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Mural Unveiling

We’re pleased to announce the date of Porticos’ mural unveiling! On September 25, 2021, at 5 pm, come see the full piece in person, take photos and find out what else we have in store for the coming months. Muralists and graffiti artists are invited and encouraged to attend. Meet LA-based artist Ian Schuler and hang out with music performances by Nick Crow and Rusty Tinder.

Press: 5 PM

Date: September 25, 2021

The new facade of Porticos Art Space

Photos 'From the Unveiling

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Picnic Pastiche

It’s a picnic with a show! Arroyo Repertory Theatre presents Picnic Pastiche, an artist-led, artist-produced variety show in the sun-kissed courtyard of Porticos Art Space. Enjoy music, theatre skits and comedy while indulging in some snacks on a warm summer evening. Picnic Pastiche will observe all local and county protocols. Bring your own blanket or chair and definitely your friends! 

Tickets: $8

Dates: August 6, 7, 8, 2021

An all-female stand up and storytelling show

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Comedy in the Courtyard

Katsy Chappell is hosting an all-ladies comedy and storytelling event in the courtyard of Porticos Art Space! BYOB (bring your own blanket; booze not permitted on campus) + social distancing requested. 

Tickets: $9

Date: July 31, 2021

An all-female stand up and storytelling show


Bad Omen Sessions:

Produced by James Fall, The Bad Omen Sessions brings rising stars in R&B, Pop, and Hip-Hip of Los Angeles into the atmosphere of a Jazz club.

The Featured Artists:

Shayla The Artist

Alfred Nomad

Paula the Balla

David J 

an R&B and Hip-Hop showcase

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Tales from the Script

Arroyo Repertory Theatre and actor/producer John Knight have joined forces to bring you entertainment outdoors as a fabulous start to your All Hallows’ Eve. In the large and beautiful courtyard on the grounds of St. James United Methodist Church in Pasadena, bring a blanket or chair and come sit on the lawn and have a listen and a laugh with “Tales From The Script.”

Masks and social distancing required.

Photos 'From The Script

Under a full moon on Halloween night, artists shared the stage (but not the microphone) for a socially-distanced set of solo performances. Artists shared songs, stories, and spoken word about today's world in all its glory - and sorrow. 

Thank you to all who participated and came out to our event. Check out our photos below in case you missed it!

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