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Sunday, May 31

Burlesque Brunch LA

Sadies Kitchen & Lounge

1638 N Las Palmas Ave,, Los Angeles, 90028

1:00pm to 3:00pm

Burlesque, Brunch and Weekend Cocktails: The perfect Ménage à Trois Sausages, Shimmies and Sparkling Cocktails await you at the Burlesque Brunch. Enjoy an endless gourmet buffet filled with your favorite weekend treats along with a full bar while a bevy of burlesque beauties awe you with the art of tease. Guests arrive at 1:00pm and are welcomed with a complementary mimosa and the DH Jazz Trio playing an array of music to get them in the mood for an exciting afternoon. Brunch is served and the libations pour freely. Our performers begin to take the stage. Beautiful women with exquisite costumes perform throughout the venue, teasing each guest by stripping down slowly. Sit back and enjoy your Sunday afternoon in style!

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Art Directors Guild Presents “An American in Paris” Film Screening & Panel

Egyptian Theatre

6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

5:30pm to 8:00pm

The Art Directors Guild (ADG) Film Society and American Cinematheque will present a screening of the Academy Award®-winning classic musical AN AMERICAN IN PARIS (1951) starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron and showcasing Oscar®-winning concept crtist/costume designer Irene Sharaff, Art Director E. Preston Ames and MGM’s Supervising Art Director, Cedric Gibbons on Sunday, May 31 at 5:30 PM at the Egyptian Theatre. Director Vincente Minnelli’s most popular musical, AN AMERICAN IN PARIS is regarded by MGM veterans as one of the studio’s finest examples of excellence in choreography, art direction, costume design and scenic painting. A panel discussion, moderated by production designer Thomas A. Walsh (Babylon 5), will follow the film. Joining him for the post-show discussion and Q&A will be Scenic Artist John Moffitt, cinematographer and film historian Michael Lonzo, costume designer Mikael Sharafyan and Patricia Ward Kelly

The 2015 “Confessions of a Production Designer” Screening Series schedule also includes THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD (June 28 at Aero Theatre) and CONFESSIONS OF A DANGEROUS MIND (July 26 at Egyptian Theatre). The series is sponsored by The Hollywood Reporter. 

General admission: $11. American Cinematheque members: $7. Students/Seniors with valid ID: $9. 24-hour ticket information is available at 323-466-FILM (3456).

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