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Get Out (But Then Get In!): Theatre in SaMo, Art Show, Girls Drawin' Girls, Screening of 'The Chase'
You'll still see the smoke from Long Beach! Photo by OceanView90803 via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr
The Black Box Theater presents The Conversation tonight at 5 pm. Diana, a teenage runaway discovers she may have stumbled into a web of deceit and fraud at her safehouse -- a residence for women run by nuns. The play is based on a life-altering fragment of conversation overheard by author Alpha Blair as a teen runaway in NYC. Tickets are $15.
The Dynamic Landscape: Closing Night
It's the last night of a solo art show by a Canadian expat living down here in Los Angeles. It's at the Armory Center for the Arts, in Pasadena. Michael Markowsky created many of these works while he served as artist-in-resident at One Colorado, also in Pasadena. Last November and December, he set up his easel outside in the courtyard and made a painting everyday, answering questions and interacting with passersby.
Girls Drawin' Girls: "Girls of Summer" Closing Reception
It's the end of the 2010 Pinup Calendar preview show at Meltdown Gallery called "Girls of Summer." They close down the show tonight with a 6-9 p.m. reception where you can celebrate the end of summer with live figure drawing courtesy of The Gallery Girls, raffle, DJ, and mouth-watering BBQ, and refreshments compliments of Asahi Beer and Tibetan Tea. It's happening at Meltdown Comics on Sunset. [invite]
Screening: The Chase
The Art Directors Guild (ADG) Film Society and American Cinematheque (AC) honor Production Designer Richard Day (1896-1972) with a screening of The Chase (1966) tonight at 5:30 pm at the Aero Theatre (1328 Montana Ave, Santa Monica), as part of this year’s screening series focusing on specific genres of narrative storytelling. Production Designers Albert Brenner (Beaches, 2010), William J. Creber (The Greatest Story Ever Told, The Towering Inferno) and Corey Kaplan (The X-Files, Cold Case) will participate in a panel discussion and brief presentation after the film. General admission: $10. American Cinematheque members: $7. Students/Seniors with valid ID: $8.