friday, 15 

friday, 15

Lots of theater and art openings tonight. The Emerald Theatre Company s production of Psycho Beach Party opens at TheatreWorks, a play about a teenage tomboy with split personalities. Amadeus opens at Playhouse on the Square. Barking Dog, Jim Esposito s one-man play about a carnival barker and his life gone wrong, opens at Sleeping Cat Studio. Ma Rainey s Black Bottom opens at Theatre Memphis (not literally, I hope). Tonight s art openings are at: D Edge Art & Unique Treasures for works by Nancy Judy Woods and Mary Mayfair Matthews and Memphis College of Art for an exhibit by Alonzo Davis. If you feel like a little drive, out in Somerville at Court Square Gallery and Framing, there s an opening for a group exhibit called Spring/Summer Sampler by Fayette County artists Ellen McGowan, Keith Webb, Tommy Lynn, and Mark Davis. MAC will be doing makeovers with their new Peacenik cosmetic collection at Goldsmith s Oak Court and Wolfchase today through Sunday. There s a WEVL Benefit Concert tonight at Young Avenue Deli, with music by Vending Machine, Automusik, Bumpercrop, and Snowglobe. Leftover Salmon is at the New Daisy. The Memphis Grizzlies are playing the Boston Celtics tnight at The Pyramid. There s live jazz by The River City Jazz Society at the Ivy. And, as always, The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge tonight.

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