About This Show

An award winning Jazz musical about the famous Club Alabam in South Central LA in the 40’s. Produced by the Theatre Perception Consortium in association with Bryan Rasmussen. Written and produced by Larry Robinson, Tu’Nook, and Karla DuPree Klark.

What people are saying:

“an extravaganza waiting to be developed…compared to hit “Chicago” — LA Times

“pick of the week” — LA Weekly

“After several Los Angeles ‘shake-down’ performances, the highly acclaimed ‘North on South Central Avenue’ continues its trek toward Broadway. See it before it goes.” — Floyd Levin (noted jazz journalist)

“It is not often that an important new musical hits our shores before NYC, but this is the case of a wonderful show…set in a lost night club scene of South Central Avenue in the 1940’s…this show invites you to come and stay a while.” — Elyse Couvillion (Film Makers Alliance)

Appropriate For All Ages

Show Details

Running Time: 2hr 15min (1 intermission)
Dates: Opening Night: June 3, 2005 Final Performance: July 9, 2005

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