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Dublab's taking over the Silent Movie Theatre to bring us a night of sights and sounds. / Photo by maxw via LAist's flickr pool.

THEATRE
The Actors’ Gang presents 1984, the George Orwell novel we all had to read in high school. It “tells of a world where people fear that their opinions cannot be expressed freely, where citizens are monitored at the government's discretion, where leaders are not held accountable for their deceptions, and where perpetual war is waged against an unseen enemy.” This production was directed by Tim Robbins and previews tonight (meaning tickets are a little cheaper).

8:30 pm // REDCAT // 631 W. 2nd St., Los Angeles // $12-$24.

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FILM*
Dublab’s getting all boundary crossing on us by tempting our eyes as well as our ears tonight. “A Labrat Matinee V: Daylight” promises a night full of music videos and short films. Plus there’s a performance by TRS-80 and Dublab DJs from 11 pm to midnight. Bonus: free cocktails during intermission.

8 pm // Silent Movie Theatre // 611 N. Fairfax, Los Angeles / $10.