7 Nights in Hollywood: April 17 - 23



Every Thursday, brings you a guide to the week’s can’t-miss concerts, comedy shows, museum exhibits and more.


Ready to plan your week? Here’s your weekly dose of Hollywood events, culture, and other happenings–it’s 7 NIGHTS IN HOLLYWOOD:


Thursday, April 17: Catch My Name is Asher Lev, the award-winning play based on Chaim Potok’s novel of young Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn struggling to become artists at any cost, at the Fountain Theatre. 8pm, weekends through May 18


Friday, April 18: At the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Soundtrack is an entirely improvised show, done to YOUR music! So bring your iPhones and CDs and be part of the show! Admission also includes improv show, Your F’ed Up Family. 9:30pm

Saturday, April 19: In Second City Hollywood’s mock-rock musical comedy, The Untold Story of Indie Rock, five performers portray twelve bands. 9pm


Sunday, April 20: Thought Point Break, the Swayze-Keanu surfing bank robber movie, was beyond parody? Then you haven’t been to Point Break Live!, the show that casts a new audience member in Keanu’s role each performance. Final show of a limited run. 5pm

Monday, April 21: For some live tunes while you grab a drink after work, check out Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood‘s Acoustic Happy Hour, from 4pm – 7pm. (every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday)

Tuesday, April 22: Love cartoons? Head over to the Hollywood Improv for Talkin’ Toons, Rob Paulsen’s (Animaniacs) podcast featuring rather animated discussions with fellow voice actors. 8pm

Wednesday, April 23: “Best Musical of this Century” (New York Times) The Book of Mormon continues its hilarious run at the Pantages, but only for two more weeks! Don’t forget to bring your tickets to The Hungry Cat for dinner specials. 8pm, through May 11

That’s it for this week. If you’ve got recommendations for next week, leave ‘em on our Facebook page!