Friday, May 15
Vromans, 7 pm
Eric Bogosian reads from his new book, Perforated Heart. Perforated Heart explores two wholly different characters and creates an unforgettable portrait of the two men who inhabit the one individual. By turns meditative, deftly observant, and scathingly analytical, Eric Bogosian re-creates the landscape and atmosphere of 1970s New York City with fresh, vivid imagery and reveals a powerful commentary on the dynamic between creativity and commerce in the artistic world.
For more information visit www.vromansbookstore.com or call 626.449.5320
Sunday, May 17
Boston Court Theatre, 2 pm (doors open at 1 pm)
Economic Stimulus for Theatre Lovers: Courting Vampires
Don’t let the economy get you down. For one day only, live theatre is more affordable than a movie. Come early and secure your $5 seat. Cash or check only.
For more information visit www.bostoncourt.com or call 626.683.6883
Pasadena Museum of CA Art, 3pm
California Art Clubs’s 98th Gold Medal Exhibition Closing Tour and Membership Open House
Individuals interested in learning more about membership opportunities in both the California Art Club (CAC) and the Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA) are invited to attend this special closing event. Gold Medal artists will lead mini-tours of the exhibition and share personal insights about their work. Members of either organization are encouraged to bring two non-member friends.
Free for CAC or PMCA members and up to two friends, or Museum admission. Space is limited.
For reservations, please contact the California Art Club at 626/583-9009.
Pacific Asia Museum, 2:30 pm
Opera Pasadena Musical Performance
Opera Pasadena presents The Magic of Mozart, highlights from favorite operas including The Marriage of Figaro, and The Magic Flute. $15 adults, $10 students and seniors.
To RSVP please call (877) 342-6268.