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Pencil This In: Psych Meets Twin Peaks at the Paley Center, Griffith in California Screening and Queer Mondays at Highways
Dule Hill and James Roday of 'Psych' are at the Paley Center tonight. | Photo: Alan Zenuk/USA Network
The USA show Psych celebrates Twin Peaks’ 20th anniversary with a special episode. Watch it before it airs tonight at the Paley Center at 7 pm. Psych! A Twin Peaks Gathering features members from both casts in person including James Roday and Dule Hill from Psych and Twin Peaks original cast members including Sheryl Lee (Laura Palmer), Dana Ashbrook (Bobby Briggs) and Catherine Coulson (Log Lady), among others. Tickets: $15/$10 for Paley Center members.
The Academy of Motion Pictures presents a screening of early films of D.W. Griffith in Griffith in California, hosted by film historian Scott Simmon. The six films will be screened on a 1909 hand-cranked Power’s Model 6 Cameragraph motion picture machine and features live musical accompaniment by Michael Mortilla. Advanced tickets are sold out, but a standby line will form at 5:30 pm. The program begins at 7:30 pm at the Linwood Dunn Theater in Hollywood.
The Westside edition of The Moth's storytelling night takes place tonight at Air Conditioned Supper Club in Venice. The Moth provides a stage and a microphone, and people are selected to tell--not read--their five-minute stories. These are true stories ripped from the pages of your lives. Tonight’s theme is Disaster. Might you have one from this past Thanksgiving? The Moth wants to know. Doors/sign up open at 7 pm and the stories start at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $8.
It’s the last Queer Mondays of the year at Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica tonight at 7:30 pm. It’s an evening of un-curated experimental LGBTQ performances by Jean Spinosa & Andrew Ableson, Paul Outlaw & David Crittendon, Catherine Burriss, Jim Kelly, Hunter Lee Hughes, Luke Johnson, Das Engri, Dino Dinco, Kean O'Brien, Hank Henderson, Kate Gilbert and Greg Barnett. Tickets: $5.
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