June to July Events

The Canyon ChronicleBy The Canyon Chronicle      June 24, 2022

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June to July Events
Special Reception, Saturday, June 25, 12:30-7 p.m.— Steampunk artist Kit Plumridge invites you to a unique solo exhibit on the Isle of Plumii, a world that exists outside of time. Half steampunk renegades, half apocalyptic warriors, the residents exist off the grid. Join the games, join the fun with a Treasure Hunt for Golden Rings and a sneak preview of the upcoming graphic novel, “The Isle of Plumii—Quest for Tig.” Music by Carly & the Universe. Food trucks. Free tickets. Through July 3. Tyzbir & Kim Solo Exhibits, July 8-24,— Multi-medium artist Idelle Okman Tyzbir’s works in metal, watercolor and photography reflect her life. June Kim builds her sculptures and installations by fabricating red thread on plexiglass structures based on her social media data. Topanga Canyon Gallery, 137 S. Topanga Canyon Blvd., Topanga, CA 90290. (310) 455-7909; topangacanyongallery.org. Theatricum Summer Repertory Season continues with the opening of Ernest Thompson’s revised “all new” revival of his 1981 comedy West Side Waltz on June 25, featuring mother Ellen Geer, her daughter, Willow Geer, and her sister, Melora Marshall. The world premiere of Trouble the Water opens July 9, adapted for the stage by Ellen Geer from the 2019 award-winning historical novel by Rebecca Dwight Bruff. Gerald C. Rivers directs and leads the large cast in the role of Robert Smalls, the first African American hero of the Civil War, who commandeered a Confederate warship carrying an arsenal of rebel weaponry to the Union army, as well as fellow slaves.
The Canyon Chronicle
      June 24, 2022

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