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Special Events

  1. Malibu Arts Festival & Art Walk

    November 18, 2017, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Cross Creek

    The 46th Annual Malibu Art Walk Festival at Cross Creek takes place at its scenic new location November 17-19. Featuring many of the most talented artists from the region showing original works of art and craft in a variety of media from painting to sculpture.

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  2. Poetry Workshop with Malibu Poet Laureate

    November 18, 2017, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Malibu Library

    Join the City of Malibu Poet Laureate Ricardo Means Ybarra for a poetry workshop at the library. Poets, aspiring or otherwise, can bring a work-in-progress for instruction, discussion and work shopping! Critical feedback from peers and the instructor will give you the opportunity to learn and grow as a wordsmith. Mr. Ybarra is Malibu's first Poet Laureate. He is dedicated to bring opportunities to Malibu that highlight and celebrate the spoken word. Ages 14 and older.

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Theatre

  1. Aeschylus's The Suppliant Women

    November 18, 2017, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ The Getty Villa

    The Getty Villa Theater Lab begins this season's series with Aeschylus's The Suppliant Women, presented by Los Angeles-base Rogue Machine Theatre and directed by Michael Arabian. Aeschylus's The Suppliant Women, one of the oldes surviving dramas from ancient Greece, is the first play and only surviving full tex of the lost Danaid Tetralogy. The tetralogy was inspired by the myth of Io and her two warring sons, Aegyptus and Danaos. Translated by renowned writer and translator George Theodoridis, The Suppliant Women is one of Aeschylus's most poetic pieces and one of the earliest known stories of refugees. This ancient play has neither hero, nor downfall, nor even tragic conclusion. Instead, the play's themes, still pertinent today, explore human rights, the continuing oppression of women, and societal reactions to refugees.

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  2. Aeschylus's The Suppliant Women

    November 18, 2017, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ The Getty Villa

    The Getty Villa Theater Lab begins this season's series with Aeschylus's The Suppliant Women, presented by Los Angeles-base Rogue Machine Theatre and directed by Michael Arabian. Aeschylus's The Suppliant Women, one of the oldes surviving dramas from ancient Greece, is the first play and only surviving full tex of the lost Danaid Tetralogy. The tetralogy was inspired by the myth of Io and her two warring sons, Aegyptus and Danaos. Translated by renowned writer and translator George Theodoridis, The Suppliant Women is one of Aeschylus's most poetic pieces and one of the earliest known stories of refugees. This ancient play has neither hero, nor downfall, nor even tragic conclusion. Instead, the play's themes, still pertinent today, explore human rights, the continuing oppression of women, and societal reactions to refugees.

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  3. Big Fish-12 Chair Version

    November 18, 2017, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Smothers Theatre, Pepperdine University

    The Pepperdine University Fine Arts Division Theatre and Music Departments present the musical BIG FISH-12 Chair Version, by Andrew Lippa, with a book by John August, at the Malibu campus' Smothers Theatre. Big Fish-12 Chair Version is a fantastical new musical that follows the life of Edward Boom, a traveling salesman who lives life to its fullest. Edward's larger-than-life stories delight everyone around him-most of all, his devoted wife Sandra. But their son Will, about to have a child of his own, is determined to find the truth behind his father's epic tales of witches, giants, and mermaids. Overflowing with heart and shifting between present day and a storybook past, this musical brings a family together and reveals the true meaning of friendship. To purchase tickets now, please call 310-506-4522 or visit, http://arts.pepperdine/edu/

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