Downtown San Jose's Best Kept Secret
The Tabard Theatre Company
TABARD EVENTS is a program of THE TABARD THEATRE COMPANY, the resident and managing theatre company of Theatre on San Pedro Square (TOSPS). TABARD EVENTS presents some of the best live music from all genres, as well as a host of other performing arts events. TOSPS is a unique and intimate "Destination" and available for rent to private, for-profit, and non-profit organizations throughout the year.
Parking: Theatre on San Pedro Square offers Validation for Free Parking after 6:00 pm weeknights and all day/evening weekends, in the City parking lot conveniently located across the street from our theatre (except on Sharks/Special Event pre-paid nights).
(For Directions and more detailed Parking Information, click here.)
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Tabard Events presents
Most Tuesdays, 7pm
Check out the local talent! Theatre on San Pedro Square (TOSPS) presents different musicians each week—
Jazz — Blues — Guitar — Big Band
The admission is FREE! Enjoy the open bar and your favorite—or some new—talent!
|Coming Up Next|
|May 19||The Footnotes Jazz Band||Big Band|
|May 26||Steve Nakano and Friends||Jazz|
|June 2||Blues Society/Jeramy Norris and the Dangerous Mood||Blues|
|June 9||Steel Horse||Bon Jovi Tribute Band|
|June 16||Genji and Laura||Jazz|
|June 23||The Top Shelf Big Band||Big Band|
Tabard Events presents
BoomeRaging: From LSD to OMG
The man the New York Times calls “quite possibly, the best political comedian working in the country today,” Will Durst, is thrilled to bring his one-man show to the intimate Theatre on San Pedro Square. “BoomeRaging: From LSD to OMG" is an uproarious tribute to the joys, achievements, frustrations, and looming doom of the Baby Boom Generation. Ably assisted by a genially acerbic wit and trusty overhead projector, Durst explores the Boomer revolutions, evolutions, and still-vibrant role in today’s youth-obsessed society ("which we invented, for crum’s sake"). In this rollicking monologue, Durst explains why his chronologically gifted brothers and sisters should refuse to grow old in the face of gravity, no matter how many times they forget their password retrieval question. It’s what happens when acid flashbacks meet dementia. A celebration of the maturation of the Boomer Nation: culminating in an extra, added special treat - the Meaning of Life.
Saturday, May 30
2015 Rock for a Reason
Presented by Music As Language to benefit the Audrie Pott Foundation
The "Rock for a Reason" concert brings music students and professionals together to create more than 15 bands-for-a-day. Students choose the music, and then bands are formed for each song, consisting of a drummer, bassist/guitarist, pianist and vocalist! This annual event brings families together and allows music to be the common thread to bridge generations, cultures and backgrounds.
Songs will range from artists such as Taylor Swift, The Beatles, Journey, Maroon 5, and even originals from our students and professional band! Come out and enjoy the awesome music and visual stage production, as well as help a worthy-cause create a better future for our young people!
All proceeds from this event will go to benefit the Audrie Pott Foundation, A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing anti-cyberbullying presentations to schools, art and music scholarships, grants for school therapists.
"This event is important because it's the youth of our area helping local youth," said Majhon Phillips, Music As Language founder and coordinator of Rock for a Reason. "Every act of kindness and generosity grows to create more - why not use great music and fun as a starting point?"
Tickets will be sold in advance and at the door for $35.
Time: 11 a.m.
Tabard Events presents
Syndicate of Sound —
Heart of the Sixties
Get ready for an epic night revisiting the most creative decade in rock history.
Catch the Syndicate of Sound in the city they put on the rock-'n'-roll map when their snarling anthem "Little Girl" skyrocketed into the national Top Ten in 1966. Founding members Don Baskin (vocals), Bob Gonzalez (bass), and Jim Sawyers (guitar), flanked by Pat Hennessy on drums and Tom Muller on keyboards, combine song, story, video, and dance to recreate the Heart of The Sixties!
Joan Chiasera, renowned vocalist and violinist for Gypsy, joins the Syndicate to present this high-powered revival.
If you were there, you’ll delight in the flashback. If you weren’t, this is your chance to experience first-hand the mind-altering sounds, the frantic go-go dancing, the TV shows and ads… and more from the Heart of the Sixties. What could be groovier!
Friday, June 19, 12:10–12:50 pm
Noon Arts & LecturesIolanthe Presentation "Fairy curses, incompetent politicians, and a clever Royal Guardsman... just a typical day at the office." Presentation on Iolanthe which will be at the Montgomery Theater June 20-28, 2015 (www.LyricTheatre.org)
Suggested $5 Door Donation
Tickets and Info: NoonArtsAndLectures.org
|Coming Up Next—Third Friday of Each Month (check back for details)|