Seattle-based singer-songwriter Emi Meyer will help to launch the Little Spoons Dessert Company with a performance tonight at Groundworks Coffee in Hollywood, before heading to Japan to promote her new CD, “Passport.” The silky-voiced 22-year-old begins her set at 8 p.m. Groundworks is located at 1501 Cahuenga Blvd. (323) 871-0107.
Kataki (The Enemy) finishes its run Friday and Saturday at the McCadden Theatre. The groundbreaking 1959 play tells the story of one American soldier and one Japanese soldier stranded together on an island in the Pacific with nothing but a solitary battle knife separating them. Showtime Friday and Saturday is 8 p.m. at 1157 N. McCadden Pl. Tickets from $20, $15 for veterans, seniors and students. Visit www.kataki2010.com.
The Harlem Globetrotters continue their 2010 World Tour in the Southland, bringing their wholesome family entertainment known worldwide for thrilling fans young and old. Now in their 84th consecutive season of touring the world. The team hits the court Saturday, Feb. 13 at the Honda Center in Anaheim (1 and 7 p.m.), Sunday, Feb. 14 at Staples Center (1 and 6 p.m.) and Monday, Feb. 15 at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario (1 p.m.) Visit www.harlemglobetrotters.com.
East West Players will stage preview performances of its newest production , “Cave Quest.” The Les Thomas play featuring West Liang and Kim Miyori focuses on a young man who tries to condense his life long journey into a $49.95 video game, with the help of a legendary American Buddhist nun. Thursday though Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m. $20, $12 students. www.eastwestplayers.org.