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Cole's converts its performance space into a makeshift movie house for Cinema Minima, which will partner with Cinema Culture to present Celebration of the Grotesque & Morbid—ten short films with a decidedly disturbing disposition.
Folksinger William Elliott Whitmore stops by the Bottom Lounge as he continues to promote his 2011 LP, Field Songs; Samantha Crain opens.
A Class Act, in production at Theater Wit, is based on the life of Broadway songwriter Edward Kleban, who Albert Williams says "left behind a trunkful of quirky, beautifully crafted, unpublished songs that playwrights Linda Kline (Kleban's lover) and Lonny Price use as the basis for their portrait."
For more on these events and others, check out the Reader's daily Agenda page.