MUSI-CAL

Mon Mar 13 2023

7:30 PM - 10:30 PM (Doors 6:30 PM)

The Bourbon Room

6356 Hollywood Blvd, 2nd Floor Los Angeles, CA 90028

$25.00 - $35.00

All Ages

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MUSI-CAL March 13th 

HOSTED BY Laura Schein and Clayton Farris 
 

MADNESS by Diary of Atticus (Sam Johnides and Tony Gonzalez) 

When your mind is freed from the walls you've allowed to rise around you, what you call freedom others call Madness. 

 

TEACHING A ROBOT TO LOVE 

Music by E.Aaron Wilson Book & Lyrics by Laser Webber 

A sci fi musical about the trans experience. 

 

GIDEON and THE BLUNDERSNORP: An Adventure Musical 

Book, Music & Lyrics by Michael Gordon Shapiro A musical about being your best self and fighting a giant monster. 

 

TIE DYE AND PEARLS 

Book, Music and Lyrics by Michael Harold 

It’s 1969, and Danielle is living the counterculture life, or so Danielle thinks until she wins a scholarship to an elite all girl College. The old world meets the new world and generations collide.
 

General Bourbon Room Info:

*There will be a 2 item minimum enforced per patron*

Seating at the Bourbon Room is flexible, depending on the type of show. 

 

Seating is at the discretion of the House Manager, and based on the party size. All tables are either 2 or 4 tops, so you will likely be sat with other parties if you are an odd number party or a large party, based on availability. We will always do our best to accommodate your group to your satisfaction.

 

VIP Seating for all shows are elevated booths on each side of the stage, and may include tables at the front of the stage for seated shows. Floor level booths on the side may be opened up for VIP as well. 

*PLEASE NOTE THAT VIP SEATS WILL FORFEITED ONCE THE SHOW STARTS. IF YOU ARE IN LINE WHEN SHOW STARTS YOU WILL BE PRIORITIZED FOR ENTRY”

 

General Admission Seating will vary depending on type of show and floor layout. 

 

For theater and comedy shows, and some acoustic or more mellow shows, we typically lay out cabaret seating, meaning you will likely have tables and chairs, and table service. Some higher capacity shows may  have seating with no table service towards the back, in order to accommodate more guests.

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    MUSI-CAL

    Broadway

    MUSI-CAL March 13th 

     

    HOSTED BY Laura Schein and Clayton Farris 

     

    MADNESS by Diary of Atticus (Sam Johnides and Tony Gonzalez) 

    When your mind is freed from the walls you've allowed to rise around you, what you call freedom others call Madness. 

     

    TEACHING A ROBOT TO LOVE 

    Music by E.Aaron Wilson Book & Lyrics by Laser Webber 

    A sci fi musical about the trans experience. 

     

    GIDEON and THE BLUNDERSNORP: An Adventure Musical 

    Book, Music & Lyrics by Michael Gordon Shapiro A musical about being your best self and fighting a giant monster. 

     

    TIE DYE AND PEARLS 

    Book, Music and Lyrics by Michael Harold 

    It’s 1969, and Danielle is living the counterculture life, or so Danielle thinks until she wins a scholarship to an elite all girl College. The old world meets the new world and generations collide.

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limit 10 per person
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$25.00
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$35.00

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MUSI-CAL

Mon Mar 13 2023 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM

(Doors 6:30 PM)

The Bourbon Room Los Angeles CA
MUSI-CAL

$25.00 - $35.00 All Ages

MUSI-CAL March 13th 

HOSTED BY Laura Schein and Clayton Farris 
 

MADNESS by Diary of Atticus (Sam Johnides and Tony Gonzalez) 

When your mind is freed from the walls you've allowed to rise around you, what you call freedom others call Madness. 

 

TEACHING A ROBOT TO LOVE 

Music by E.Aaron Wilson Book & Lyrics by Laser Webber 

A sci fi musical about the trans experience. 

 

GIDEON and THE BLUNDERSNORP: An Adventure Musical 

Book, Music & Lyrics by Michael Gordon Shapiro A musical about being your best self and fighting a giant monster. 

 

TIE DYE AND PEARLS 

Book, Music and Lyrics by Michael Harold 

It’s 1969, and Danielle is living the counterculture life, or so Danielle thinks until she wins a scholarship to an elite all girl College. The old world meets the new world and generations collide.
 

General Bourbon Room Info:

*There will be a 2 item minimum enforced per patron*

Seating at the Bourbon Room is flexible, depending on the type of show. 

 

Seating is at the discretion of the House Manager, and based on the party size. All tables are either 2 or 4 tops, so you will likely be sat with other parties if you are an odd number party or a large party, based on availability. We will always do our best to accommodate your group to your satisfaction.

 

VIP Seating for all shows are elevated booths on each side of the stage, and may include tables at the front of the stage for seated shows. Floor level booths on the side may be opened up for VIP as well. 

*PLEASE NOTE THAT VIP SEATS WILL FORFEITED ONCE THE SHOW STARTS. IF YOU ARE IN LINE WHEN SHOW STARTS YOU WILL BE PRIORITIZED FOR ENTRY”

 

General Admission Seating will vary depending on type of show and floor layout. 

 

For theater and comedy shows, and some acoustic or more mellow shows, we typically lay out cabaret seating, meaning you will likely have tables and chairs, and table service. Some higher capacity shows may  have seating with no table service towards the back, in order to accommodate more guests.

MUSI-CAL

MUSI-CAL

Broadway

MUSI-CAL March 13th 

 

HOSTED BY Laura Schein and Clayton Farris 

 

MADNESS by Diary of Atticus (Sam Johnides and Tony Gonzalez) 

When your mind is freed from the walls you've allowed to rise around you, what you call freedom others call Madness. 

 

TEACHING A ROBOT TO LOVE 

Music by E.Aaron Wilson Book & Lyrics by Laser Webber 

A sci fi musical about the trans experience. 

 

GIDEON and THE BLUNDERSNORP: An Adventure Musical 

Book, Music & Lyrics by Michael Gordon Shapiro A musical about being your best self and fighting a giant monster. 

 

TIE DYE AND PEARLS 

Book, Music and Lyrics by Michael Harold 

It’s 1969, and Danielle is living the counterculture life, or so Danielle thinks until she wins a scholarship to an elite all girl College. The old world meets the new world and generations collide.

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

All Ages
limit 10 per person
GA
$25.00
VIP
$35.00

Delivery Method

ticketFast
Will Call