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Pencil This In: School Night at Bardot, Free For Once in My Life Screening at Actors' Gang and Sal Mineo Bio Party
Book signing tonight at Antebellum
Antebellum Gallery in Hollywood hosts a book signing tonight to celebrate Rebel Without a Cause actor Sal Mineo’s 72nd birthday. Author Michael Gregg Michaud presents and signs his new book: Sal Mineo: A Biography,followed by followed by a rare screening of one of Mineo’s other films Who Killed Teddy Bear? (1965). 5pm-9pm.FILM
Tonight as part of its Axis Mundi series, The Actors' Gang presents a free film screening of For Once In My Life by Jim Bigham and Mark Moormann. The film challenges our notions of what it means to be "disabled" by focusing on the Spirit of Goodwill Band, which is made up of 28 musicians who all have severe mental and physical disabilities. There’s a post-show performance by the the kids of Widney High. 8 pm (doors at 7).
It’s a School Night tonight and that means an evening of live music and DJs at Bardot in Hollywood. With doors at 9 pm, the White Sea takes the stage at 10:30 pm, The Civil Wars at 11:30 pm and TNT at Midnight.Free with RSVP.
There’s a free play reading of Hollywood Perfume at the Eclectic Company Theatre in Valley Village tonight at 8 pm. Written and directed by Dean Farell, the play is a dark comedy about greed, media, power trips and skeletons. A marketing exec plots to destroy a movie’s box office performance to further her own agenda.
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