“Becoming Undone” by Zoe Dance; “Alchemy: Old Metal = New Form” group art show; five-band, 18-plus rock show; Roman Polanski’s “Repulsion”; and Andrew Mayer comedy CD recording.
Independent Bookstore Day; OnStage Arts Marathon; Prometheus Dance Elders Ensemble 10th Anniversary; “Slut: The Play”; and video game bands The World Is Square and Videri String Quartet with You Bred Raptors?
An apocalyptic lesbian fringe sci-fi horror musical – that’s the official description – has two weeks to find the funding to guarantee its four-show premiere in September.
The seventh annual Women in Comedy Festival arrives Wednesday with some wondering at an article that missed women in comedy almost entirely.
High-tech art about memory, scent and sound; Annual Bookish Ball & Shakespeare’s Birthday Celebration; “TV Guidance Counselor” podcast with Eugene Mirman and Jon Glaser; talk and tasting about the science of coffee; and a Poetry Grudge Match.
Earthquakes haven’t been a big concern here since 1755, but now there’s “The Big One,” a musical play by Liv Cummins whose epicenter is Lesley University.
It wouldn’t be far-fetched to say Louis C.K. has changed comedy – in part by building his character with a true sadness.
New play “Annabel Lost”; Boston LGBT Film Festival; Caitlin Corbett Dance; Calamity #9 modern pop art variety show; and ambient pop bands and DJs Kodak To Graph, Big Wild and Obesøn.
The new show is billed as family-friendly but not aimed specifically at kids – “appropriate for anyone with a sense of humor” is how club associate producer Mac Gostow puts it.
In crafting its first Arts Challenge, the Cambridge Arts Council has its own challenge: getting tech workers to shut off their computers in favor of attending theater, dance, concerts, art exhibits or comedy.