Best of Webber:"The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber," starring Petula Clark, comes to the Pasadena Civic Auditorium beginning Nov. 14 for eight performances. It's a best-of performance of the Tony, Grammy and Academy Award-winning composer's works, including excerpts from "Phantom of the Opera," "Cats," "Evita," "Sunset Boulevard" and "Jesus Christ Superstar." Information: (626) 793-2122.

A T. Rex Named Sue: Run for your lives! "Sue," the largest, most complete and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton in the world, has made her way to the Natural History Museum. The exhibition tells the amazing story of the 42-foot-long Sue and other dinosaurs through lectures, "dig pits," videos and digital interactivity. Museum admission is $8 for adults and $2 for children, paltry sums to pay for a look at Sue, who cost the Field Museum of Chicago $8.36 million. Information: (213) 763-3218 or HYPERLINK http://www.nhm.org www.nhm.org.

Sleepwalking: ASK Theater Projects and the L.A. County Arts Commission present the world premiere of Daniel Cariaga's "Sleepwalk." The drama about sex and the suburbs is performed at Inside the Ford, the 87-seat theater located on the lower level of the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre. The performance opens Nov. 18 and is part of the new "Hot Properties" series, which features local playwrights. Information: (323) GO1-FORD.

Jazz Inside LACMA: One of the ultimate cheap dates in the city has to be the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's free Friday night jazz series. Booked this month are the Danny Pucillo Quartet on Nov. 10, the Jack Reilly Trio on Nov. 17 and the L.A. Jazz Quartet on Nov. 24. The performances run from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Information: (323) 857-6010 or www.lacma.org.

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