last night- cutie and i went to the Los Angeles Theater in Downtwon LA to take part of "Last Remaining Seats", presented by The Los Angeles Conservancy. the movie at hand was The Graduate- and as much as i love the film... i must admit i think the Los Angeles Theater was the shining star of the night. as soon as we walked in- it took my breath away!!! here are jsut a few pics that made me go, "oOoOH- aAaAAh...." :)
pics from top- left to right.
first pic was taken of me by a woman named chris. i was infact, taking a picture of the mirrors of the bathroom. as i wasputting my camera away- she turned and said to me, "i'm sorry, but i just need to take a pciture of you taking a picture. would you mind taking another picture so i can take one of you?" i figured..."why not?". after she took it, i asked her if she can eml it. so, in the bathroom of the los angeles theater... as we were being escorted to our bathroom stalls- we exchanged information and she emld me this pic and i had it in my possesion in about a minute... isn't technology grand???
not as grand as the los angeles theater though... a very mini tour- as there is SO much to see if you ever visit the theater- at the top of the stairs- there was a GORGEOUS crystal fountain- (wasn't running that night) that looked like a chandelier- the french inspired mural behind the fountain was painted by mexican muralist Candelario Rivas. i was thinking about maybe taking a tour of the theater- with the handsome Tony Valdez- ehhehe- who helped host the night and interviewed the producer from the gradute, Lawrence Turman, who was pretty hilarious- ehhee. :)
if ever in the LA area- i'd recommend taking one of the walking tours- you won't regret it. ;) i had seen this movie before, but it was different watching it on the big screen how it was meant to be watched- with a crowd of people. i don't think i ever realized how funny the movie wactully was when i had seen it on my small tv screen. i'm glad we went to see this for discovering the theater as well as getting the chance to see Mr. Turman. :) so- if you haven't seen the graduate yet... do.