Two widely divergent Jewish performers come to Southern California tonight. Make the drive to Claremont for the feel-good sounds of Israeli folk/rock star David Broza. The celebrated trilingual guitarist and singer-songwriter will perform his English, Spanish and Hebrew favorites in a concert sponsored by Hillel of the Claremont Colleges. Or, for something closer to home and below the belt, head to Royce Hall, as UCLA Live! Presents "An Evening With Sandra Bernhard." The bawdy comedian and student of kabbalah offers up her latest rants and raves, with musical accompaniment by Mitch Kaplan and Pam Adams.
David Broza: 8 p.m. $5-$50. Garrison Theatre, Scripps College, Claremont. (909) 621-8824.Sandra Bernhard: 8 p.m. $20-$45. Royce Hall, UCLA, Westwood. (310) 825-2101.
Two seasoned comedians prove they've still got it, as Orange County Performing Arts Center presents "Together Again: Comedy Greats Tim Conway and Harvey Korman." The "Carol Burnett Show" duo known as much for cracking each other up as they were for entertaining the audience joins impressionist Louise DuArt for two shows, today only.
2 p.m. and 7 p.m. $35-$60. Segerstrom Hall, Orange County Performing Arts Center, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa. (213) 365-3500.
Diane Arbus' work gets center stage at MOCA's latest show, "Street Credibility," which examines the convergence of real and posed photography from the 1940s to the 1970s. Arbus' choice to pose her subjects, who were real people, was a departure from a tradition that separated the worlds of journalistic style and artificial photography. Other artists featured in the exhibit include her peers, as well as later photographers whom she influenced -- Larry Clark, Lee Friedlander, Sally Mann, Charles Gatewood, Garry Winogrand and others -- as well as some of her predecessors, namely Lisette Model, August Sander and Weegee.
11 a.m.-5 p.m. (Monday and Friday), 11 a.m.-8 pm. (Thursday), 11 a.m.-6 p.m. (Saturday and Sunday). Free (members, children under 12 and all day Thursday), $5 (students and seniors), $12 (general). MOCA at the Geffen Contemporary, 152 N. Central Ave., Los Angeles. (213) 626-6222.
Queens, N.Y., transplant and author Lisa Lieberman Doctor puts her roots into the pages of her first novel, "The Deflowering of Rhona Lipshitz." It's Queens 1971, and Rhona Lipshitz is in love, but not with the man whom she's engaged to marry in just 11 days. Doctor's previous writing credits include an Emmy win for her work on the soap opera, "General Hospital," and 16 years in the film industry, most recently as vice president of Robin Williams' Blue Wolf Productions. She discusses "Rhona Lipshitz" tonight at the Jewish Community Library of Los Angeles.
7 p.m. 6505 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles. R.S.V.P., (323) 761-8648.
New on DVD is a film that's not the usual Holocaust-themed fare. "Liability Crisis" is the story of Paul, a Jew so obsessed with the Holocaust that he sees images of Hitler everywhere. His life is on the verge of unraveling when his long-distance girlfriend shows up and he must confront his situation.
Providing the second tile in the Skirball's World Mosaic series is celebrated oud player and singer/songwriter Naser Musa, in a concert titled "Naser Musa and Friends." Joined by violinist Georges Lammam, accordionist Elias Lammam, upright bassist Miles Jay and percussionists Souhail and Tony Kaspar, Musa will perform traditional Arabic, Arabic folk and traditional Andalusian music this evening. His lecture on Arabic music precedes the show.
7 p.m. (lecture), 8 p.m. (concert). $15-$25. 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles. R.S.V.P., (323) 655-8587.
Filmmaker Stephen Grynberg had an interesting response to Judy Chicago's call to artists to submit works on the theme, "Envisioning the Future." He looked to the past. As a child of a Holocaust survivor, he has said that his personal exploration always involved looking at his own family history. By looking back, he was able to envision his own future. Hence the title of his art installation, "PAST FORWARD," which was chosen as one in Chicago's series.
Runs through Feb. 29. 5-10 p.m. (Feb. 13 and 14 only), Noon-4 p.m. (Friday, Saturday and Sunday). Progress Gallery, 300 S. Thomas St., Pomona. (310) 480-1794.