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|November 6, 2011|
Hancock Park Open Houses on Estate Blocks:
265 S. McCadden Blvd $2,900,000
500 S. Arden Blvd. $2,899,000
235 S. Rossmore Ave $2,350,000
221 S. Plymouth Blvd $1,695,000
301 S. Irving Blvd. $1,299,000
Photos are of my listing at 235 S. Rossmore.
For all you Bill Nighy Fans – Watch “Page Eight” of PBS’ “Masterpiece Contemporary” tomorrow night Nov. 6 at 9 pm
|November 6, 2011|
Who among you are Bill Nighy fans? Ever since I saw him as the shy, aging, lonely civil servant who falls in love with an enigmatic young woman in HBO’s 2005 film The Girl in the Cafe and as the aging rocker in Love Actually I have wanted more. Tomorrow night on PBS Masterpiece Contemporary’s “Page Eight” he stars in a British spy drama written and directed by playwright David Hare. Also starring Rachel Weisz. Michael Gambon, Ralph Fiennes and Judy Davis. Locally on KOCE at 9pm. Should be a real treat.
Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts In Beverly Hills Presents U.S. Premiere of Il Teatro alla Moda – Theater in Fashion thru November 13
|November 2, 2011 12:00 pm||to||November 15, 2011 6:00 pm|
Il Teatro alla Moda – Theater in Fashion is currently at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills through November 13. It is the premiere of the first exhibition to explore Italy’s famous haute couture designers and their impact on the stages of opera, dance and theater. Over 80 costumes, sketches and drawings from Giorgio Armani, Roberto Capucci, Enrico Coveri, Fendi, Alberta Ferretti, Romeo Gigli, Antonio Marras, Missoni, Emanuel Ungaro, Valentino and Gianni Versace will be on display in Beverly Hills to celebrate the current transformation of the Italian Renaissance Beverly Hills Post Office into a distinctive performing arts venue and to honor the designers’ contributions to the performing arts.
Never mind that The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, the show’s presenter, is still under construction. Rather than wait to showcase the world of opera, theater and dance, the arts center opted to put on this over-the-top exhibition of intricately beaded and bejeweled, hand-painted and embroidered theatrical costumes right now in Beverly Hills.