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Pencil This In: California Punk Art Show at Subliminal Projects, Circle X's 10 Minute Play Fest, 'Black Swan' Inspires More Art and a Little Vaudeville

Jello Biafra of the Dead Kennedy's with his homemade anti-Reagan t-shirt, circa 1980, backstage toilet at The Whiskey-A-Go-Go | Photo © glen E. friedman
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The exhibit Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die opens at Subliminal Projects with a reception tonight from 7-11pm. There’s a performance tonight at 9 pm by OFF! and the Nichemakers. Presale tickets ($5) are sold out for the performance, but the art show is up through March 26. Featuring work by Edward Colver, Shepard Fairey, Glen E. Friedman, Jenny Lens, Dave Markey, Raymond Pettibon, Jordan Schwartz and Winston Smith, the show presents a selection of photography, art and ephemera from the California Punk & Hardcore scene. THEATER
Circle X Theatre Co. opens its first Ten-Minute Play Festival this weekend with nine short works around the theme of Sex / Love or Love / Sex. Written by the company’s playwrights, currently working in film and television, this is the first public presentation of work generated from within the group. Writers include Lee Blessing, James Duff, Fielding Edlow, Leo Geter, Jim Leonard, Melanie Marnich, Timothy Mason, Mike O’Malley, Meredith Stiehm. Previews tonight at 8 pm. Runs through March 26 on Fridays and Saturdays. Tickets: $10.