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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.