Over the years, a complex network of connections has spread throughout an entire filmography, affectionately referred to by obsessive fans and internet chat rooms as the

Quentin Tarantino Cinematic Universe.

 

This universe is divided by QT himself into two distinct worlds: 

"POSTMODERN CABARET TAKING THE CITY BY STORM."

CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF PULP FICTION 

& THE BIRTH OF A CINEMATIC UNIVERSE

When Pulp Fiction won the Palme D’Or in Cannes in 1994, Hollywood officially recognized a new auteur on the scene. What most didn’t realize, or foresee for future films yet to be made, was the interconnected world that had just burst to life; Vincent Vega from Pulp Fiction is the brother of Vic Vega from Reservoir Dogs; Mr. White’s previous partner in crime was Alabama from True Romance.

 

This, it would turn out, was just the beginning. 

The QTCU, along with each film’s eclectic, retro-cool soundtrack, is the inspiration and source material for For The Record’s critically acclaimed, Los Angeles beloved, meta-musical review. 

the realer-than-real world

an alternate reality similar to our own, comprised of the same basic laws but turned up to 11. Not just real, but “realer than real”. 

 

the move-movie world

a supernatural world where reality and history are altered significantly for maximum impact. These are films the characters from the “realer than real” world would go see in a theater.  

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Of all the character connections and overlapping themes found within the QTCU, Mia Wallace’s TV pilot of ass kicking superwomen, “Fox Force Five” from Pulp Fiction, might be the most powerful. It was the spark of creation that would ignite Kill Bill, and plant the seed of revenge into the hearts of some of QT’s fiercest characters. 

 

TARANTINO: Fox Force Five & The Tyranny of Evil Men uses this origin story as its meta-narrative structure, bringing together an Avengers-like dreamteam of your favorite QT heroines. Each ‘Fox’ represents an archetype, combining characters from across the QTCU.

When this rock ‘n’ roll supergroup finally joins forces in the end, they’ve got one more hit left on their list, and he’s had it coming for quite some time...

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MR. BLONDE

STUNTMAN

MIKE

COL. HANS

LANDA

BILL

JULES

Quentin Tarantino’s vinyl collection is the stuff of legend. It is said that entire movies have been born from Quentin digging through his crates for a single opening credit cut. This talent for dusting off vintage classics is what makes the sound of a Tarantino film as uniquely, indescribably cool as any scene or character. 

 

From Dick Dale’s lethal surf guitar in “Misirlou” that has defined Tarantino style since Pulp Fiction, Nancy Sinatra’s haunting “Bang Bang” that would forever after be the sound of Beatrix Kiddo tragic fate in Kill Bill, to John Legend’s revenge anthem “Who Did That to You?”, a song that could represent the moral core of the QTCU, from Django Unchained, For The Record’s TARANTINO... is the ultimate greatest hits collection of the director’s most inspired soundtrack selections

remixed, rearranged, mashed together, and brought to thrilling life onstage.

"chick habit"

the fox force five theme

Hang up the chick habit,

A girl's not a tonic or a pill

Hang up the chick habit,

You're just jonesing for a spill

Oh, how your bubble's gonna burst

When you meet another nurse 

She'll be driving in a hearse

MORE SETLIST

"SON OF A PREACHER MAN"

"HOOKED ON A FEELING"

"STUCK IN THE MIDDLE WITH YOU"

"little green bag"

"across 110th street"

"GIRL, YOU'LL BE A WOMAN SOON"

"DJANGO"

"LET'S STAY TOGETHER"

"THERE WON'T BE MANY COMING HOME"

"DOWN IN MEXICO"

 

SHANE SCHEEL

Executive Producer / FTR Founder

SIOBHAN O'NEILL

Producer / Business Affairs

MATTHEW

STEINBRENNER

Scenic Design

MIKE BERGER

Lighting Design

BEN SOLDATE

Sound Design

STEVE MAZUREK

Costume Design

SUMIE MAEDA

Choreography / Associate Director

JESSE VARGAS

Music Supervisor / Arrangements

Adapted & Directed by

ANDERSON DAVIS

THIS IS FOR THE RECORD

What began in 20​10​ in a small bar ​in East Hollywood​​​​​ and went on to become a “must-see show” in Los Angeles, a hit special event in NYC, Chicago, at SXSW in Austin and the Montreal International Jazz Festival, For The Record has now created BAZ: STAR CROSSED LOVE, “the best spectacular you might ever watch” (Las Vegas Sun) at the Palazzo Theater in Las Vegas, SCORSESE: AMERICAN CRIME REQUIEM at The Wallis in Beverly Hills, which was nominated for 11 Ovation Awards and won the 2016 Broadway World Award for Best Musical in Los Angeles, and THE BRAT PACK, the “overwhelmingly popular” show on the Norwegian Escape voted one of the “best stage shows at sea”.  

 

Most recently, FTR debuted Cinema For The Record, a first-of-its-kind event that combines live orchestra film screenings with immersive musicals to create an altogether new genre of live event. LOVE ACTUALLY LIVE, the first edition of the series, was a box office-record-breaking smash hit at The Wallis in Beverly Hills with Entertainment Weekly calling it “pitch perfect”, and the LA Times recommending everyone “let this superbly mounted musical wash over you with warmth and joy”.

 

The FTR Creative Team includes Emmy award-winning designers working specifically in a hybrid genre between first class Broadway shows and the cutting-edge performances seen on The Grammys, the MTV VMAs, and other massive award shows. Because of this, FTR shows defy easy categorization. They have become the premier theater company for reimagining popular culture - movies, albums, and entire catalogs - as theatrical worlds, immersed in rock ‘n’ roll with a story to tell.

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