On Saturday afternoon, a bride and groom walked hand in hand up the steps of Los Angeles City Hall. She wore a yellow lacy dress and veil, he sported a white tuxedo and bowtie, and they disappeared inside the building together, giggling. A few onlookers stared inquisitively, and several teenagers on skateboards turned to a group of us gathered on the sidewalk and asked: “Hey, what movie is this for?”

Though the couple were indeed actors, they weren’t in a movie. Their City Hall nuptials were part of a mobile opera called Hopscotch that is zig-zagging through Los Angeles’ bustling streets in 24 cars for a month-long run Read more…

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