Friday, 15 

Friday, 15

Art openings: Works by Pam and John Wagner at Then & Again; "This Is Serious Business," senior thesis projects from Rhodes College students at Clough-Hanson Gallery; a BFA Exhibition by University of Memphis students at 387 S. Main; and "Form and Function," African art at Jay Etkin Gallery. German playwright Heiner Mueller's vivid takes on Hamlet and Medea addressed topics such as Communism and Nazism; the New Moon Company is retrofitting Mueller's Hamletmachine, Despoiled Shore Madeamaterial Landscape with Argonauts for the Iraq war and will be showing tonight and tomorrow night as well as next Friday and Saturday at TheatreWorks. The FedExForum hosts the Gaither Homecoming Concert, four hours of gospel music and comedy. Stop by Burke's Book Store this evening, 7 p.m., for artist Dolph Smith's signing of The Penland Book of Handmade Books, a study of works by bookbinders and papermakers. Plante: How It Looks

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