10 by 10

First Thursday

24266 Main Street, Old Town Newhall
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

10 by 10 is a variety night giving ten selected entertainers the chance to take the stage for a ten minute performance of their choosing. Audience members will enjoy storytelling, magic, comedy, improv, music, and other forms of entertainment at this ever changing event. Admission is FREE!

We are interested in short live theatre pieces, improv, comedy, magic, dance, monologues, music, and anything else you think might entertain an audience.  Each month, ten performers will be selected to perform a 10-minute piece. All types of art forms are accepted and considered; however, there are some restrictions on live music.  Performers are responsible for their own property.

Interested in performing at 10 by 10?
Apply Now!

Thursday, March 7, 2019

Thursdays@Newhall’s 10 by 10 variety show continues to amuse and entertain attendees month after month. This free evening of entertainment is one you won’t want to miss.

  • Ventriloquist
    Hannah Leskosky

    Hannah Leskosky has a talking unicorn who has quite the attitude and may or may not have substance abuse problems. Hannah is a ventriloquist, so she may or may not have her fair share of problems, too. Hannah performs all around Los Angeles and was featured on ABC’s The Gong Show and YouTube’s Good Mythical Morning.

  • Storytelling/Poetry
    by Thi Nguyen

    Nguyen is currently teaching the future of LA as an elementary school substitute teacher.  Occasionally she tells stories and acts in small play productions.

  • Comedy
    from Lisa Alvarado

    Lisa has appeared in many clubs, and at various events and shows including the “Last Comic Standing” and the TV Guide Network.  She is also a writer on a comedy game show.

  • Poetry/Spoken Word
    with Lisa M. McDougald

    Lisa is an author, poet and historian whose work taps into her Scottish Canadian family history and the San Bernardino mountains surrounding her childhood home. A descendant of survivors on board the RMS Titanic, Lisa’s articles on the subject have appeared in the Titanic Historical Society’s The Commutator.


    Written, directed and produced by Wanjiru Mjendu, the film follows the fictional story of Henry “Box” Brown, a slave who mailed himself to freedom in 1849.

  • Music
    by Abby Lyons

    CalArts grad, Abby Lyons, is a singer-songwriter, composer, pianist and ukulele player. She released her debut self-titled album in May 2017.

  • Comedy
    by Jeanne Whitney

    Jeanne is a comedian from Indiana who performs nightly in Los Angeles, and all over California and the Midwest.

  • Storytelling
    by Vicki Juditz

    Vicki has performed stories from New York to Hong Kong and everywhere in between.  She has won Moth StorySLAMs and GrandSLAMS, and has made comic appearances on shows such as “Everybody Loves Raymond,” and “Yes, Dear.”

  • Music
    from Sam Montana

    Pop-rock, singer and songwriter Sam Montana, was born and raised in Santa Clarita. At the age of 13, she received her first guitar as a gift and instantly grew fond of it and started to learn how to play.

  • Dance
    by Kalakeke Pacific Island Dance Company

    Take a 10-minute journey to the islands of the South Pacific with an exciting live performance of dnace and Tahitian drumming and music by Santa Clarita’s very own Kalakeke Pacific Island Dance Company.

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