A Cappella, JUICE, and Hunger Games This Weekend In Arts

‘Big Love’

(Thursday—Sunday, 7:30P.M.)

Watch the Boston College Theatre Department perform Big Love this weekend in Robsham. This love story combines comedy and drama while tackling issues of today.

Heightsmen Fall Cafe

(Friday, 6:30P.M.)

Join BC’s all-male a cappella group this Friday night for the Heightsmen Fall Cafe. Featuring a full range of genres from classic Billy Joel to today’s R&B hits, The Heightsmen will host their first show of the year in Devlin 008.

Stix and Stones

(Friday 7P.M.)

This Friday, grab a seat in Gasson 305 for a can’t miss a cappella collaboration. Be there to hear the Bostonians and Acoustics team up to sing some popular songs at this season’s highly anticipated show.

Juice @ Lansdowne Pub

(Friday, 7P.M.)

Break out of the BC bubble for this live show at the Lansdowne Pub just yards away from historic Fenway Park. The band will play original tracks and inventive covers at a pep rally in preparation for the big BC vs. ND game.

Asinine Presents: Faces for Radio!

(Friday, 7:30pm)

This weekend, Fulton 511 is your destination for original comedy. On Friday, BC’s Asinine Sketch and Improv Comedy group will present their free “Faces for Radio” fall show.

Dropkick Murphys

(Sunday 11A.M.)

Watch The Dropkick Murphys perform at this year’s Fenway Hurling Classic & Irish Festival. Head into the city for this celebration of music, sports, and Irish culture.

‘Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2’

(Opens Friday)

Katniss Everdeen and her closest friends fight the sinister President Snow to protect the people of Panem in Mockingjay Part II. Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson star in this week’s big box office release.

‘The Good Dinosaur’

(Opens Wednesday)

After a meteor misses its mark and fails to wipe out the entire dinosaur population, Arlo is separated from his family and must find his way back home in Pixar’s newest animated movie.

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