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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Save The Date for Femmes: A Tragedy; Spring In Frogtown and Echo Park Art Walk

Femmes: A Tragedy/Photo courtesy Gina Young

A busy weekend coming up for arts and performance. Tonight,  Femmes: A Tragedy, a contemporary Lesbian take on Clare Booth Luce’s 1936 comedy  The Women, opens at the Lyric-Hyperion Theater in Silver Lake.  On Saturday in Atwater Village, artist Margaret Adachi substitutes animals for humans in a one-day exhibit titled Dog Day Afternoon. In Elysian Valley, neighborhood artists will present new work in Spring in Frogtown: A Collector’s Preview that includes studio visits. Meanwhile, scores of artists, musicians and performers will present their across Echo Park on Saturday during the Echo Park Art Walk. More details and events in Save The Date.

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