Announcing new store hours:
Tuesdays through Sundays, 12 noon to 7 pm
Join us at one or more of these great cultural activities and help raise funds to enable the bookstore to survive and thrive:
Thurs., April 7th, 8 PM: "" at Los Angeles Theatre Center, 514 S. Spring St., downtown, L.A. 90014* Standing ovations and rave reviews for Devil's Advocate, by | Directed by Jose Luis Valenzuela | Produced by The . Devil's Advocate is the story of the capture and breaking of the Panamanian strong man Manuel Noriega by the Vatican's "Devil's Advocate" Archbishop Jose Sebastian Laboa. Their titanic struggle to the end of the night is based on an astonishing true story. Tickets are $10 on Thursdays; we ask your donation of $5 to $100 extra for the bookstore. Contact Revolution Books to join our group.
Saturday, April 9th, 7:30 pm:
MIRAL - Is This the Face of a Terrorist?
Miral, starring Frieda Pinto (from Slumdog Millionaire) starts in 1947 with the unjust UN mandated partition of Palestine and traces through the lives of 3 generations of Palestinian women-their oppression and their struggles.
At the Laemmle's Playhouse 7 in Pasadena, 673 East Colorado Blvd. Contact us to go in a group, or get tickets, $11, plus we ask a donation of $5 to $100 for the bookstore.
Theater info and watch the trailer [here].
Thurs., April 21st, 8 PM - "A Weekend with Picasso" at Los Angeles Theatre Center, 514 S. Spring St. in downtown LA 90014*by Herbert Siguenza | Directed by Todd Salovey | Produced by The Latino Theater Company "Siguenza was born to play Picasso!" Acclaimed actor-writer Herbert Siguenza (of Los Angeles with his first one man show. Siguenza brings his virtuosic writing, acting and painting skills into Picasso's private studio, "Le Californie" on the coast of France in 1957 for an intimate and revealing weekend into the creative mind and work of one of the most inspiring artists of modern history. Picasso's controversial and flamboyant opinions and creations gripped the public imagination and forever changed 20th century art history. Tickets are $10 on Thursdays; we ask your donation of $5 to $100 extra for the bookstore. Contact Revolution Books to join our group.) returns to
"N*gger Wetb*ck Ch*nk" at , ; contact us if you want to go in a group.
"A melting pot of theater, hip-hop, stand-up comedy, slam poetry and memoir from three electric performers... the play is nothing short of breathtaking." - Black Book Magazine
* Where do The LATC patrons park?
In addition to the metered street parking surrounding The LATC on Spring Street, 6th Street and Main Street, secured parking is available in five private facilities just south and east of LATC. Parking charges are on average about $4 - $7 per car.
Comments after this past months' successful and important events:
"Revolution Books is taking off!" "This is becoming THE place."
We enthusiastically agree, but Revolution Books / Libros Revolucion can ONLY continue to grow with your financial support now. As an intellectual center for the movement for REVOLUTION, this bookstore is a crucial part of changing the world and bringing into being something completely new and far better. If you see and feel this need in today's world, donate generously. Make a one-time contribution or become a "Friend of Revolution Books" by donating $100 / $50 / $20 per month or volunteer 4 hours a week or more and join the people who are part of the lifeblood of this invaluable bookstore.
Donate NOW to enable
Revolution Books / Libros Revolución to survive and thrive!
Come in and bring your donation, browse the books, meet the staff; mail
a check or money order; or donate via PayPal on our blog [here].
Talk to others about doing the same!