Plexapalooza, ENCORE, And More This Weekend In Arts

Encore

(1/29 -1/31 7:30 P.M.)

The Dance Organization of Boston College presents its dance show ENCORE alongside Fuego del Corazon and the BC Irish dance club. Tickets are $10 through the Robsham ticket office.

 

Plexapalooza

(Saturday 1/31 8:30 P.M.)

CAB hosts the famous DJ Dillon Francis in this epic bash in the Plex Saturday night. Pick up tickets at Robsham before 4:30 p.m. Friday. Tickets will not be given out Saturday, but prizes will be given out to the first hundred attendees.

 

A Common Cause

(Through February)

Don’t miss your chance to see this compelling exhibit that chronicles and celebrates the lives and work of social reformists David Goldstein and Martha Moore Avery. The exhibit is located in Ford Tower in the Burns Library.

 

Billy Idol

(Saturday 1/31, 7:30 p.m.)

Billy Idol takes over the Orpheum Theater in Boston this Saturday. This rock legend can still to put on a fantastic show and knows how to please a crowd. Tickets can be found online at Ticketmaster.

 

An Uber-Good Comedy show

(Friday 1/30 9 P.M.)

The Committee for Creative Enactments is putting on their first show of the year in the Vanderslice Cabaret Room. Sponsored by the Lyft, admission is free.

 

The Loft

(Ongoing)

Five men’s dreams come crashing down tumultuously when a woman’s dead body is found in a shared penthouse that the friends bought to play out fantasies. This thriller stars Karl Urban and James Marsden as two of the poor miscreants who must prove themselves innocent.

 

Project Almanac

(ongoing)

Time travel goes horribly wrong when a couple juvenile delinquents stumble upon blueprints for a time machine. Newcomers Sofia Black D’Elia and Allen Evangelista have a lot to prove to moviegoers in this found footage venture this weekend.

 

The Show Against Humanity

(Friday 1/30 Midnight)

The Improv Asylum is putting on its wildly successful play-off of Cards Against Humanity, featuring Main Stage actors and alum. Tickets are $10 through Robsham ticketing office.

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