Direct From Buenos Aires: Tangueros del Sur
With intricate footwork and drama, this company from Buenos Aires takes Tango from its working-class roots to a modern ballroom interpretation on November 17. Led by dancer and choreographer Natalia Hills, who performed in the Tony Award-nominated Forever Tango.
Going on Now
Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
An exhibition based on the bestselling book, offering a visually rich, entertaining, rigorous look at the Supreme Court Justice’s life and career. Includes archival photographs and documents, contemporary art and media. Through March 10.
Real Women Have Curves
The season opener premieres Josefina López’s classic coming of age comedy about a close-knit community of women in a tiny, family-run factory. Through November 19.
Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision
An exhibition from one of the early participants in the feminist art movement. Includes assemblages, collages, dresses and shoes handcrafted from a variety of media. Through December 8.
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3rd Annual Sherman Oaks Film Festival
Features, shorts and documentaries from filmmakers around the world as well as some from local schools. Screened at the Whitefire Theatre.
“The Godfather of British Blues,” hits the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills.
Enchanted: Forest of Light
An interactive, nighttime experience featuring a one-mile walk through unique lighting experiences in Descanso Gardens. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Through January 6.
Winterfest at Santa Anita Park
A winter wonderland with ice skating rink, tree lot, horse-drawn carriage rides, wreath making, carolers, vendors and food. Admission, $5; kids 10 and under free. Through December 23.
The singer goes on tour in support of his new album, Man of the Woods.
Summer Camp for Adults? Not Exactly—But the Next Best Thing
Classes & activities for summer downtime.