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Members of the Towne Street Theatre are on stage tonight in a double bill. First is The 10 Minute Play Festival, which features plays ranging from comedy to satire to drama brought to you by 23 actors and 9 director. Second is PassingSOLO, a one-woman show based on their play version of Nella Larsen's 1927 novella Passing. There will be a talkback after every show.

8-10p.m. // Stella Adler Theatre // 6773 Hollywood Boulevard, 2nd Floor // (213) 624-4796 // Both shows: $20; $15 Union; $12 Seniors; $10 students

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A 4-course meal is paired with disco era-inspired mayhem and intrigue in Deadly Disco Cruise, a dinner-theatre extravaganza that doesn't actually hit the waters, but may inspire a hefty thirst. You'll have to buck up extra for the booze, but feel free to bring your own white man's overbite.

7-9:30 p.m. // Marina del Rey Hotel // 13534 Bali Way , Marina del Rey, 90292 // (310) 399-1507 // $75 per person (includes 4-course dinner, show, tax & tip. Alcoholic beverages are extra)

Tonight is the opening of local indie band Cold War Kids' bassist Matt Maust's photography show Your Alimony Won't Buy a Bigger Room at the Found Gallery. He's aided by Matthew Wignall, and this evening's reception will feature a live performance by Sparrow Love Crew.

Opening Reception: 6-9 p.m. // Found Gallery // 1903 Hyperion Ave. Los Angeles, 90027 // Free