Rachel Brosnahan and Alex Borstein in 'The Marvelous Ms. Maisel' season 4.
Famously set in the heart of New York City, the Amazon Prime Video hit series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is switching coasts for the weekend.
Traveling to Los Angeles on June 18 and 19, Angelenos can experience Mrs. Maisel at a unique pop-up exhibit to celebrate the show’s successful fourth season. Despite being on Melrose Avenue, “Making LA Marvelous” will have fans feeling like they’re really in 1960 Manhattan with this completely captivating experience.
First airing in 2017, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel follows the life of Miriam Maisel, former housewife turned stand-up comedian, as she navigates the male-dominated comedy industry and her family life in the mid-20th century. The series explores themes of sexism, gender roles, Jewish community and more. Not to mention, it’s brilliantly hilarious. With 20 Emmy Awards under its belt, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is adored by fans and critics alike.
“Making LA Marvelous” is all in the details. When first walking into the exhibit, you’ll find yourself in the office of Miriam’s sarcastic, no-nonsense manager Susie Myerson. Diligent replicas of Susie’s business cards, desk plaque and typewriter work to bring the pop up to life.
Fans should come ready to eat as they will be able to enjoy Jewish eats from the Lower East Side’s famous Russ & Daughters. With a backdrop tailored to replicate a vintage dining experience, this pop-up feature will be modeled to look like the restaurant’s original design.
Another New York staple will also be recreated in L.A. to give fans an all-encompassing venture into the world of Mrs. Maisel. New York’s Blue Note Jazz Club will feature 1960’s inspired jazz performances and will elevate the exhibit to a fully immersive auditory experience that fans won’t want to miss.
“Making LA Marvelous” gives visitors many opportunities for the perfect Instagram post with sets inspired by season 4 and a special Coney Island photo opp. Mahjong tables and a roving magician also add fun interactive elements to the pop up.
Perhaps what’s most marvelous about this exhibition is that it’s completely free. To RSVP, just click here and come ready to get a glimpse into the lives of Miriam Maisel and her community.