What’s better than Bowie? How about danceable Bowie you can enjoy live and up close Thursday with a 10-piece band and seven top burlesque and go-go dancers?
The local release of an EP by the art-rock band Jaggery inspired by Truman Capote’s “In Cold Blood” brings “an evening of murder-inspired performance, exploring the inner killer and the inner killed” at Oberon in Harvard Square.
Free, 20-minute dance classes are to be offered May 8 at an event being billed by The Dance Complex as “a perfect Mother’s Day gift.”
For the concern displayed Monday over dances at the West Cambridge Youth and Social Center, one would think the events were to be filled with angry rap music riling gang members and preteen girls lasciviously grinding away their honor. That’s not the case.
Mehran Khagani is in the midst of a media frenzy in which he’s explaining being in a vortex of creativity. What he’s trying to explain is Crisco Theque, his Aug. 6 show at Oberon in Harvard Square, which will be part comedy show, part rave.
Amy Zell Ellsworth was honored at the Boston Dance Alliance 2010 Benefit— the kickoff of the alliance’s 25th Anniversary season — held Thursday at the Sanctuary Theatre in Cambridge.
Geek Week — comedy, panels, burlesque and more, based at ImprovBoston in the heart of Central Square — is in full swing and runs through Sunday. And there’s a sweet overlap with the Internet culture conference ROFLCon at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, taking place Friday and Saturday.
Paying $35 to see “Bride Wars” doesn’t make sense until it’s explained that the money goes to repairing and updating the Julie Ince Thompson Theatre in Central Square’s historic Odd Fellows Hall.
The Dance Complex has been named a top nonprofit by the 2010 Art Appreciation Campaign, an honor that also makes it more visible to donors, its founder said Tuesday.