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Friday, July 29

"Violent Cop"

Egyptian Theatre

6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

7:30pm

1989, Film Movement, 103 min. Action/Crime. Originally a TV comedian, Takeshi Beat Kitano defied expectations to make his directorial debut with this tough-as-nails crime drama. He stars as Azuma, a police detective notorious for roughing up suspects, whose ruthless tactics become indistinguishable from those of the gangster he pursues after his sister is kidnapped by yakuza. VIOLENT COP showcases the spare shooting style, nihilistic worldview and deadpan humor that have made Kitano one of Japans most revered contemporary filmmakers. In Japanese with English subtitles.

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The Sketchbook Project

LACMA

5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036

7:30pm

The Sketchbook Project Mobile Library is back! The custom-built truck opens its collection of thousands of artist sketchbooks to LACMA visitors on Friday, July 29, Saturday, July 30, and Sunday, July 31. The pit stop is part of the project's multicity tour across North America.

 

Sketchbook Project librarians help you check out books created by artists from around the world. Each book is catalogued and searchable by theme, medium, geographic location, and unique tags the artists have created for their books.

Imagine a food truck stocked not with tacos, but with artist sketchbooks filled with mixed-media drawings, creative musings, and personal histories!

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MARILYN!

Alex Theatre

216 N.Brand Blvd., Glendale, CA 91203

7:30pm

Join us as we chronicle the life of Norma Jeane on her epic path to becoming the unforgettable Marilyn Monroe. This one-night-only special event features celebrity Q&A guests, an exclusive exhibit of Marilyns clothing and possessions, and is crowned with an original biographical musical, featuring the very best talent that Los Angeles, Broadway, and Las Vegas have to offer! Marilyn! The 90th Birthday Celebration Tribute to Hollywoods greatest icon, Marilyn Monroe. Live at the historic 1400-Seat Alex Theatre in Glendale. Brought to you by Prospect House Entertainment, in association with GA Productions. Book, Lyrics, and Directed by Tegan Summer Music and Additional Lyrics by Gregory Nabours Choreographed by Ferly Prado ADA ACCESSIBLE SEATING INFORMATION All seating areas in the Alex Theatre other than the ADA Accessible seating area [Orchestra Row X] require a minimum of 8 stairs to access, and there is NO ELEVATOR. If you require ADA accessible seating, tell Ticket Agent at beginning of transaction; if purchasing online, select seat(s) from the ADA Accessible section. All ADA Accessible seating is Reserved Seating with specific Row and Seat Number designations on the tickets.

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A Chorus Line

Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood, CA 90068

8:00pm

The groundbreaking show about life as a dancer auditioning for a Broadway musical, with its unforgettable score and riveting real-life story, is our annual, fully staged production. From I Hope I Get It to The Music and the Mirror and One, united by the iconic choreography of visionary Michael Bennett, A Chorus Lines music and message remain fresh and true, capturing the excitement and drama that all performers face, having chosen a life on the stage in one thrilling sensation of a musical! JUL 29-31

 

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Blueprint for Paradise

The Hudson Guild Theatre

6539 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, 90038

8:00pm

Pacific Palisades compound built by Nazi sympathizers during WWII inspires world premiere play ‘Blueprint for Paradise’. Set in 1941 during the weeks leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor, and inspired by true events, playwright Laurel Wetzork imagines the relationship between African-American architect Paul Revere Williams (designer of landmark L.A. buildings including Saks Fifth Ave. and the Los Angeles County Courthouse, as well as private residences for Bert Lahr, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, and Frank Sinatra) and a wealthy American couple who employed him to design a compound and training ground for Nazi sympathizers in the Pacific Palisades. July 28 – Sept. 4;

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