Once upon a time in Hollywood, a cinematic world took over a theater stage to create a thrilling rock ‘n roll concert!
Quentin Tarantino’s Cannes-winning Pulp Fiction cemented his place as one of the most influential auteurs in film history, generating an insatiable thirst for more outrageously violent blood splatterings and quotable scenes. The only thing better than rewatching his cult hits is experiencing this genre-bending postmodern extravaganza.
Entertainment mavens For The Record have created an amalgamation of all the greatest Quentin Tarantino scenes, soundtracks and characters delivered as one unforgettable musical, glazed in nostalgic gold. And it debuts at L.A.’s iconic Bourbon Room on August 5. The first week is almost completely sold, so don’t wait to book your tickets.
Experience his beloved cinematic world as a rock ‘n roll symphony of choreographed duels, hissing swords, live musicians, song-and-dance, obscene verbal exchanges, accented with pops of gunfire.
This Hollywood theatrical renaissance has already taken the world by storm with sold-out shows for previous productions and critically acclaimed runs at SXSW, as well as the Montreal Jazz Festival. It’s also attracted stars like Rumer Willis, who plays one of the Kill Bill brides and takes on Janel Parrish (Pretty Little Liars) playing O-Ren.
- Credit: For The Record
Although, there are just as many celebrities on stage as in the audience with Demi Moore, Aaron Paul, Barbra Streisand, and James Brolin attending the previous shows. Tarantino himself even stopped by for some toe-tapping magic.
Brace yourself by switching up your $5 shake for a mouthwatering cocktail before you’re thrust into a mashup of movie universes based on Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, Django Unchained, Reservoir Dogs, Inglourious Basterds, Jackie Brown, The Hateful Eight, and Death Proof.
This dazzling production follows ‘Fox Force Five’—a team of femme fatales who join forces to take down ‘The Tyranny of Evil Men.’ While this may be inspired by Pulp Fiction’s Mia Wallace who stars in a single pilot show of the same name, these secret agents take on a life of their own to bring you a 90-minute, character-driven concert experience.
Imagine nurse Elle sadistically whistling as she waltzes onto the stage, setting the scene for an obscene showdown, all scored by a live performance of Nancy Sinatra’s “Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down).”
It’s all you could ever want from a night out with a Jack Rabbit Slim’s twist.