'For the Record' Concert Series Moves to West Hollywood's DBA (Exclusive)

Pamela Littky

The series' next installment, "For the Record: Tarantino," will begin March 27 in its new home.

Cabaret series For the Record has found a new home. After spending more than three years at Los Feliz's Rockwell Table and Stage, the show will debut its latest installment, For the Record: Tarantino in West Hollywood's DBA.

The multi-purpose gallery and performance space, housed in the former Voyeur location, DBA (short for "Doing Business As") was first launched last fall with a pop-up spectacle called Esque, courtesy of Manhattan nightlife impresario Simon Hammerstein (The Box).

The space can hold up to 220 people as opposed to the previous 60-seat bar area of Rockwell, with enhanced production values, expanded six-piece band and tiered seating.

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The live-music concert will be a mash-up of Quentin Tarantino films from Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction to Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained. Rumer Willis will star, as she did in For the Record: Baz Luhrmann last summer, celebrating the 20th anniversary of Pulp Fiction, which starred her father, Bruce Willis.

Tracie Thoms will reprise her role from Tarantino's Death Proof, alongside Pretty Little Liars' Janel Parish, Glee's Lindsay Pearce, The Haunted HathawaysGinifer King and The Carrie Diaries' Lindsey Gort, among others.

The show, created by Shane Scheel, Christopher Lloyd Bratten and Anderson Davis, will run every Thursday through Sunday. Tickets are available at DBAHollywood.com and ForTheRecordLive.com.