Watching a show is the third most popular activity to do in bed after eating brunch and dreaming about eating brunch with Karl Malone. Take in a bed-bound show with today's Groupon: for $99, you get two admissions to a dinner-in-bed performance art show at SupperClub LA, hosted by Art Rebel (a $300 value). Click here for a list of the 15 dates for which this Groupon is valid and their respective themes. The event begins with dinner at 7:30 p.m. and the show beginning at 8 p.m. Drinks, aside from one complimentary shot, are not included with dinner.
During each performance of Art Rebel's summer series, guests laze on SupperClub's bed-like seats, savor a three-course dinner, and feast their eyes on internationally themed acrobatic, vocal, or art performances. Upon entry to the club’s chic, hip digs, guests dram a complimentary shot and are invited to participate in a group art project, such as painting murals, crafting spin-art, or modeling clay pots shaped like the silhouette of their favorite relative. After flexing Monet-muscles, audience members head to their tables, where chairs are replaced with fluffy mattresses. A smattering of appetizers kicks off the three-course meal, which features a full menu that varies by night and can be customized according to specific dietary needs or number of stomachs.
Chomp on gourmet eats during the featured show, which may include audience participation and a post-performance dance party kicking off around 10:30 p.m. International themes—including Italian, Greek, Japanese, Spanish, and Arabian Nights—are draped over each night's event and provide a less travel-intensive form of international entertainment than a round-robin rap battle against the United Nations.
"One man's trash is another man's treasure" may be an overused saying to some, but to Art Rebel's crew of painters, it's a mantra. The instructors believe in dreaming up creative solutions to help the environment, and that includes teaching their students how to transform discarded items into masterpieces during eco-art classes. Nontoxic, eco-friendly paints grace paper and canvases in a variety of sessions with different themes, from graffiti-art to cartooning. Elsewhere, beautification meets youth outreach when Art Rebel's team teaches children how to paint public works and encrust their favorite foursquare court with bottle caps.