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Get Out: Los Lobos Festival, LACMA Curator Walkthrough & 'Hamlet' Performance
By Maddy Keavy
MUSIC: KCRW presents the 2nd Annual Los Lobos Cinco de Mayo Festival, with featured musical performances from Los Lobos with Robert Randolph, Los Super 7 and Willie G of Thee Midnighters. The concert will be held at The Greek Theater in Hollywood starting at 6:30 pm. Tickets start at $25 and more information can be found by visiting the Greek website online.
ART: LACMA offers viewers the opportunity to attend a "Curator Walkthrough: Japanese Prints Hokusai," today at 2 pm. Head and curator of Japanese art, Robert T. Singer will lead a tour of the prints with works from the collections of Katusushika, including his color woodblocks prints and surimono. The walkthrough is free with museum admission, and no reservations are necessary. More information can be found online here.
THEATER: Shakespeare's "Hamlet" is getting a production by The Ark Theatre Company at the Arena Stage, located at 1625 North Las Palmas Avenue in Hollywood. There will be a matinee performance at 2 pm and an evening performance at 7 pm. Tickets are available online or by calling (323) 969-1707. Tickets are $20.
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