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Pencil This In: Multimedia Animation at REDCAT, The Moth's Westside StorySLAM

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Tonight at 8:30 pm, REDCAT hosts the world premiere of filmmaker Christine Panuska’s and spoken word artist Alberto Araiza’s Mosca and the Meaning of Life. The multimedia piece has animated characters leaping off the screen and joining a live performance. The program also includes other films by Panushka, as well as an excerpt of Biting the Pillow, a performance by Araiza. Both artists will be in attendance at tonight’s performance. Tickets: $9, students $7 and CalArts students, faculty and staff $5.

Tonight the Bigfoot Lodge hosts an evening of Scaryoke. The Atwater Village bar will also have $4 kamikaze shots to get your voice in tune. Fun starts at 9 pm.