When Hollywood offers New York novelist Stine the opportunity to adapt his books into a film for the silver screen, he packs up and moves to the home of perennial sunshine, palm trees, and stars.
City of Angels moves between the beautiful Technicolor world of Hollywood and Stine’s glamorous film noir-in-progress of the same title. While Stine’s movie plays out in black and white, Stine finds the dangerous temptations of the world of Los Angeles
– the distraction of women, the lure of fame, and the artistic compromises being made right and left – all too colorful. Witty and glamorous,
City of Angels features a sensational jazz score from the brilliant Cy Coleman, ingenious lyrics by David Zippel, and a multilayered story by Larry Gelbart.
Parental Advisory: There are adult themes and language in the show.
Simeone Tartaglione leads the CUA Symphony Orchestra in it's Annual Spring Concert, which has something for everyone! The concert will feature the co-winners of the School of Music Concerto Compeition, Giampiero Bugliarello and Jiashu Song, performi...
Enjoy an evening brass music performed by two student brass quintets, the CUA faculty brass quintet, a trumpet ensemble, and the faculty/student CUA Brass Choir in John Paul Hall, 2nd floor of Ward Hall.
Free and open to the public.