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Pencil This In: Getting 'Forked' on Stage, Werner Herzog Speaks

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Forking -- or its formal title Fork Off Down Your Own Forking Adventure Which You've Forked: FORKING! -- is a full-length play by SF native Daniel Heath that mixes theatre and reality TV. The audience votes on the ending like a “choose your own adventure” on stage: “This time around, the audience again actively participates by voting. Six 20-to-30-somethings who live together in Los Angeles are thrust into or out of the sack with other characters, depending on how the audience votes.” The plot focuses on wedding photographer Chastity with a bad knee and no health coverage and Joshua, a Canadian about to be deported. After a drinking binge they think that marriage might be the best course of action? Will the audience get them to the altar on time? The curtain rises at 8 pm at the Theatre Asylum and runs until March 14. Tickets are $20 at the door or $15 online.

Culver City’s Royal/T hosts the opening night of “I Can’t Feel My Face,” a new exhibition of works from Susan Hancock’s collection. The exhibit is guest curated by New York-based artist KAWS and features DJ JUS SKE. The party kicks off at 8 pm, and you must be 21+ to attend. RSVP required at, keyword "KAWS."