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Pencil This In: Amoeba Film Series, World Baseball Classic

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Amoeba sponsors a free screening tonight. / Photo by Lush.i.ous via LAist's flickr pool.


Amoeba sponsors a free screening tonight. / Photo by Lush.i.ous via LAist's flickr pool.
ARTS
The Studio Winter 2009 at REDCAT continues tonight at 8:30 pm. It’s the latest installment of REDCAT's quarterly series of new work and works-in-progress that features dance, theater, multimedia and music performances by Los Angeles area artists. The following six original works will be presented this evening: Choreographer Amy "Catfox" Campion’s “Antics Performance: Gone Wild”; Ori Barel’s soundscapes “In a Tube”; the Blank-the-Dog Productions’s “Carolyn Bryant Project”; Keith Glassman’s “Sonnet (Stroke)”; Elizabeth Hoefner’s “Moth-Asomati”; Katherine Saltzberg’s “Los Angelyne.” Tickets are $8-$15.

FILM
For the entire month, the ArcLight screens the films that their members selected as films you MUST see at ArcLight. All the screenings are 21+ so that you can enjoy a cocktail during the film. Tonight at 8 pm the Hollywood ArcLight screens the Sigourney Weaver classic Alien.

FILM*
Amoeba Music presents a special free screening of the film Passions Just Like Mine. Director Kerri Koch tells the story of Latino music fans in the greater Los Angeles area whose lives have been utterly transformed by the words, music, and lifestyle of British pop star Morrissey.” The screening takes place at 8 pm in the courtyard of Space15Twenty, just up the street from Amoeba.

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BASEBALL
Tonight’s the final game for the World Baseball Classic at Dodger Stadium at 6:30 pm. See some of the world’s best players -- from Japan vs. Korea (U.S. was eliminated last night 9-4 by Japan). But tonight's a great way to get warmed up for opening day.

THEATRE
TheSpyAnts Theatre Company continues an evening of one-act plays tonight upstairs at St. Nick’s Pub. Writers are: Jennifer Etienne Eckert, Florian Klein, Jerry Pappas. The show starts at 8 pm and tickets are $10.

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