In Joe Penhall's Love and Understanding a couple's relationship is tested when a friend comes to town for a surprise visit. Reader contributor Suzanne Scanlon writes, "Freud required three to play out his family romance, and here it's all we need for drama that is surprising even in its predictability." It closes tonight.
The Lifeline Storytelling Project, a writer's workshop that also features live readings and music, happens tonight at Red Line Tap. In this edition, John Szymanski and Morgan Foster perform.
Strange Beauty Show presents a gallery of hand-painted Ghanaian barbershop signs from the the last few decades and today in the exhibit "Sportin' Waves." The signage ranges from oddly beautiful and curious to downright strange, but it's art nonetheless. Enjoy the collection while listening to Ghanaian, Nigerian, and Jamaican music from Rad Brian and Impala Sound.
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