Playhouse Nightclub

Manufactured SuperstarsName of Club: Playhouse Nightclub
Name of Event: Manufactured Superstars - Space Odyssey 2011 Residency
Location: Los Angeles
Ownership/Parent Company: Muse Lifestyle Group
Square Footage: 10,500
Capacity/Seats: 650
Open Date: July 2, 2009

The Manufactured Superstars, formally known as Brad Roulier and Shawn Sabo, are the commanders behind Playhouse Nightclub’s 2011 ongoing party of the year – Space Odyssey. Readily outfitted in their signature NASA spacesuits, the DJing duo take this unique bi-monthly party to new musical horizons; creating an out of this world experience.

To prepare for each Space Odyssey Launch, Playhouse undergoes a significant transformation by bringing the celestial skies to the main room. Planets hanging amidst LED lit star walls, recreate the elements of outer space. Partiers are able to enjoy the ambiant cosmos, while dancing the night away to world-class electronic music played on the line-arrayed Funktion One sound system. Performers dressed as alluring space cadets bring the room to life by performing gravity-defying acts. Occasionally the Manufactured Superstars will steer the night in a darker direction musically, resulting in a visit from Darth Vader and an accompanying Storm Trooper. This stellar party has been frequented by many nerd-glasses-wearing superstars and starlets of which include: Paris Hilton, and of the Black Eyed Peas.

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Since the initial launch of Space Odyssey in January, the Manufactured Superstars have journeyed throughout 2011 making Playhouse their “home away from home," stated Shawn Sabo. They have even used the night and venue as a source of inspiration to film two music videos for their newest tracks “Take Me Over” and “Drunk Text.” Brad and Shawn’s mission to bring a unique party to Hollywood is nearing its completion. The final Space Odyssey Launch is set for take off on 11.11.11. Manufactured Superstars’ Space Odyssey Launch video at Playhouse can be viewed here:

Manufactured Superstars ft. Scarlett Quinn – Take Me Over, video can be viewed here:

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