Diane Keaton: Vroman’s Presents

Apr 20, 2014

Diane KeatonHave a child who swims at the Rose Bowl Aquatic Center? Then maybe you’ve seen one of America’s most iconic actresses keeping her eyes peeled on a particular lane during a particular race.

Diane Keaton.

Looking her true age (68) with an endearing smile and none of her onscreen stammer, she usually keeps her trilby-type hat pulled low, almost hiding her eyes, trying not to draw attention at these swim meets, but patient, open and friendly when recognized and addressed.

In her newest book, Let’s Just Say It Wasn’t Pretty, Diane Keaton presents a clever and humorous account of her life spent working in a world obsessed with beauty. Keaton encourages readers to fight against society’s conventional standards of beauty, becoming more true to themselves and learning to love who they are both inside and out. Through personal anecdotes and experiences, Keaton discusses how our perception of ideal beauty changes with age, and how living a fulfilling life, not physical appearance, is actually the beauty people are seeking their whole lives. (Vroman’s Bookstore copy)

Spend an evening with the woman who’s brought to life Kay Adams-Corleone, Annie Hall, Louise Bryant in Reds, and Erica Barry in Something’s Gotta Give. She’s surely one of America’s living legends.

An Evening with Diane Keaton
Friday, April 25th, 8 p.m.
Doors open at 7 p.m.; seating is general admission
Wilshire Ebell Theatre, 4401 W. 8th St., L.A. 90005
Admission:  $32 plus tax, includes an autographed copy of Let’s Just Say It Wasn’t Pretty
For tickets call 626.449.5320
For complete info, visit

Lets Just Say It Wasnt Pretty

1 Response for “Diane Keaton: Vroman’s Presents”

  1. I know just how it feels—”Beauty, beauty, on the wall, Who’s the fairest of them all?”—
    was the mantra in my house, and along the path I chose in the world of beauty, fashion and cosmetics. With that behind me, there is much more pleasure to be found beyond the mirror—in words, music, good food with friends and family, and the exquisite joy of making things of unconventional beauty.



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