Room 105 - The Highs and Lows of Janis Joplin (Musical)
ADDED SHOW - MUST CLOSE THIS SUNDAY
Critic's Rave About Sophie B Hawkins Voice!
LA TIMES says, "Sophie B Hawkins channels Janis Joplin's spirit in "Room 105"
CLICK HERE For Entire LA TIMES Article
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER says, "it seems like Grammy-nominated singer Sophie B. Hawkins was born to play Janis Joplin."
CLICK HERE For Entire Hollywood Reporter Interview
"If you’re in L.A., this is an absolute must-see. That’s all you need to know but if you love Janis Joplin and real rock and roll, this is a must-see. If you love American 20th century history or gender politics or simply a unique evening out, this is a must-see." - LA SPLASH
"Sophie B Hawkins passionately channels Janis Joplins power, vulnerability and insecurities with her astonishing voice." - Indie 103.1 Radio
"Sophie B. Hawkins is remarkable as Janis Joplin in ‘ROOM 105: The Highs and Lows of Janis Joplin’. The band is exceptional too in this trip down memory lane. It is one of our FEATURED events!” - Performing Arts LIVE
"When Hawkins starts singing, she sings the shit out of those songs. And, even with Joplin’s unmistakably, distinctive voice, Hawkins’ heart colors each note and vocal gymnastic. She really outdoes herself here."
“Bringing renewed verve to her [Joplin's] legacy and spirit...brilliant and heartfelt performance by Sophie B. Hawkins... Perhaps even more impressive was the sensitivity with which Hawkins embodied Joplin. Impressively written and directed by Gigi Gaston” - EDGE MAGAZINE
Runs Sat, Oct 06 – Sun, Dec 30 Friday, Saturday 8:00PM
Sunday 7pm - Dec 30 only. -JUST ADDED Show Calendar
Starring Grammy-nominated Sophie B. Hawkins –Room 105 is a thoughtful and entertaining tribute to legendary soul singer Janis Joplin. The show is a humorous, engaging, bittersweet, and honest confessional, Janis brings the audience into her world and her life, and teases viewers about aspects of modern day pop culture, of which she is privy. A modern-day retrospective on Joplin’s turbulent life, telling a story that reveals the iconic singer’s thoughts on love, sex, fame and belonging.