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Get Out: Fred & Ginger, Dodger Stadium Flea Market, Photographing Franklin Canyon, Calabasas Theatre Festival

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Photo by Nuno_Oliveira via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr


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Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Double Feature @New Beverly
Fall in love with the elegant dancing duo of 1930s cinema, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, with a double feature at the New Beverly. They're showing Top Hat (1935) at 3:335 & 7:30, and Swing Time (1936) at 5:25 & 9:30.

Dodger Stadium Flea Market
Today is the launch of the L.A. Flea Market at Dodger Stadium. General admission runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and for $5 you've got free parking and access to all the areas of items up for sale, including Vintage, Antiques and Collectibles, New Merchandise, and Food. Special today: Radio Personality Rick Dees is signed on to host a Hollywood Yard Sale/Celebrity Auction that will focus on celebrity items to be auctioned or sold in a separate area to benefit the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center.

Capture A Nature Moment @Franklin Canyon
Get outside and get to know photography in nature. "Franklin Canyon is truly a photographer's paradise." Volunteer Naturalist Joanne, an experienced photographer, will teach you the tricks of nature photography while you enjoy the beauty that is Franklin Canyon. Free. 3 p.m. Meet at the Sooky Goldman Nature Center, 2 hours.

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American Premiere of Stones @California International Theatre Festival, Calabasas
The City of Calabasas' California International Theatre Festival began yesterday, and today includes an evening performance of Stones by Orto-Da Theatre Group of Israel in its American premiere. The play was created and directed by Yinon Tzafrir, Daniel Zafrani and Avi Gibson Bar-El. In the play, six mime artists create a musical, surrealistic, fantastic, comic living statue which deals with the myth of victory and the human spirit whilst time travelling through the last decades of Israel and Europe. The Orto-Da Theatre Group specializes in plays with a social orientation, inspired by the complex context of the Middle East but with universal implications and using a variety of theatre styles of pantomime, Commedia dell’Arte, clowning, dance, circus and Pop-Art. Tonight at 5:00 p.m., The Carlson Family Theatre at Viewpoint School, 23620 Mulholland Highway, Calabasas. Tickets are $30-45 and are available online or by phone (800-351-2766).