Sep
13
Sat
BEATA KARDEWICZ’S PAINTING EXHIBITION @ Village Theater Foyer
Sep 13 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

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Polish American Performing Arts Club

presents

BEATA KARDEWICZ’S EXHIBITION

 

Light and Color

 

September 13, 2014 5-6:30pm

At Village Theater Foyer

1140 N. Tustin St.

Orange, CA 92867

 

 

Beata Kardewicz is a visual artist and a performing musician in Orange County, CA. A native of Poland, her early childhood revolved around visual arts and music. At the age of 13, she was already working with oil painting and other medias. Even though she is a self-taught artist, she had her first exhibition at the age of 17.

In 2005, she became a certified iconographer. While studying her Master’s degree in music, she also found time to improve her oil painting and drawing techniques as well as expand her personal growth and knowledge. Oil painting and dry pastels became her favorite media.

Music and painting are deeply rooted in Kardewicz’s life and that can be seen in her painting collection and style. She is not only inspired by impressionistic landscape painters like Monet and Pissarro, but also by impressionistic music by Debussy and Ravel.

She is known for paintings that exude a fluidity of impressionistic harmony, delicate tones, wave like strokes, and the constant pursuit to capture the “moment in motion” on the canvas.

Nov
8
Sat
Screening of JACK STRONG by Wladyslaw Pasikowski @ VILLAGE THEATER
Nov 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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“Jack Strong”

by Wladyslaw Pasikowski

VILLAGE THEATER

1140 North Tustin St. Orange, CA 92867

 

Tickets: $15.00/$12.00 members of PAPA Club, Polam FCU, PNA, PAC-KPA Tickets can be purchased at:www.PAPACLUB.NET Polka Deli 714-974-8276/All Continents Travel  714-974-3620/Polam FCU Orange  714-998-1016

http://www.polishfilmla.org/wocms.php?siteID=12&ID=786

 

 

Feb
8
Sun
Wieczor Jubileuszowy Stanislawa Gorki @ Village Theatre
Feb 8 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

plakat

Polish American Performing Arts Club

Serdecznie zaprasza na wieczor autorski

STANISLAWA GORKI               w programie kabaretowym
“ONE I MY- Kobieta tajemnicza jest”
Niedziela 8 Luty 2015 o 18.00
w  Village Theater, 1140 N Tustin St., Orange Ca 92867

http://www.besticketsintown.com/customers/papaclub/2015/event-02_08_2015.htm

program w jezyku polskim

darek swiatkowski       papa club       program director

Mar
15
Sun
Jan Pietrzak: “A MY WCIAZ GRAMY” @ Village Theater
Mar 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

plakat

Polish American Performing

Arts Club

Serdecznie zaprasza na wystep
JANA PIETRZAKA
w programie kabaretowym
“A MY WCIAZ GRAMY”
Niedziela 15 marca 2015 o 18.00
w Village Theatre
1140 N Tustin St., Orange Ca 92867

bilety do nabycia

Polka Deli  Orange 714-974-8276

All Continents Travel 714-974-3620

Polam FCU  Orange  714-998-1017

http://www.besticketsintown.com/customers/papaclub/2015/event-03_15_2015.htm

program w jezyku polskim

darek swiatkowski

papa club

program director

Oct
17
Sat
Polish Film Festival, Los Angeles, Village Theater. Program @ Village Theater
Oct 17 @ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Plakat_LAPolishFilmF

 

Village Theater 

1140 N. Tustin Street, Orange, CA 92867

All films with English subtitles

Saturday, October 17, 2015 (in person: Peter Sebastian Wrobell, Pawel Lucewicz)
3:00 P.M.  WWJD. THE JOURNEY CONTINUES  by Gabriel Sabloff (2015, 94 min.) - (Q & A with  Peter Sebastian Wrobell)
 5:00 P.M. MY FRIEND THE ENEMY (Moj przyjaciel wrog) by Wanda Koscia (2014, 56 min.)
 6:00 P.M. STRONG COFFEE ISN`T THAT BAD  (Mocna kawa wcale nie jest taka zla) (2014, 49 min.)
7:00 P.M.  GODS (Bogowie) by Lukasz Palkowski (2014, 112 min.)
9:00 P.M. CARTE BLANCHE by Jacek Lusinski (2015, 106 min.) – (Q & A with Pawel Lucewicz)

Nov
7
Sat
“OPOWIESCI POLI NEGRI” @ Village Theater
Nov 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
PNegri 
Polish American Performing Arts Club
zaprasza
na przedstawienie Teatru Polskiego z Toronto 
“OPOWIESCI  POLI NEGRI”
rezyser          Kazimierz Braun
obsada               AGATA PILITOWSKA  & MARIA NOWOTARSKA
Sobota 7 Listopad 2015 o godz 19.00
Village Theater at 1140 N. Tustin Street, Orange, CA 92867
przedstawienie  w jezyku polskim
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Bilety  $25.00 ($20.00 members of: PAPA, PAC, POLAM, PNA , mlodziez do lat 25)
www.papaclub.net

