Mandi Moss

Mandi Moss

Mandi's been acting, producing, scenic painting, costume designing and directing in Los Angeles since the early 2000's with a particular interest in new works and creative storytelling. She’s a former member of Theatre of NOTE and a current member of Sacred Fools Theater Company. She’s also a proud professional clown and the Managing Editor of @ This Stage.

Wallet-Free Weekend: LA’s No-Cost Culture Guide

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22


  • Screenwriting
  • Daniel P. Calvisi, author of the “Story Maps” series of screenwriting books, discussing his latest title, “Story Maps: TV Drama: The Structure of the One-Hour Television Pilot.”

    7pm • Downtown •  Info

  • Cinema
  • The SCA Alumni Screening Series screens Austin Keeling and Aaron Keeling’s horror feature, “The House on Pine Street,” followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers. RSVP.

    7pm • West Adams • Info

  • Variety Show
  • The Anna Broome Room: A variety show with performances from poets, artists, and musicians.

    8pm • Downtown •  Info

     

    FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23


  • Jazz
  • An evening of open galleries, outdoor bars, and live jazz from Dr. Um: Peter Erskine, John Beasley, Bob Sheppard and Benjamin Shepherd.

    6pm • Miracle Mile •  Info

  • Music Festival
  • Friday Nights Live on four outdoor stages. Nick Casillas and Friends, Steve Rushingwind, Falls Like Rain, and The Amazing Tone Benders.

    6pm • Claremont •  Info

  • Photography
  • Filmmaker and photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders talks about his strikingly intimate portraits of world leaders and major cultural figures. RSVP.

    6:30pm • Century City •  Info

  • Theatre
  • Richard Kearney and Sheila Gallagher presents “Twinsome Minds: Recovering 1916 in Images and Stories,” through an interplay of storytelling, animations, music and poetry. RSVP.

    7pm • Westchester •  Info

  • Concert
  • Sharon Lavery conducts the USC Thornton Symphony in two works originally conceived as ballet: Stravinsky’s Petrushka and Ravel’s Boléro.

    7:30pm • West Adams •  Info

     

    SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24


  • Day of the Drum Festival
  • The 34th annual festival brings together virtuosic rhythm groups from the traditions of Mexico, Japan, Africa, the Caribbean, and more, plus workshops, exhibits, tours, crafts, kids’ stuff, and great food.

    10am • Watts Towers •  Info

  • Family Day
  • An afternoon of socially engaged art, music, performances, and more, with a dance, art, and writing workshops for all ages.

    11am • Westwood •  Info

  • Opera Talk
  • Ray Busmann, from the LA Opera, introduces Verdi’s “Macbeth.”

    2pm • Glendale •  Info

  • Documentary
  • Screening of “On two fronts: Latinos and Vietnam,” exploring the Latino experience of the Vietnam War mainly through the story of two siblings, Everett and Delia Alvarado.

    2pm • Downtown •  Info

  • Tarfest at the Tar Pits
  • The annual art and music festival has live painting, art installations, kids’ art tents, environmental sculpture, dance performances, plus live music from Dear Boy, Durand Jones and The Indications, Brit Manor, and BRAEVES.

    4pm • Miracle Mile • Info

  • Feminism
  • Jessica Bennett presents “Feminist Fight Club: An Office Survival Manual for a Sexist Workplace.”

    7pm • West Hollywood •  Info

  • Cinema
  • The Sunset Cinema Series screens “STAR WARS: The Force Awakens” in the courtyard.

    7:15pm • Culver City •  Info

     

    SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25


  • Family Arts
  • Free art workshops on arts and crafts from world cultures, led by artists. Today, Scandinavia: Norse gods with Estephany Campos.

    10am • Los Feliz •  Info

  • Festival
  • The 27th Annual Abbot Kinney Festival features 5 stages of live music, dancers and performance artists, KidsQuad, Sustainability Street, a beer garden, Art Pavilion, and 300+ food and crafts vendors. Shuttles available.

    10am • Venice •  Info

  • Documentary
  • Screening of Roxanne Frias’s insightful documentary “Latino: The Changing Face of America.”

    2pm • Downtown •  Info

  • Chamber Music
  • Sundays Live presents music from duo pianists Anna von Urbans and Kordian Gora, performing Gershwin, Stravinsky, and Lutoslawsky.

    6pm • Miracle Mile •  Info

  • Cinema
  • Gerry Fialka and 7 Dudley Cinema present Jane Cantillon screening “The Other Side: A Queer History’s Last Call.”

    7pm • Venice •  Info