friday, 21 

friday, 21

Tapestry: The Music of Carole King opens tonight at the Harrell Performing Arts Theatre in Collierville. Our Own Voice Theatre Company s production of Ballet for Aliens and the Alienated opens at TheatreWorks. And Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune opens at Sleeping Cat Studio. There are several art openings tonight. They are at: Automatic Slim s for an exhibit of works by Adam Geary; Christian Brothers University for the Potter s Guild and Weaver s Guild Exhibition; Jay Etkin Gallery for Transitions, mixed media work by Deborah Brown; and at Midtown Artist Market for a show of paper mache masks by Diana Morgan. Next door to the MAM at Sip Coffee and Conversations, there are yet more masks at Mardi Gras for MIFA, a fund-raiser featuring an auction of Mardi Gras-theme artworks by some 20 artists, along with gumbo, red beans and rice, and wine. At Buckman Performing and Fine Arts Center, tonight s Mystical Arts of Tibet features the multiphonic singers of Drepung Loseling Monastery. Down in Tunica, you can hear Jeffrey Osborne at the Grand Casino; Cheap Trick (fabulous) at Gold Strike Casino; and Daryl Hall & John Oates at the Horseshoe Casino. Here at home, Chris Parker is at CafÇ Zanzibar. Clanky s Nub and The Alphabetical Order are at the Hi-Tone. And Jim Duckworth s Action Figures are at Murphy s.


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