cast of For the Record bring their best shake, yodel and roll game to Rockwell Table & Stage for a melodic frolic through the musical oeuvre of the brothers Coen. The little Los Feliz cabaret that dreams, acts and sings big, brings the best musical moments from independent cinema to the stage.

Iconic filmakers Joel and Ethan Coen get the acclaimed For the Record treatment. This 360-degree theatrical concert and dining experience is a chance to revel in some of dark comedy's funniest moments -- music and moments from O Brother, Where Art Thou, Fargo, Hudsucker Proxy, The Big Lebowski and more.

The show stars a rotating cast from stage, screen and music performing energetic and distinctive songs from the Coen Brothers' films soundtracks that include "Man of Constant Sorrow", "Do you Know the Way to San Jose", "These Boots were Made for Walking", "Somebody to Love", "Hotel California" and more. The talented singers/actors move throughout the space, bringing the show table side, where you can also take advantage of the delicious cuisine and inventive cocktails available for purchase.

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