Fully Committed: Opening Sept. 15 at the Coronet Theatre is "Fully Committed," an award-winning, one-man play. Direct from New York, it is a comedic look at a struggling actor's day job and all the characters he must deal with while answering phones at a trendy restaurant. The show, written by first-time playwright Becky Mode, is directed by Nicholas Martin and stars Mark Setlock. More information: (310) 657-7377.

Rock On: It's Discovery Day at the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits on Sept. 16. You can bring in that old rock or bone you picked up on one of your hikes and have scientists tell you whether it is a fossil or a fake. While there, you can see the exhibit, "Mammoths: Wild & Woolly," view rare fossils or watch science in action at the paleo lab where scientists clean and repair Ice Age fossils found outside in the pit. More information: (323) 934-PAGE or www.tarpits.org.

Laugh a Little: The Groundlings are introducing their newest comic material in "Groundlings to Meet You, I'm Robert." The all-new collection of skits opens Sept. 22 at the Groundlings Theatre in West Hollywood. The show features original material and a cast of comedic improvisers who stretch their imaginations. Some Groundlings alumni include comedians Julia Sweeney, Lisa Kudrow, Chris Parnell and Phil LaMarr. More information: (323) 934-9700.

Last Bowl: You know summer is over when the Hollywood Bowl shoots off its final fireworks for the season. The finale takes place Sept. 15, 16 and 17. Actors Debbie Reynolds and B.D. Wong appear with the ultra-hip ensemble Pink Martini, who will join John Mauceri and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. There's also an all-new fireworks display. More information: (323) 850-2000 or www.hollywoodbowl.com.

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