10 Awesome Things to Do This Weekend in L.A., 1/22

Hit the dance floor for some salsa or sip mimosas after yoga

THEATER: My Sister
Check out the smash hit from last season’s Hollywood Fringe Festival. My Sister, set in pre-World War II Berlin tells the story of identical twins leading drastically lives. However, the Nazi regime’s rise to power will soon change both their lives forever. More information (January 22, Odyssey Theatre)

DANCE: Salsa Night
Dance the night away to the sound of Latin rhythms at El Floridita Restaurant. Enjoy the restaurant’s Cuban cuisine before you take to the dance floor. More information (January 22, El Floridita Restaurant)

BOOKS: Lisa Kotin on Odyssey of a Sugar Addict
The L.A. actor, director and writer discusses her new book, My Confection: Odyssey of a Sugar Addict. Kotin reveals how her drug of choice has affected her life. More information (January 23, Book Soup)

MUSIC: Discover Bach’s Cantata, “Sleepers Awake”
The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra pre­sents the beloved composition, which features a tidal wave of strings and horns that makes John Williams’s sonic swells seem like a tide pool. More information (January 23, Ambassador Auditorium)

DRINK: Uncorked Wine Festival
The inaugural Uncorked Wine Festival – Los Angeles will take place at Union Station on Saturday. Come thirsty, come hungry: the event will feature food trucks, music, and selections from over 50 wineries. More information (January 23, Union Station)

MUSIC: City of Light: A Musical Tour de France
Paying homage to all things French, the Toyota Symphonies for Youth is led by Adrien Perruchon, a 32-year-old maestro who has conducted high-profile orchestras throughout his native France. More information (January 23, Walt Disney Concert Hall)

ART: Watercolor Worshop
Learn how to render your own pastoral scenes in this class, which is pegged to the exhibition Greece’s Enchanting Landscape: Watercolors by Edward Dodwell and Simone Pomardi. More information (January 24, The Getty Villa) 

MUSIC: The White Buffalo
Singer-songwriter Jake Smith is forever comfortable in his country music boots, whether he’s delivering a ballad about a murderous deed or a barn-burning tune fit for a hootenanny. More information (January 23, The Fonda Theatre)

CONFAB: Yoga and Mimosas
Downward dog and child’s pose your way to a mimosa upon completion of this yoga class. A mat, a Zen-like attitude, and $20 will get you into the class at Malibu Wines. More information (January 24, Malibu Wines)

COMEDY: Hatedate
The cast of comedians and performers will share of their cringe-worthy experiences with online dating. The lineup includes Christopher T. Wood, Jonathan Bradley Welch, Melanie Hamlett, Susanna Lee, and Louis Virtel. More information (January 24, Lyric-Hyperion Theater & Café)