Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
Animated film, based on Jacques Tardi’s graphic novel of the same title. Sci-fi adventure set in an alternate steampunk universe.
The Halloran Centre
A day in the lives of two convenience clerks named Dante and Randal as they annoy customers, discuss movies, and play hockey on the store roof. Arrive early for drink specials and pre-movie activities..
Howard Vance Guitar Academy
Renaissance music and costumes sneak preview of scheduled performances at the Mid-South Renaissance Faire at Shelby Farms the
last two weekends of August.
Exhibition of metal work by students from Knowledge Quest and Metal Museum partnership program.
"FISH," opening at Crosstown Arts on Friday, is a collaboration between Christopher Reyes, Sarah Fleming, and Laura Jean Hocking (Chris McCoy, the Flyer's film
Marie Cecile Anderson and Katy Frame met at a party in Brooklyn. When it was discovered that Anderson plays the ukulele and Frame plays
I know what you're all thinking. What's the difference between a Big, Gay Carwash and just an ordinary-sized Gay Car Wash? The answer is,
If you thought Debbie Litch's performance skills were limited to pre-show speeches about how great it is to buy a subscription to Theatre Memphis,
"Nothing grows in a bed of lies." Ken Zimmerman quotes from Moon Vine, the new play he's mounting at TheatreWorks. "I asked Teri [Feigelson]
We've heard a lot about the perils of Brexit — aka Britain's exit from the European Union — aka the EU. We've witnessed the
Have you ever wished you could see Memphis through the eyes of a tourist? Or maybe through beer goggles? Or better still, through the
"I started stand-up in 1987," says Billy Gardell. The transplanted Floridian got his start onstage during the height of the '80s stand-up boom and