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No Place Like Home

POP at THE BROAD STAGE
Part performance, part party, all play. 

Join us after the show or POP over to The Broad Stage for some homespun creative fun on the plaza.
 
 
SAT, MARCH 7, 2020 / 4:00PM – 5:00PM

Activities inspired by the performance of HOME which is also The Broad Stage seasonal theme.

Snacks & Dessert available for purchase.

 

Discover more about Los Angeles and the folks who call it HOME with Unheard LA’s live, community-driven storytelling series. Watch the host, Bruce Lemons, of Unheard LA and local guests as they share true stories of life here in Southern California.
 
 



Experience the close-up magic of strolling magicians on the plaza dazzling you with card tricks, sleight of hand and other amazing parlor tricks.
 
 




 
ReDiscover Center brings their 5-foot vertical wind tunnel for everyone to experience a tornado effect. Learn about all the amazing youth programs at reDiscover Center as stewards of environmental sustainability and creativity using recycled materials. 
 


 
 

Learn how you and your family can provide a HOME for international students attending local colleges and universities. Hosting an international student allows you to build meaningful relationships, provide great hospitality, and experience a different culture all while receiving an extra income. HomestayMatch will be on sight to share how you can join their hosting network. 



Each POP event will feature a community art project inspired by Haitian symbols, bringing fortune to our doors, with artists Julianna Ostravsky and Karl Jean-Guerly Petion. Attendees will have the opportunity to add to this art project throughout the season.  

The plaza environment for POP was designed by Santa Monica College student, Brianna Hernandez. She is a double major in Theatre and Architectural Interior Design and has created sets for several college theatre productions and short films. Brianna spent 10 weeks at The Broad Stage this summer as our Production Intern through support of the LA County Department of Art & Culture.

Presented in partnership with The Plaza at Santa Monica