- Tuesday, Mar. 6, 2012
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Noiselab Music's Pinky Turzo and Paul Rhim served as musical directors for "Smoke and Mirrors," the second in the first ever series of flash mob style theatrical events. The series of twenty performances are being produced by Flash Theater LA this year to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of Playwrights' Arena.
The ten minute production, written by Alison de la Cruz and directed by Fran de Leon, took place February 19th on the sidewalk in front of Park's Finest BBQ in historic Filipino Town.
A crowd of hundreds gathered to watch over fifty Los Angles artists perform. The musical story of a tragic love triangle was set in a 1940's taxi dance hall and featured music from the era, ranging from big band swing to tango. Pinky Turzo also performed vocals for two numbers.
Title: Installment 1.2 • 2.19.12 • "Smoke & Mirrors"
Written by Alison De La Cruz
Directed by Fran de Leon
Artistic Director Jon Lawrence Rivera
Musical Direction by Paul Rhim & Pinky Turzo, Noiselab Music
Choreography by Giovanni Ortega & Diana Toshiko
Stage Managed by Krisserin Canary
Props by Paolo D. DeLeon
Wardrobe by Newton Kaneshiro
Lighting by Christopher Stokes
Sound provided by Doug Shaffer & Bob Blackburn
Assistant Stage Managed by Hilary Taylor, Shaunessy Quinn, Crystal Munson
Location: The Park's Finest BBQ in Historic Filipinotown
Footage provided by Paul Rhim
Noiselab Music has developed a strong background composing and licensing for television advertising and has also provided music for numerous film, TV and web projects. Clients include BMW, Lexus, Honda, Kia, Taco Bell, Mattel and Ubisoft.
Founded in 2004 by Composer/Creative director Paul Rhim and Executive Producer Pinky Turzo, Noiselab brings enthusiasm and an original approach to all of its work. www.noiselabmusic.net