November 16, 2018

“Betrayal,” The Soviet Gulag, and Henry Rollins

Saturday the 7th
The Attic Theatre and Film Ensemble presents the Harold Pinter play, “Betrayal,” through April 28. The drama about an affair between a woman and her husband’s best friend begins at the end, long after the affair has ceased. From this vantage point, the audience sees the story unfold in reverse, culminating in the fateful moment when the adultery first began.

8 p.m. (Thurs.-Sat.). $20. 5429 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles. (323) 525-0600, ext. 2. ” target=”_blank”>

Monday the 9th

The first exhibit about the Soviet Gulag in the United States is now on view at Manzanar National Historic Site and Eastern California Museum. Make the trip to view the preserved camp where nearly 120,000 Japanese Americans were interned during World War II, where you can also see “GULAG: Soviet Forced Labor Camps and the Struggle for Freedom.”

(760) 878-2194 ext. 2710. ” target=”_blank”>

Wednesday the 11th

Arthur Miller’s first Broadway play closed just three days after its 1944 premiere, and has remained relatively obscure over the years. In 2000, however, it was revived in a small L.A. production, and in 2002 returned to Broadway to great acclaim. “The Man Who Had All the Luck” now comes to the Skirball in an L.A. Theatre Works production. Five live performances starring Kurtwood Smith (“That ’70s Show”) and Tegan West (screenwriter, “The Cave”) play through April 15.

8 p.m. (April 11-13), 3 p.m. (April 14), 4 p.m. (April 15). $20-$46. 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles. (310) 827-0889. ” target=”_blank”>