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Ahead The Curve

Next stop: North

Hollywood: Speaking and non-speaking actors star in the Deaf West Theatre revival of Tennessee Williams’ classic play, “A Streetcar Named Desire.” Players use sign language and voiceovers to convey the tragic love story set in New Orleans. Through April 9. Information: (818) 762-2773.

Art of drinking: L.A. artists like Mary Woronov and Tom Zimmerman offer their takes on booze in “Intoxication: The Fine Art of Drinking.” The show is at The Laboratory gallery downtown and closes April 30 with a microbrew beer tasting, live music and

spoken-word performances. Information: (213) 689-4725.

L.A. by night: The recent work of photographer David Stork takes a mysterious and romantic look at the streets of Los Angeles in “Four Takes on L.A.: Freeways, Bridges, Nights and Meat Markets.” The show of black-and-white photos runs through April 30 at Fototeka Gallery in Echo Park. Information: (213) 250-4686.

Indie fest: Joe Mantegna makes his directorial debut with “Lakeboat,” written by David Mamet and starring Peter Falk and Charles Durning. The film opens the sixth annual Los Angeles Independent Film Festival on April 13 and runs through April 18. Information: (323) 937-9155.

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