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June Book Club: Elliot Page discusses “Pageboy”
June 8 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Join Academy Award nominee Elliot Page for a live, in-person conversation about his debut memoir, “Pageboy,” at the L.A. Times Book Club.
Page will be in conversation with Kate Mara June 8 at the historic Montalban Theatre in Hollywood.
Elliot Page is a producer, writer and director. He currently stars in the Netflix’s hit series, “The Umbrella Academy.”
Nearly three years after coming out as transgender, the actor shares his truth in “Pageboy.”
With the success of the 2007 film “Juno,” Page became one of the world’s most beloved actors. His dreams were coming true, but the pressure to perform suffocated him as he navigated criticism and abuse in Hollywood. Page often stayed silent, unsure of what to do. Full of behind-the-scenes details and interrogations on sex, love, trauma, and Hollywood, “Pageboy” is the story of a life pushed to the brink. It’s also a winding journey of what it means to untangle ourselves from the expectations of others.
Kate Mara is an actor and film producer known for her role in the Netflix series, “House of Cards.” She also starred in the Hulu miniseries, “A Teacher.”
IN-PERSON EVENT INFO
When: June 8, 2023 at 7 p.m. PT. Doors open at 6 p.m.
Where: Montalban Theatre in Hollywood.
Bookseller: Signed books are available with a book+ticket purchase. Our partner for this event is Skylight Books!
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