On the surface, the plot of “Waiting for Godot” is simple. Two men stand beside a lone tree on a desolate road in an otherwise barren landscape. It is there that they wait for a man whom they’ve never met, and know only as “Godot.”
Shakespeare at UCLA presents “Romeo and Juliet”
*Fri., March 16 and Sat., March 17, 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 7:00) *
Kerckhoff Grand Salon, FREE
It doesn’t take an English major to recognize the names of Romeo and Juliet.
Tucked between the enormous skyscrapers of Century City, the Annenberg Space for Photography seems an unlikely home for an arts venue ““ one only accessible after walking through a parking structure.
The spirit of the Wild West is a rare find in Los Angeles. But as Sunset Boulevard nears its end in Pacific Palisades, Will Rogers State Historic Park is a step into an almost foreign locale ““ a ranch house in the midst of a quiet natural landscape.
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