Thursday, January 12, 2023

Future Stuff To Do: Anime Expo, The Showroom & Crystalline Resonance : FINAL FANTASY Piano Concert

Heads up, you can buy passes for AX 2023 starting Jan 24th, later this month, but the costly Premier Fan Badge isn't happening anymore. The badge gave you some sweet line-cutting and VIP treatment and for whatever reason they won't be selling it this year.

The Showroom opens up next month in the valley, you're basically trapped in an IKEA and are playing Among Us.

Last Call Theatre Presents The Showroom
An Immersive Mystery. Killer Deals. No Exit. 
Feb. 9th-Mar. 5th, 2023
 $35.00 - $45.00
 *Only 20 audience members per show max, so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance!
"From the creators of Abandoned and Signals comes a new interactive experience set in the SCP Universe!

You have become trapped in the infinite IKEA, aka SCP 3008, and unfortunately a murderer lurks among us. They look like us and appear to think like us, but they are not like us. They are the first observed instance of SCP-3008-3, and the humans do not know who is the imposter.  

Enter The Showroom and help Foundation members and other trapped civilians solve a murder mystery before the murderer claims their next victim. Who is human and who is an SCP in disguise? Moreover, how do we define humanity?"
Find out in The Showroom,

Another year another Final Fantasy Concert with Engrish, it's
Crystalline Resonance : FINAL FANTASY Piano Concert
Sat Mar 04  8:00 PM
Alex Theatre, Glendale, CA 
$tarting at $44 

We like a full orchestra, but piano can be nice too. Gotta love that name, Crystalline Resonance. Please grab us a shirt with it on it.

"For the first time on the piano, you will hear Heavensward (FINAL FANTASY XIV) arranged especially for this concert under supervision by its composer Masayoshi Soken, along with newly arranged pieces under patronage from Nobuo Uematsu, including Mambo de Chocobo (FINAL FANTASY V), Eyes On Me (FINAL FANTASY VIII), Kiss Me Good-Bye (FINAL FANTASY XII), and Answers (FINAL FANTASY XIV). For the first time in America, you will also hear Valse di Fantastica (FINAL FANTASY XV), supervised by Yoko Shimomura, and A New Horizon - Tavnazian Archipelago (FINAL FANTASY XI), originally composed by Hitoshi Sakimoto, along with many other classics. "