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Last Minute Friday Night Plans: The Farm & Naked Rhythm

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The Farm
If you are done with traditional theatre with stage/actor, seats/audience, tonight is a good night to break that mold. The Farm is an ongoing series of evenings of new, short plays written and directed by local writers and performed in unusual, site-specific settings. This installment includes pieces specifically written for the loft spaces at Bedlam on 6th Street by some of Los Angeles' edgiest writers; an original dance piece created especially for the space by Collective Static; and a live soundtrack by the ground-breaking musical duo Brain Garden.

TONIGHT: 9 p.m. at The loft spaces at Bedlam, 1275 East 6th Street (east of Alameda) Los Angeles, CA 90021. Street parking available and a $5 donation is recommended.

Naked Rhythm
If you like lots of drums and if you like lots of world music, the place to be tonight is The Derby. Naked Rhythm has played private concerts for celebrities like Sting (who endorsed their latest album, Frequency), Robert Downey Jr., The Black Eyed Peas and now it's time to play for LA.

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TONIGHT: 11:00 p.m. The Derby, 4500 Los Feliz Blvd. (corner of Hillhurst) Los Angeles, CA 90027. 21+/$10