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Pencil This In: '80s Angst, Film Surprises and Flamenco

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'80s ANGST!
Buzzworks Theater Company presents “Angst! A Radical Night of 80s Oddities” tonight at 8 pm at the Renberg Theatre at The Village at Ed Gould Plaza. The company will reinvent favorite 80s classics for the stage. The local indie-pop band, Populuxe, will be covering the biggest hits of the decade with celebrity guest singers. Audience members will be invited to mix and mingle with the stars at a post-show cocktail reception. Tickets are $25 and will help benefit the company.

Cinefamily at the Silent Movie theatre has an evening of film and other surprises
tonight at 8 pm. The program’s curated by Eric Wareheim (of "Tim & Eric") and Doug Lussenhop (DJ Douggpound) who have lined up music videos, short films, video experiments and TV sneak peeks. One of the items on the bill is the premiere of Eric's new music video for Major Lazer/Diplo for "Pon De Floor." And if that’s not enough to entice you, then there will be free beer and hot dogs afterwards. Tickets are $12.

Mark Isham and Kate Ceberano perform jazz standards from their new album Bittersweet for a cause tonight at the Catalina Bar & Grill. The evening performance will benefit the the T.J. Martell Foundation for Leukemia, Cancer and AIDS Research. The performance begins at 8 pm, and tickets are $25.