Rockwell: Table & Stage proudly presents celebrated actress Molly Ringwald in two official debut CD release performances.
Except...Sometimes, the debut CD from actress and author Molly Ringwald, will be released by Concord Records on April 9th, 2013. An homage to the Great American Songbook, Ringwald has crafted a carefully chosen selection of nine standards which she caps off with her take on The Breakfast Club classic, Don't You (Forget About Me). The release of Except...Sometimes will be accompanied by additional tour dates as well as appearances in conjunction with the release of her bestselling new novel, When It Happens to You.
Seating is fixed. Patrons will be assigned a seat but can adjust it when purchasing tickets online. Doors open 90 minutes prior to the show. Rockwell: Table & Stage is an intimate venue with close seating quarters, and tries to accommodate as many patrons as possible. Be prepared to make new friends.
While performances at Rockwell: Table & Stage are not restricted to 21+, many of our performances do include mature content, and patrons under the age of 21 are prohibited by law from sitting in certain areas of the venue without exception. If you have persons in your party under the age of 21, please call and notify us so that we may seat your party accordingly.
Guests are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy Rockwell: Table & Stage cuisine and cocktails. There is a two item minimum.
LATE SEATING POLICY: All tickets and reservations are released at scheduled showtime.
For additional information, please call (323) 661-6163 ext. 20.
Valet parking is available behind the restaurant.
More About Molly Ringwald and Except Sometimes...
Except...Sometimes was produced by Peter Smith and features Clayton Cameron on drums, Allen Mezquida on alto saxophone, Peter Smith on piano and Trevor Ware on bass.
Said Ringwald, I grew up in a home filled with music and had an early appreciation of jazz since my dad was a jazz musician [pianist Bob Ringwald]. Beginning at around age three I started singing with his band and jazz music has continued to be one of my three passions along with acting and writing. I like to say jazz music is my musical equivalent of comfort food. It's always where I go back to when I want to feel grounded.
An actress of both stage and screen, Molly was cast in Paul Mazursky's film Tempest at the age of thirteen. Her performance as Miranda, the daughter of John Cassavetes and Gena Rowlands, earned her a Golden Globe nomination, and she went on to star in numerous films, including The Pick-Up Artist, For Keeps, Fresh Horses, Betsy's Wedding, Cindy Sherman's Office Killer, Billy Bob Thornton's short film Some Folks Call It a Sling Blade, Jean-Luc Godard's King Lear, and the now-iconic John Hughes' movies Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, and Pretty in Pink.
In 1992, a lifelong Francophile, Ms. Ringwald moved to Paris where she acted in such foreign films as Jean-Charles Tacchella's Tous Les Jours Dimanche and Toni Marshal's Enfants de Salaud, which she performed entirely in French. She frequently returned to the United States to star in television projects, including the critically acclaimed comedy series Townies, Stephen King's The Stand, and the Emmy-nominated Allison Gertz Story.
In 1997, Ms. Ringwald returned to the theater in New York City to star in Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize winning How I Learned to Drive, a role she reprised at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles. Subsequent theater credits include playing the legendary Sally Bowles in the Broadway production of Cabaret; the Tony-nominated Broadway production of Enchanted April; and the London production of When Harry Met Sally. She created the role of Horton Foote's Lily Dale in the NY off-Broadway production, performed the role of Salome (with Al Pacino) and starred in Jonathan Larson's musical Tick Tick Boom! and the hit comedy Modern Orthodox, directed by James Lapine.
Currently, Molly can be seen starring in the breakout hit The Secret Life of the American Teenager on ABC Family.