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Arts and Entertainment

Get Out: 12:12 Song Finishes, 'Road' Double Feature & Tim Burton Retrospective Opens

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12:12 Song @Actual Size Los Angeles (Chinatown)
If you're up and raring to go, and happen to be headed Chinatown way, pop in Actual Size Los Angeles to see the conclusion of a 12-hour-long "improvisatory sound work" that got underway at midnight. Over 40 artists and musicians will be taking part, and the public (some who might still be slumbering) were invited to take par.

Double bill of Hope-Crosby "Road" Movies @ The New Beverly
Today, May 29th, would have been Bob Hope's 108th birthday. To celebrate, The New Beverly is showing Road to Morocco (1942) at 3:55 & 7:30 pm & Road to Utopia (1946) at 5:40 & 9:15 pm. Tickets.

Tim Burton Retrospective @ LACMA Opens
The highly-anticipated exhibit is open to the public today. As we previewed: "Perhaps best known for his dark, creative vision in the films The Nightmare Before Christmas and Edward Scissorhands, the Burbank native’s exhibit features over 700 drawings, paintings, photographs, moving-image works, storyboards, puppets, costumes, movie props, and more." Opens at 11 a.m. today; runs through Oct. 31.