"TWELFTH NIGHT": Mistaken identity, romantic misunderstandings, and family antics. We love the classic tropes of this Shakespeare comedy, not to mention the famous "if music be the food of love" line. And the venue the Chalk Repertory Theatre has chosen is an interesting one: the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever. It opens tonight and runs weekends through February 28th.
YAMAHA PIANOS ALL-STAR REVUE: At REDCAT. Several different pianists will take the bench, but the styles and sounds will run the note-filled gamut from jazzy to traditional. To Radiohead, too. It's almost the opposite of a standard concert; rather than multiple instruments following one general sound, there's one instrument going down numerous paths. Piano people, meet downtown. 8:30PM
RIALTO'S BEST OF BRITISH NOIR SERIES: If you've seen a movie that hasn't been screened for decades, and loved it, you may well have Rialto Pictures to thank. The company, which is committed to giving new life to old-school gems, will be showing several thrilling noirs at the Nuart. Tonight: John Boulting's "Brighton Rock."