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What’s Happening in Los Angeles
Thursday, July 27
I AM NOT MARK TWAIN @ The Upright
Citizens Brigade Theatre
With such television credits as former writer of
“Saturday Night Live” writer and co-executive producer of
“Mad TV,” Steven Cragg is still not seminal novelist Mark
Twain. Twain however, could’nt boast the fact that he had an HBO
Aspen Comedy Festival winning one-man show (which Cragg does). Wearing
the quiessential Twain-like mustache and wig, Cragg will tell a story
of a married man’s cross country trip to engage in
“friendly pleasantries” with an ex-girlfriend. Hilarity
will most likely ensue. Reserve tickets via the UCB theatre website at www.ucbtheatre.com/la.
The Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre is
located at 5919 Franklin Ave in Los Angeles.
Friday, July 28
Battlestar Galactica @ Museum
of Television and Radio
Want to reminisce about that cybernetic race known
simply as the Cylons? First produced in 1978, “Battlestar
Galactica” was a series of television shows and feature films
that told the story of a civilization of humans who lived on planets
known as the Twelve Colonies. The Museum of Television and Radio gives
praise to the series that has lasted nearly 30 years by showing select
episodes from the 1970s series and the current re-imagining of the
show, which runs on the Sci-Fi Network. The Museum of Television and
Radio is located at 465 N. Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills. For more
info, visit http:
Saturday, July 29
CURTAINS @ Ahmanson Theatre
Fans eagerly anticipating John Kander and Fred
Ebb’s (Cabaret, Chicago) new Broadway murder mystery musical
“Curtains” will not have to wait any longer. The play,
described as a musical within a musical is set during a pre-Broadway
tryout in 1959 Boston in which the leading lady dropping dead during
the curtain call. A plethora of dead bodies begin to pile up once a
homicide detective and—strangely enough—, musical theater
fan Frank Cioffi head up the case. The Ahmanson Theatre is located at
601 W Temple St in Los Angeles. For ticket info, visit http:
Saturday, July 30
Vengeance/Oldboy @ New Beverly Cinema
Cinephiles who happened to miss it in theaters or
forgot to rent the region-3 DVDS, can catch two thirds of renowned
South Korean director Park Chan Wook’s “vengeance
trilogy,” Lady Vengeance and Oldboy at the New Beverly Cinema. Known for
his visceral style of filmmaking (blood will be shed in both films),
Park is slowly become a fixture on U.S. cinema soil. Enjoy Oldboy while
you can, until the eventual U.S. remake hits theaters. New Beverly
Cinema is located at 7165 West Beverly Blvd. in Los Angeles. For
more info, visit http:
Sunday, July 31
Pavilion of Wings @ Natural History
Museum of L.A.
Now in its eighth summer, the Robinson’s-May
Pavilion of Wings will once again showcase over 30 different types of
butterfly and moth species at the Natural History Museum’s
Southern Lawn. While seeing a giant swallowtail, monarch, American
painted lady and the California dogface, (the state butterfly),
attendees will also learn things such as how butterflies interact with
plants. Ticket prices: $3 for adults, $2 for seniors, $1 for children
5-12. The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is located at
900 Exposition Blvd. in Los Angeles. For more info, visit http://www.nhm.org/exhibitions/butterflies/index.html.
Monday, Aug. 1
Reborn @ The Skirball Cultural Center
Those who have just been accustomed to seeing the
Los Angeles River by driving down the 5 freeway will see a different
side of it, via a photography/video exhibition entitled L.A. River
Reborn. In association with the Skirball’s California Series, a
collection of 26 works from such internationally known contemporary
artists as Lane Barden, John Humble, and Gary Schwartz will highlight
several aspects of the L.A. River, we Angelinos never really noticed.
The Skirball Cultural Center is located at 2701 North Sepulveda Blvd.
in Los Angeles. For more info visit, http:
Tuesday, Aug 2
It’s Alive! @ The
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Even though, computer generated imagery (CGI) has
become the leader in creating images of the fantastic on the big
screen, animatronics are still very much in use today (The Chronicles of Narnia and Spider-Man 2). The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences looks
back at this beloved Hollywood staple (first used in the ‘70s) by
displaying models, animatronic creatures and mechanisms. Such films
represented in the exhibition include The Dark Crystal, Predator, An
American Werewolf in London, and Star Wars. The Academy of Motion
Picture Arts and Sciences is located at 8949 Wilshire Blvd. in Beverly
Hills. For more info, visit http://www.oscars.org/events/animatronics/index.html
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COLUMBIA COLLEGE HOLLYWOOD is one of L.A.'s top filmmaking schools. Located in the
former Panavision Building in Tarzana, CCH offers courses in editing,
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Hollywood is having an open house this Saturday, July 22nd from 11 a.m.
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