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Monday, April 20

Tuesday, April 21

Girl Happy


5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036


1965, 96 minutes, color | Directed by Boris Sagal; written by Harvey Bullock and R.S. Allen; with Elvis Presley, Shelley Fabares, Harold J. Stone, Gary Crosby, Joby Baker, Jimmy Hawkins, Nita Talbot


A Chicago mobster hires a rock-and-roll singer and his band to keep an eye on his daughter during spring break in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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The Improvised Shakespeare Company


366 N. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90095


The Improvised Shakespeare Company, the funniest and most critically acclaimed theatrical Improv troupe in the country, is coming to LARGO. The ISC plays regularly to sold-out crowds in NYC Off-Broadway, and was recently one of the big hits of UCB’s Del Close marathon where they played to a standing room only crowd of 700+ people. The ISC tours nationally and internationally at Performing Arts Centers and has been featured at Montreal's Just for Laughs, Seattle's Bumbershoot Festival, SF Sketchfest, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival and most recently at Outside Lands in San Francisco where Sir Patrick Stewart performed with them as a special guest. The ISC has been named Chicago's best Improv group by both the Chicago Reader and the Chicago Examiner and has received a New York Nightlife Award for "Best Comedic Performance by a Group".


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The Road on Lankershim

5108 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, 91601


The Road Theatre Company presents the Los Angeles Premiere of THINGS BEING WHAT THEY ARE by Wendy MacLeod, directed by Andre Barron. Bill has just moved from the city to a new condo in the suburbs, and is awaiting the arrival of his furniture and his (unfaithful) wife. He meets Jack, a brash, irreverent, and divorced neighbor who drops by for a visit and simply will not leave. In this off-beat comedy by the author of The House of Yes, two regular guys form an unlikely bond as they debate the meaning of marriage, commitment, and mortality.

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Children of the Stone: The Power of Music in a Hard Land

Los Angeles Central Library, Mark Taper Auditorium

630 W. 5th St., Los Angeles, CA


Sandy Tolan in conversation with Kelly McEvers

The veteran journalist and critically acclaimed author of The Lemon Tree brings us another true story of hope in the Palestinian-Israeli impasse. His newest book, Children of the Stone, chronicles a young violist--- Ramzi Hussein Aburedwan-- who escapes a Palestinian refugee camp and later returns to fulfill his dream: establishing a music school with the help of Israeli musicians including Daniel Barenboim, director of the Berlin State Opera and La Scala. Join Tolan for a moving conversation about how a love of music transforms and empowers lives in a war-torn land. Reservations recommended. Please visit website for reservation/standby policies.

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