Greystone Estate, 905 Loma Vista Drive, Beverly Hills
"Beverly Hills Confidential A Century of Stars, Scandals and Murders" presented by Barbara Schroeder and Clark Fogg. Held in the Living Room of the Greystone Mansion, and sponsored by the Friends of Greystone. A light catered tea will be served. Tickets per Talk: $50 (FOG members) | $60 (non-members)
Petersen Automotive Museum, 6060 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles
Vehicles powered by very limited energy resources like human power, solar power, and batteries force a focus on energy efficiency. Alec Brooks, the Efficient Energy Systems CTO for the technology solutions provider AeroVironment, has spent his career pursing these goals in many areas of personal transportation including solar aircraft, human-powered land and water vehicles, the record-breaking GM Sunraycer solar race car, and the GM Impact concept car that paved the way for GM's production electric car, the EV1. Join Dr. Brooks at the Petersen Automotive Museum for a presentation on the developmental partnership between AeroVironment and GM that began with the Sunraycer and culminated in the EV1 (on display).
Annenberg Community Beach House - 415 Pacific Coast Hwy, Santa Monica
Bring your phone or pocket camera and come prepared to leave the Beach House seeing the world in a new and surprising way. We'll also briefly talk about the pleasures of analog photography, since Polaroids are making a stealth comeback on the art scene, and despite rumors to the contrary, traditional film is very much alive and well too. Charles Hood has taken pictures from the Arctic Circle to the South Pole, and from Senegal to the Santa Monica Pier. All ages and skill levels welcome.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles Free Admission
Join the Los Angeles County Museum of Art every Sunday for an amazing array of musial performances. From Young Musicians Foundation Debut Orchestra to Classical Pianists. It is the way to spend an evening.
Fowler Museum At UCLA, 405 Hilgard Ave, Westwood FREE
Celebrate Tu B'Shevat, the Jewish holiday that honors trees, and learn about Tikkun Olam-- a Hebrew phrase that reminds us of our responsibility to work together to heal the world. Feast on fruit, make leaf rubbings, learn about trees, and plant a sapling with the Tree People. Inspired by Light and Shadows: The Story of Iranian Jews.
Oh yeah, we said "soaked" AND "glazed." Along with the load of zest in this cake, that makes triple the lemon! We might as well just call this what it is: Lemon Cake of the Gods. You won't be able to put your fork down...dare ya.
Odyssey Theatre, 2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles
Welcome to middle age... proceed with caution! Diane Cary, Jane Kaczmarek and Sharon Sharth star as three successful women who challenge themselves to find love and personal fulfillment in the middle years of life. Steven Robman directs the ensemble cast, which also includes Gregory Harrison, James Lancaster and Joel Polis, in the world premiere of The Snake Can by Kathryn Graf (Hermetically Sealed).
Love, sex, death and the existence of God. It's all up for discussion in Freud's Last Session, starring Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe award-winner Judd Hirsch (Taxi, Ordinary People, Independence Day, Conversations with My Father) and Tom Cavanagh (Ed, Providence).
Odyssey Theatre, 2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles
Darkness! Audience in the dark! Actors in the dark! No light! What can happen during an evening theatre experience in complete darkness with audience intimately confronted by actors, constantly changing spatial and sound perspectives, utilizing voice, music and sound... all in the dark and anticipating the ever present potential of the unexpected?
The Fountain Theatre, 5060 Fountain Ave, Los Angeles
Oya can run faster than anyone--but not fast enough to escape her destiny. Shirley Jo Finney directs the long-awaited Los Angeles premiere of In the Red and Brown Water. Lyrically weaving together elements of urban contemporary realism with West African mysticism, Tarell Alvin McCraney's lusciously theatrical and boldly original new play runs at The Fountain Theatre through December 16.
James Bridges Theater, UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, 235 Charles E. Young Drive, Westwood
The original Broadway cast, including Chris Rock; Tony� nominees Bobby Cannavale, Elizabeth Rodriguez and Yul V�zquez; and Annabella Sciorra, reunites when L.A. Theatre Works presents Stephen Adly Guirgis' high-octane, Tony-nominated, verbal cage match about love, fidelity and misplaced haberdashery. Jackie and Veronica have been in love since the eighth grade. Nothing can come between them--except a hat. All performances will be recorded, without sets or costumes, to air on L.A. Theatre Works' syndicated radio theater series, which broadcasts weekly on public radio stations nationwide.
An unlikely series of events has led two of the world's most gifted sleight-of-hand artists, Derek DelGaudio (2011 Close-Up Magician of the Year) and Helder Guimar�es (2011 Parlour Magician of the Year), to share a stage. Fresh from sold-out performances at the Magic Castle, DelGaudio and Guimar�es have joined forces with director Neil Patrick Harris to present Nothing to Hide, a unique and unprecedented theatrical event. Abandoning the antiquated notions of a traditional magic show, Nothing to Hide takes the audience on an imaginary journey through a series of diverse and engaging vignettes brought to life solely from the words and hands of the two masterful magicians.
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