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Pencil This In: ITVFest Opens, Molière’s The Miser in Topanga Canyon Tonight

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Reform School, an art, craft and design shop, is holding an an opening reception for Savanna Snow’s new show “Charming Cobras.” It’s an Indian-inspired theme with Indian snacks from Jaredfood and live sitar music. The reception starts at 7 pm. Preview the show here.

The Groundlings newest main stage show, “Groundlings Space Camp” blasts off tonight at 8 pm. Directed by Mikey Day, the troupe promises a wild ride in to the “the comedic cosmos of space” with an evening of sketches and improvisation. The show runs through Oct. 3, running on Friday and Saturday evenings. Tickets are $21.50.

The ITVFest begins its week-long run at the Laemmle’s Sunset 5, showcasing innovative television pilots and webseries. The fest also provides audiences and TV execs with informative panels on new media and TV in between screenings. On the program are independently produced pilots, international shows, webseries and mobisodes. General admission tickets are $10.