Join Our Team!Looking for an exciting new job opportunity? h Club Los Angeles is Hollywood’s newest, most inclusive EXCLUSIVE members-only club that caters to those in the creative industries. We are looking for experienced and energetic staff to join us. We will be holding one-on-one interviews for anyone interested in a role on our Food & Beverage Team (Bartender, Barback, Busser & Food Runner). Simply sign-up for a timeslot and come prepared to speak to your past experince and interest in h Club LA. If you do not see a date/time that works for you, you can apply directly online here, and we’ll be in touch. We look forward to meeting you!h Club LA Recruiting FAQsAre there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?You must be 21 years or older to apply at h Club Los Angeles.What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?Uber/Lyft/Public Transportation are reccommended, but there is parking availble (for a fee) in the garage located below the WeWork Vine building (enterance off of Selma Avenue).What should I bring into the job fair?Please bring a printed copy of your resume and valid form of identification.What should I wear to the job fair?Please come professionally dressed in business casual attire.
with Kat Gardiner, Amy Fleisher Madden The gift machine is mainly the moniker for the songs of Dave Matthies, but has featured many different people over the years. Past members include Karl Blau, Phil Elverum (the Microphones, Mt. Eerie), Nate Ashley, Alex Parrish (Dame Dulce), Lisa Jackson (the Crabs), Steve Moore (Stebmo, Laura Veirs, Mount Analog, etc.), Jeremy Hadley (Vellela Vellella), and many more.
Vietgone: Wild Ride of a Rom-Com This bold new rom-com focuses on a pair of refugees fleeing the Vietnam War who hook up and fall in love in an Arkansas relocation camp, circa 1975. Created by “geek theater” impresario Qui Nguyen and based on the lives of his parents, Vietgone reflects Nguyen’s irreverent humor and pop-culture-obsessed aesthetic as it bounces between the traumatic evacuation of Saigon and a turbulent yet passionate tale of love in the rural United States, accompanied by a hot soundtrack. Catch the East West Players’ production of this wildly imaginative, “culturally savvy comedy” (The New York Times) at the David Henry Hwang Theater in Los Angeles. The nation’s longest-running professional theater of color in the country and the largest producing organization of Asian American artistic work, East West Players kicks off its 53rd season with this “wild, enjoyable ride” (Rolling Stone).
East Hollywood Eats: Food & Culture Walking Tour Get off the beaten path and venture into some of Los Angeles’ hidden ethnic enclaves where locals live and eat like they did in their families’ native countries. You’ll enjoy sweet and savory tastings in markets, restaurants, hole-in-the-wall eateries and bakeries as you take in the lesser-traveled L.A. culture. You’ll visit Koreatown, Little Armenia and Thai Town while learning about historic architecture and East Hollywood life, and walking and riding the Metro through vibrant neighborhoods. The four-hour tour includes food and drink tastings, fare for the city bus rides and insightful commentary from your informative tour guide.
Moonlight Forest — Lantern Art Festival at the Los Angeles Arboretum This fall, the Los Angeles Arboretum and Botanic Garden invite you to Moonlight Forest, an unforgettable evening experience of art, culture, and discovery. Masterfully crafted lanterns beckon you into the gardens. Some depict beautiful animals, shimmering exotic flowers and intriguing figures from Chinese legends. An evening of dazzling color and magic begins! Moonlight Forest will delight children, families, and the young-at-heart with an opportunity to experience the garden in a new light. The magnificent lanterns reflect three themes: Nature, Children’s Garden, and Chinese Culture — all of which embrace the mission and communities of the Arboretum. Created by skilled artisans from China’s Sichuan province, the Arboretum has partnered with Tianyu Arts & Culture Inc. to celebrate the time-honored tradition of lantern art.
She Loves Me: The Rom-Com Musical A pair of feuding perfume shop employees don’t realize that they’re secretly and anonymously writing love letters to each other in the sentimental musical comedy She Loves Me. The Tony Award-winning tale also features music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick — the same pair that wrote the tunes for the Broadway classic Fiddler on the Roof. Produced on Broadway in 1963 and revived in 1993, the story is adapted from the play Parfumerie by Hungarian playwright Miklos Laszlo, which served as the inspiration for the films The Shop Around the Corner and You’ve Got Mail. Enjoy this production of She Loves Me at Actors Co-op Theatres in Hollywood.
Greed & Betrayal in the Deep South — The Little Foxes Lillian Hellman’s dark tale of greed, deceit and betrayal, The Little Foxes the story of a family in crisis. Set in the Deep South of 1900, where women have scant options and men seem to hold all the power, Regina Giddens will stop at nothing — even blackmail — to wrest the family business away from her scheming brothers. See it at Antaeus Theatre Company in Glendale.
Film Festival Spotlights Emerging Filmmakers Discover the most exciting emerging filmmakers from the U.S. and around the world at the NewFilmmakers Los Angeles festival. With several genre-spanning short films, documentaries and narrative features, plus Q&As, receptions and after-parties with the filmmakers and actors, this monthly festival is a great place to experience and interact with the latest cutting-edge artistic talent. Some of the films discovered at NewFilmmakers have included Too Much Sleep, Zero Day and The Blair Witch Project.