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Cameron Esposito mines both the stereotypes and realities of life as a lesbian in a tone best described as badass-adorable. Every Tuesday for the past four years, Esposito, along with Rhea Butcher, have co-host the stand-up showcase "Put Your Hands Together" at UCB Franklin. For a special double-length anniversary show, they're bringing on Patton Oswalt, Byron Bowers, Joe DeRosa, Nicole Byer, Baron Vaughn, Debra DiGiovanni, Julian McCullough and more. (UCB Franklin, 5919 Franklin Ave. 8pm; $7.)
Moonlight, the coming-of-age drama and winner of the Golden Globe for best drama, will be getting a special screening with a live music performance. The live score treatment—something more often reserved for classic films rather than new releases—comes via Wordless Music Orchestra, and will be accompanied by a post-show conversation with the film’s director and screenwriter, Barry Jenkins, composer Nicholas Britell and star Mahershala Ali. (Million Dollar Theater, 307 S Broadway. 8pm; $22.50-$57.50.)
Long before he was Hollywood's go-to comedy director, Judd Apatow was a kid from Long Island trying to make it in stand-up. He's been popping up at comedy clubs around L.A. in recent years, particularly during his "Judd Apatow & Friends" shows at Largo. For his latest, he's put together an ACLU benefit show with Weird Al Yankovic, Jeff Ross, Cameron Esposito and Bobcat Goldthwait. (Largo, 366 N La Cienega Blvd. 8:30pm; $100.)
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