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Pencil This In: John Hughes-Inspired Art, Zombie Drama and LA Women Photography Exhibit

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Max Dalton was inspired by Ferris Bueller's Day Off | Image courtesy of Gallery 1988
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THEATER
Two couples must deal with the rapidly approaching zombie apocalypse in The Revenants, a play written by Scott T. Barsotti and directed by Dan Spurgeon. The drama unfolds when two couples are forced into hiding but not before one partner in each pair has been bitten by zombies. The remaining spouses are left to watch their loved ones transform into monsters before their own eyes. The play brings up questions about commitment, love and betrayal. On Fridays and Saturdays at the Whitmore-Lindley Theatre Center in North Hollywood through March 19. Tickets: $20 in advance/$25 at the door.JOHN HUGHES TRIBUTE*
Gallery 1988: Venice opens the new exhibit The Road to Shermer: A Tribute to John Hughes tonight. The show features 50 artists who have created work that honors Hughes and his classic films from the 1980s, including Sixteen Candles, Home Alone, The Breakfast Club, Pretty In Pink, Weird Science, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Planes Trains and Automobiles, and others. Reception tonight from 7-10 pm with many of the participating artists. Show runs through March 4.