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THEATRE*
Little tiny ninjas take to the stage to perform Shakespeare’s Macbeth tonight and tomorrow. These “actors” are the plastic kind found in vending machines by artistic director Dov Weinstein. The action will be presented from a briefcase-sized stage and projected to monitors, so don’t fret about missing the action.

8 pm // Fake Gallery // 4913 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles // $10.

TALK
There’s a panel discussion tonight on the future content of the Internet (and how TV will probably never be the same again). Panelists include Amanda Congdon, Strike.tv, Michael Pilla, among many, many others. There will also be a screening of Tiger Team from TruTV. ***Please note there are only a few spots left, so to confirm your place, check out their Facebook page.

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7:30 pm // Blankspaces // 5405 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles // Free, but RSVP confirmation needed.

TALK
Salman Rushdie, author of The Satanic Verses and ex-husband to Top Chef's Padma Lakshmi, makes an appearance at Town Hall-LA tonight. He'll be in conversation with Carrie Fisher to discuss his latest work Enchantress of Florence.

7:30 pm // Writer's Guild Theatre // 135 S. Doheny Drive, Beverly Hills //$20.

FILM
Kebab Connection, directed by Anno Saul, is a "wacky Turkish-German Kung Fu comedy tale of two fast food stands (one Turkish, the other Greek), a frustrated filmmaker, the coolest commercial of all time, intercultural love, forbidden romance and centuries-old Aegean rivalry. And we mustn't forget the local mafia, either!" (They had us as Turkish-German Kung Fu comedy.)

7 // Goethe-Institut Los Angeles // 5750 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles // $5.

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COMEDY
Sarah Silverman fans, tonight's your chance to see your girl live onstage AND check out Largo at the Coronet's 260-seat theatre. She'll be bringing along some friends: Steve Agee, Tig Notaro and musical act Don't Stop Or We'll Die.

9 // Largo at the Coronet // 366 N. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles // $25.

*Pencil pick of the day

Photo by jhritz via flickr.