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Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz Fall Season 2022
September 16 @ 7:00 pm - October 27 @ 10:00 pm
Alliance Francaise de Los Angeles Members Discount Code: AFLA15
Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz (TRK) announces its 2022 fall season
Benoit Solès’ Turing’s Machine makes its LA premier after 700 runs in France, and winner of 4 Molière Awards
Fary, the French comedy phenom makes his LA premier hot on the heels of his two Netflix specials
The BBB Featuring Bernie Dresel, Majid Bekkas African Gnanoua Tour, Kybele Dance Theater, Animation Fest, The Lost Fingers with Elton John’s guitarist John Jorgerson, and more come to TRK this fall.
Season also features Carlo Ponti conducting the Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra in support of music education in SoCal.
LOS ANGELES, CA – Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz (TRK), the performance space at Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles, brings together leading artists from around the world–including Benoit Solès, Bernie Dresel, Majid Bekkas, Kybele Dance Theater, Fary, and The Lost Fingers with John Jorgenson–for a range of bold works. TRK comes alive as contemporary artists create legendary works, and eagerly anticipated annual film events like Animation Fest return.
All events are singular offerings with an exciting artists for everyone to experience.
Tickets go on sale on July 11 at TRK.US.COM.
“We’re so excited to welcome you to TRK this fall,” said TRK Artistic Director Pierre Leloup. “The season features thrilling LA premiers from artists like French comedy phenom Fary, and returning friends like Carlo Ponti, who brings his acclaimed Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra to our stage in support of music education. There are artists from around the corner, like Kybele Dance Theater and from the other side of world, like Morocco’s Majid Bekkas and Quebec’s The Lost Fingers. TRK is deeply grateful to ELMA, the Jose Iturbi Foundation, TV5Monde, and KCRW and to all our sponsors for their remarkable generosity as we connect our audiences to French culture.”
TRK continues its 20-year mission to bring diverse cultural traditions from across the globe to our stage, enriching the lives of youth, patrons, and artists in the greater Los Angeles area, and beyond.