Sztuka        autorstwa        dramaturga Kazimierza Brauna to wzruszająca historia dawnej        gwiazdy, dla której nie        ma już miejsca w Hollywood,  Pola Negri, w        którą brawurowo wcieliła się aktorka Agata Pilitowska, snuje        swoją opowieść         przy okazji kolejnego pobytu w USA. “To nie wizyta, to powrót” -         podkreśla bohaterka spektaklu, jednak dla dawnej gwiazdy kina        niemego wielki        come back przed kamery okazał się niemożliwy. Słynna aktorka w        zaciszu swej        dawnej garderoby opowiada o ubogim dzieciństwie, początkach        kariery, ogromnej        sławie, romansach z Charliem Chaplinem i Rudolfem Valentino, a        także o związku        z ukochaną matką  – w tę rolę wcieliła się Maria Nowotarska.        Pola tłumaczy        się także z plotek o rzekomym romansie z Hitlerem, który był         wielkim        miłośnikiem jej talentu. Historia niemogącej się pogodzić z        upływem czasu        gwiazdy zachwyciła publiczność w Estoril ,Toronto i wielu innych        miejscach  gdzie ze swoim spektaklem trafil Teatr Polski z        Toronto – widzowie z zapartym tchem śledzili        jej losy ukazane w dwugodzinnym spektaklu, okraszonym pięknymi        strojami i        fragmentami niemych filmów.  Zapraszamy serdecznie

Mar
12
Sat
Karolina Naziemiec and Friends “Songs of Hope” @ Village Theater
Mar 12 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

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Polish American Performing Arts Club

presents

KAROLINA NAZIEMIEC AND FRIENDS
IN CONCRET


“SONGS OF HOPE”

KaroliNa Naziemiec  Vocal
Tom Ranier Piano
Dave Stone Bass
Johns Chiodini Guitar
Robert ZimmittiDrums
Saturday March 12, 2016 at 8pm
Village Theater at 1140 N. Tustin Street, Orange, CA 92867
 
“SONGS OF HOPE” paying tribute to all those who sacrificed during World War II. Karolina is a very talented violist and singer. Songs include WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER, WE’LL MEET AGAIN and a Polish resistance song from the war.
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Tickets  $25.00 ($20.00 members of: PAPA, PAC, POLAM, PNA , mlodziez do lat 25)

www.papaclub.net

Tom Ranier (born in Chicago, Il.) is an American instrumentalist who primarily plays piano but also saxophones and clarinet .
 As a jazz artist he has recorded widely under his own name and as a sideman for Warner Bros.Concord Records and several other labels. He has been prominent in the film, television, and music recording industry since the 1970s having played keyboards, woodwinds and writing music for a long list of assignments to include GrammyAcademy AwardEmmy, and Golden Globe winning media and soundtracks for artists such as Barbra StriesandShirley BasseyMichael FeinsteinChristina AguileraJoe PassPlácido DomingoBarry ManilowNatalie Cole, and many others.

Dave Stone   Dave traveled with Ray Anthony, Woody Herman, Stan Kenton and Harry James. He also toured with Nancy Wilson and Debby Boone and did some short trips with Bobby Vinton. He worked with Louie Bellsons’ Band on the West Coast for many years. Some popular artists Dave has recorded rhythm and/or orchestra bass with are Frank Sinatra /Barbara Streisand, Linda Rondstat, Barry Manilow, Neil Diamond, Natalie Cole, Jennifer Warnes, Whitney Houston, etc…In 2004 he recorded a song with Paul McCartney and worked with Brian Wilson on the Smile CD.


John Chiodini   Guitarist and composer  began his performing career in clubs, recording studios and theaters throughout New England in the 1960′s and 1970′s. As a member of the Boston Pops Orchestra under Arthur Fiedler, John made numerous appearances in concerts and on recordings, including the long-running PBS television series “Evening At Pops”.
In the early 1980′s, he relocated to Los Angeles, touring, writing, and recording with Peggy Lee.

 He toured and recorded with Natalie Cole (“Unforgettable” tour). Other artists with whom John has toured and/or recorded include: Buddy DeFranco, Maynard Ferguson, Carl Andersen, Louis Bellson, Tony Bennett, Michael Bolton, Bobby Caldwell, Celine Dion, Dr. John, Arthur Hamilton, Shirley Horn, Lainie Kazan, Hubert Laws, Barry Manilow, Rebecca Parris, Terry Harrington, Diane Schuur, Nina Simone, Barbra Streisand, Nancy Wilson, Michael Buble…

Robert Zimmitti 
, is currently a well-established studio drummer. In the 1970s, he recorded The Grand Wazoo with Frank Zappa. During that era, he also regularly performed with disco acts.

Since then, Bob Zimmitti spent most of his time in the studio, recording with artists such as Diana Krall, the Pussycat Dolls, Paul Anka, The Bee Gees, Gloria Gaynor, Elvis Costello, and countless more. Bob Zimmitti also recorded on several movie soundtracks, including Mighty Joe Young, I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry, Peter Pan, and Daredevil. Bob even performed as a featured soloist on The Notebook in 2004.