Need any more convincing that Broadway is back? How about a cultural festival spanning six of Downtown's historic theaters and movie palaces. All of the venues will open their doors for free during Night on Broadway to host performances and installations, from performances by Mayer Hawthorne and Tim Hecker to a dodge ball cage match and an Oingo Boingo dance party. Outside the theaters, there's a street festival between 3rd and Olympic with shopping pop-ups, a family-friendly kids area and a music main stage. The event celebrates the ninth anniversary of Councilmember José Huizar's Bringing Back Broadway initiative, which, judging by the recent road diet and influx of new businesses, we'd say is going pretty well.