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, April 4, 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.

  • Comedy from
    Samantha Hale

    Born and raised in Los Angeles, Samantha Hale is following in the comedic footsteps of her grandfather, Alan Hale Jr., best known as The Skipper from Gilligan’s Island. With her unique outlook on life, Samantha likes to push boundaries with her material.

  • Music by
    School of Rock

    The students from School of Rock Santa Clarita will be playing a two sets of everyone’s favorite rock songs from Queen to Foo Fighters to Foreigner.

  • Comedy from
    Eric Buss

    Eric Buss has entertained and amazed audiences worldwide. His innovative and high-energy brand of comedy and magic has earned him some of the industry’s top awards, and a reputation as one of the funniest and most original magicians working today.

  • Film
    “All Hallows Eve”

    “All Hallows Eve” is a psychological horror and morality tale about an old child killer who is visited by three trick or treaters on Halloween…are they real or avenging spirits?

  • Storytelling from
    Ruby Cooper

    Ruby has been writing and telling stories since she was a child washing glasses in her Grandpa’s Irish bar in a small mountain town in Pennsylvania. She is a teacher, published writer, and Moth GrandSlam winner.

  • Film
    “The Invaders”

    On her way home, Jayla, a Muslim American teenager, notices that she is being followed. As feelings of terror and confusion take over, Jayla struggles to escape a powerful force. The Invaders imagines a world in which Islamophobia has created systems without any moral or humanitarian regard.

  • Mentalism
    by Allen Gittelson

    Professorial hypnotist and mind reader Allen Gittelson astonishes with miracles at private events, festivals, and trade shows all over the world.

  • Comedy from

    Japanese comedienne, Kazu Kusano, drops a bomb on the status quo of the perception of Asian women. Through her quirky humor, you will witness the odd experiences of a Japanese woman in 21st century America.

  • Belly Dancing
    by the Dunia Dancers

    The Dunia Dancers have been dancing around Southern California for the past five years.  Their performances feature beautiful costumes, choreography, props, and guest interaction.

  • Juggling by
    Ivan Pecel

    Ivan is a nine time world champion juggler who has appeared on Comedy Central, “America’s Got Talent,” and the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno.”

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