From Stephen Sondheim to Bob Dylan and Carole King, from Cole Porter to Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda—sometimes lyricists are so brilliant that their work becomes the word.
In a local temple of literacy, MUSE/IQUE brings LA’s best musicians and vocalists together to explore how these word wizards transform letters into living, breathing art. Rachael Worby leads a symphony of soaring sonnets and stanzas guaranteed to raise your spirits to the rafters.
This is a word party for the ages—and one trip to the library where we won’t be shushed!
Date: Sunday, February 12
Mingling and nosh, 6 p.m. & music at 7 p.m.—a “non-stop 60-minute adventure in sound”—at Pasadena Central Library, 285 E. Walnut St., Pasadena 91101. Seating is general admission and mostly unreserved. One’s own victuals are allowed and concessions will be available for purchase on site.
Tickets: $50 per person
For questions, call MUSE/IQUE box office at 1.626.539.7085.