(Continuing in Fall!)

Labyrinth Arts and Performance Collective Presents EMERGE, a new cabaret series, at Porkchop (1132 W. Grand Ave) on June 11, July 9, and August 13
Every second Friday of the month!

EMERGE, a new cabaret series, celebrates the return of live music, drag performance, comedy and spoken word art after our long hibernation during Covid-19. All proceeds from the event support the performers and the ongoing activities of Labyrinth Arts Performance Collective, a 501 c3 not-for-profit.

June 11 at 10 pm: Retro Blues Trio Improper Behavior – (Vocalist Sharon Waltham, guitarist Keith Fort and upright bass player Gregory Redfeairn)

July 9 at 10 pm: Drag Show by Narcisa Vanity and Lilyana Stargazer Vanity, with Musical Guest

August 13 at 10 pm: Underground Pop Music with The Violet Star System

Tickets are $20
With a smaller number of performers onstage and the unique setting of Performance Dinner Art' at Porkchop (1132 W Grand Ave) - a gourmet Southern comfort food experience - this special LAPC cabaret series is geared toward Covid-19 safety. At the same time, EMERGE embraces our human need to connect to one another via live performance.

To enjoy dinner with the show, Pork Chop dinner reservations may be booked in advance at https://porkchopbbq.com
BYOB – Corkage Fee is $15



Radio Theatre Deep Dive, a monthly radio podcast, explores and deconstructs the tropes of textbook genres with a new radio play every First Friday of the month. This season’s theme is NOIR, the dark, the twisted, the transgressive. Here, authors push the boundaries of the noir tropes and styles. Each month, a different panel of creatives dissect the play afterwards, unraveling the genre as we deconstruct the work.


Episode One featured Bitter Wine, a tale of the lust for power. A broken wife is being seduced by the man waiting to kill her husband. Meanwhile, the husband is being seduced by the man's lover. Starring Brook Celeste, Curtis Jackson, Gillian Hastings, and Nick DuFloth.

The Panel featured Curious Theatre Branch co-founder Jenny Magnus, Lee Peters of Lookingglass, and Nell Voss of Silent Theatre Company.

Episode 2 featured Keith Gatchel's The Temp That Killed CEO Jerry Landis.