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Get Out: Age Of Aquarius, Pancakes & Booze, 99 Cents Only

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Photo by D'Arcy Norman via Flickr

Photo by D'Arcy Norman via Flickr
Theater On The Cheap: Ken Roht's 99¢ Only Show "Paper or Plastic" is back for an encore run at the Bootleg Theatre. The annual show has become something of a surrealist legend packaged with shameless sparkles and heavy on choreographed camp. LAist interviewed the show's mastermind Ken Roht a while back for some insight on his creative process. Don't miss this redux. Bootleg Theater, 2220 Beverly Blvd., Los Angles, CA 90057, 8:00 p.m., $25, Tickets here.

Age Of Aquarius: Ask the zodiac and it'll tell you there are still a few day until Aquarius arrives, however the Pantages Theatre can't be bothered with such celestial matters. The Public Theater’s new Tony-winning production of HAIR has arrived in all its flower power glory to Hollywood. Like Broadway musicals? Like nakedness? Like the 60s? This is the show for you. Pantages Theatre, 6233 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028, Tickets $25 - $90, 2:00 & 8:00 p.m.

Pancakes & Booze: This sounds like exactly what it is -- over 50 underground L.A. artists, an art auction, live music and an All-U-Can-Eat Pancake Bar at 8pm tonight in Downtown LA. $5. Check out their website for all that jazz.

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