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St. Sophia's on Normandie hosts the LA Greek Fest this weekend. The church's interior is just stunning. / Photo by pink_fish13 via LAist's flickr pool.

THEATRE: Made Me Nuclear is a “pop music operetta” by Charlie Lustman. The tagline “They radiated him, but they couldn't silence him” refers to his battle with cancer. The show opens tonight at 8 pm at the Santa Monica Playhouse. Tickets are $25.

FILM: The Aero Theatre continues its sci-fi and commentary kick with Time After Time (1979) tonight at 7:30. Malcolm McDowell stars as time travelling H.G. Wells on the hunt for Jack the Ripper. Director Nicholas Meyer will comment on the making of the film while it is screening.

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DRIVE-IN FILM: As we mentioned last week, the Steve Allen Theatre has teamed up with Hollywood MobMov to screen drive-in scary movies every Friday until Halloween. The screenings begin at 9 p.m. in the parking lot and in the theatre in case of overflow cars/crowds. Tonight’s movie is Demon Seed. “A self-obsessed scientist (is there any other kind?) creates a machine with a destructive libido.” The lot opens at 8:30 pm.