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DOCUMENTARY*: Tonight at 7:30 at the Egyptian, ITVS Documentary Series presents Chicago 10, a film that mixes animation with archival footage and using the voices of Nick Nolte, Roy Scheider, Hank Azaria, Mark Ruffalo and others. Director Brett Morgen explores the 1968 Chicago Conspiracy Trial. This is a free screening, and a panel discussion will follow the film.

MORE FILM: In keeping with the theme of politics and film, we’re giving you a heads up that there’s a program called “Spirit of ’68: Protest Films for the Decade of Revolution” tonight at the Silent Movie Theatre at 8 pm. Curated by Jack Stevenson, the short films “each describe a different aspect of this ‘decade of disillusion,’ from the brooding working-class existentialism of Assembly Line (1961) to the hyper-patriotism of a society in deep conflict with itself in America’s In Real Trouble (1968), the bloody riots of People’s Park (1969) to the social, political and pop culture turmoil captured in the impressionistic Love It/Leave It (1970).

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CLASSICAL: Piano Spheres' 15th season opens tonight at Zipper Hall at the Colburn School. Gloria Cheng offers selections from her newly-released CD of works by Esa-Pekka Salonen, Steven Stucky and Witold Lutoslawski. The program also features a world premiere by Irish composer Gerald Barry, and Charles Ives' "The Alcotts" from his Concord Sonata. The concert begins at 8 pm. Tickets are $25, but $10 for students.

PAJAMA PARTY: Children under two and their parents are invited to put on their jammies and come on over to the Pasadena Conservatory of Music tonight at 6:30 pm for a Musical Pajama Party. Kim Berry, one of the Conservatory’s Young Musicians instructors, will serenade children with music and a bedtime story. “Teddy bears, silent cuddly toys and favorite blankies are all welcome to this FREE event. Reservations are required because our musical pajama parties are very popular. Please call 626-683-3355 for reservations and information.”