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Pencil This In: Found Footage Fest, Avenue Q Opens, Open Projector Night and Happy Hour in Pasadena

Avenue Q opens tonight with Lucy The Slut and Jacqueline Grabois (Photo: John Daughtry 2009)
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Catch industrial films and found films tonight at the Found Footage Festival at Largo. Festival curators and hosts Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett promise a screening filled with gems found at garage sales, thrift stores, warehouses and dumpsters. How can you resist? 8 pm doors. Tickets: $20.

Puppets and people take over the Pantages this week when the 2004 Tony Award winner for Best Musical, Avenue Q comes to LA for eight performances only. It’s a hysterical musical about trying to make it in the Big Apple. Though it’s a puppet show, it’s not recommended for kids under 13. Runs through March 6.