Calendar: November 25- December 1
MON | NOV 28
HILLEL AT UCLA ART EXHIBITIONS
Three art exhibitions are on display at Hillel at UCLA. “Seek My Face: The Art of Joshua Meyer, 2000-2016” features the work of Lubbock, Texas-born oil painter Joshua Meyer. He went to school at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem before attending Yale University. He currently works in Cambridge, Mass. Every painting he makes is “intentionally Jewish,” he says. The exhibition “WINGS” features the works of Harriet Zeitlin, who earned a bachelor’s degree at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Later, she studied printmaking at UCLA and photography at Santa Monica College. She has been an artist for six decades, and has had 25 solo shows and exhibited in more than 100 group shows. The exhibition “The German Roots of Zionism” explores the dream of refuge from anti-Semitism, freedom from despots, and a place for Jewish religion and culture to flourish. 10 a.m to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday. Through Dec. 9. Free. 574 Hilgard Ave., Los Angeles. (310) 208-3081, ext. 108. TUES | NOV 29
MainStage is the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles’ annual young adult fundraising event. It inspires and entertains the crowd as leading innovators and influencers take the stage. Join hundreds of other young Jewish Angelenos on Giving Tuesday for a night of food, drinks and special guests. The talent lineup includes James Corden, host of “The Late Late Show With James Corden” on CBS; Ben Winston, the show’s executive producer; Kevin Demoff, chief operating officer and executive vice president of the Los Angeles Rams; Milana Vayntrub, comedian, actress and director; and other guests. 7 p.m. $130. Avalon Hollywood, 1735 Vine St., Los Angeles. (323) 761-8054. ” target=”_blank”>mainstagela.org.
“IRVING BERLIN’S WHITE CHRISTMAS”
For one week only, come see Broadway’s Tony Award-winning “Irving Berlin’s White Christmas” in its new production. The musical tells the story of two show business friends staging a production at a beautiful Vermont inn. Along the way, they find their perfect mates. Enjoy dancing, romance, laughter and songs, including “Count Your Blessings (Instead of Sheep),” “Happy Holidays,” “Sisters,” “Blue Skies” and the unforgettable title tune, “White Christmas.” Starring Sean Montgomery as Bob Wallace, Jeremy Benton as Phil Davis, Kerry Conte as Betty Haynes and Kelly Sheehan as Judy Haynes. 8 p.m. Tickets start at $35. Pantages Theatre, 6233 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles. (323) 468-1770.