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10:10 AM PST on November 15, 2007


Thursday, November 15

Frida Kahlo, the play @ The Frida Kahlo Theater, 2332 W. 4th Street, LA, CA 90057 ~ Celebrating Frida Kahlo's Centennial and the 15th anniversary and 500 performances of this play ~ November 15 through December 16 ~ $15 general tickets, $12 on Thursdays and on November 23-25 ~ In SPANISH or ENGLISH ~ For more information go to

The Tortilla Paintings of Joe Bravo @ KGB Studio & Gallery, 1640 N. Spring St., LA, CA 90012 ~ New works include Chinese-inspired paintings of his recent Hong Kong exhibition, a tortilla mask & more~ Open daily 10am-4pm ~ Through December 15.

Luis Alfaro's Hero @ STUDIO/STAGE, 520 N. Western Ave, Hollywood ~ Comedy and counter (COFFEE) culture play about returning from Iraq performed by a Latino and Asian cast in alternance ~ Fr-Sat 8pm, Sun 3 & 7pm ~ $20.00 ~ Through December 16.

Friday, November 16

Scream 2007/Analog Live! @ The RedCat, 631 W. 2nd Street, Downtown LA ~ Analog synthesizers combined with acoustic instruments and kinetic video sculptures ~ 8:30pm ~ $20.

Sock Puppet Showgirls @ Theater Asylum, 6320 Santa Monica Blvd, LA, CA 90038 ~ "If you haven't seen sock puppets pole dance, you haven't experienced the true power of the theater." ~ 11pM ~ $15.00. Reservations 323-962-1632.

Saturday, November 17

Smart & Classy Comedy & Music @ The Spot Cafe & Lounge, 4455 Overland Avenue, Culver City ~ Hosted by Eddie Ed O'Brien with Denise Munro Robb, Dan the Man Morales, Still Yet More ChamberPlayers etc. ~ 7:30pm to 10:00pm ~ No cover.

Love&Hate, Recent works by Oscar Magallanes @ Bunny Gunner, 266 W. 2nd St., Pomona, CA 91766 ~ Through December 1st ~ Tue-Sat 10am-7pm. See our coverage here.

Sunday, November 18

Miss Renea Le Roux's Farewell Show & Party @ Bordello Bar, 901 E. 1st St., LA, CA 90012 ~ Come say goodbye to the Southern Belle from Hell and Grand Lady of Burlesque ~ 9PM ~$10 cover.

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