Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Holiday Cheer Part 2

White Christmas (seemingly not racist event)
Oscars Outside

Thursday, December 6 and
Friday, December 7
Academy Hollywood
1341 Vine St.
Hollywood, California 90028
Doors open at 6 p.m.
Show starts at 7 p.m.
Bring a blanket or low lawn chair

With special guest, daughter Dena Kaye

Featuring Real Fake Hollywood Snow!
A holiday favorite from 1954 gets the Gold Standard treatment at Oscars Outdoors in honor of Danny Kaye’s centennial year.
Bing Crosby sings his trademark song, Kaye adds his comedy stylings, and Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen co-star as their singing-and-dancing love interests in this gloriously colorful, widescreen entertainment featuring songs by Irving Berlin.

Even though it’s Southern California, you’ll need to dress warmly, as our Hollywood special effects wizards are predicting a 100% chance of snow for a dramatic conclusion to this seasonal classic.

Hot chocolate and holiday taste treats will be available from some of Los Angeles’s best food trucks, so come early and settle in with your friends and family.
ArcLight Presents Christmas Movies

ArcLight Presents...Christmas" series was so popular last December, we couldn't wait to put tickets on sale for this year's line-up! This special series of holiday classics is the perfect opportunity to re-discover an old favorite or create a new family tradition. Click on the titles below to reserve your seats today.

Everything Is Terrible! Holiday Special 2012! The Cataclysmic Transformation!

Saturday 12/22/12 9:30 PM

Saturday 12/22/12 11:59 PM

This holiday season, world-famous psychedelic soldiers of found footage Everything Is Terrible! return with another epic masterpiece! Over the last 5 years, EIT! has built upon their classic Holiday Special regarding everyone’s least favorite time of the year, piling on layers of erotic Santas, Nazi elves, misplaced sentimentalities, fistfights over toys-for-tots and an endless parade of singing kids that will surely destroy us all. As they sculpt an ever-more-abominable collage out of a millennium’s worth of VHS memories