A Capella, Dance Showcase, and Bradley Cooper’s ‘Burnt’ This Weekend In Arts

Acoustics Halloween Invitational

(Friday, 7 P.M.)

Boston College’s Acoustics and Dynamics, Boston University’s Treblemakers, and Fairfield University’s Bensonians will join forces Friday night in McGuinn 121. Admission to the a capella coalition is free.

Bostonians Halloween Invitational

(Friday, 7 P.M.)

The Bostonians, BC B.E.A.T.S., and Emerson’s Acapellics Anonymous will come together Friday evening in Cushing 001. It’ll be a spooky night full of singing and scares. Admission to the event is free.

‘BUG’

(Thursday-Sunday)

BC’s Contemporary Theatre will be putting on BUG in the Bonn Studio Theatre. Peter, a Gulf War veteran, and Agnes, a waitress with a cocaine habit, are brought together in a seedy Oklahoma City motel room for a night of terror.

‘Burnt’

(Opens Friday)

Chef Adam Jones loses his Paris restaurant because of his abusive drug usage and erratic behavior. Jones moves to London in an attempt to rebuild himself and his career, hoping to eventually open a new restaurant in Paris.

Dance Showcase 

(Friday, 7 P.M.)

The South East Asian Student Association and Conspiracy Theory will be hosting a dance showcase this Friday evening in the Heights Room. F.I.S.T.S., Full Swing, and Synergy will also be performing at the event.

Open-Mic Spooktacular

(Thursday, 7 P.M.)

The BC Music Guild will be holding an Open-Mic Night Spooktacular Thursday night in the Vanderslice Cabaret Room. Attendees are encouraged to come in costume. Anyone is welcome to perform.

‘Our Brand Is Crisis’

(Opens Friday)

American political strategist Jane Bodine (Sandra Bullock) is hired by a Bolivian presidential candidate who has dipped heavily in the election’s polls. The opposing candidate, however, is brewing up his own team of elite strategists.

Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

(Opens Friday)

Boy Scouts Ben, Carter, and Augie find the true meaning of friendship when their town is overrun by an infestation of zombies. Together, the three boys have to figure out of how to stay alive and save the day.

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