The historic building that houses the Geffen Playhouse was originally constructed in 1929 to serve as a clubhouse for UCLA students and alumni. Today, Los Angeles theatre-goers can stroll through the building's charming central courtyard and admire the restored tile fountain during intermission, or thrill to the more recent theatrical history that has been made inside the Playhouse's walls.
The Geffen Playhouse has been the recipient of more than 40 regional theatre awards, and it's played host to performances by many internationally known actors over the years. The theater space itself has an intimate feel, and every seat provides a good view of the stage.
Visit the Geffen Playhouse's website to see a calendar of upcoming performances!
Looking for something to do this weekend? Head on down to the Brewery Artwalk October 25th and 26th. You will be able to visit over 100 artist studios. Best part of all is that it is FREE to the public. Click here to learn more.
Mystery Pier Books has been in business for generations, and one visit will convince you that it’s something special. Head down the well-hidden entryway and wind through a narrow passageway to the store, which looks a bit like a transplanted English cottage surrounded by flower beds. Step inside and you’ll be impressed by the staggering selection of first editions. That’s the reason for this place’s existence – extremely rare and collectible volumes.
While the prices can be steep, the store does have shelves of less pricey titles, including an impressive collection of detective novels and a robust children’s section. Visit Mystery Pier's website to find out more!
When: Sun., Oct. 26, 12-8 p.m.
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