Friday, 30 

Friday, 30

And there are yet more art and theater openings. The hilarious A Tuna Christmas opens at Playhouse on the Square, while A Christmas CaroL opens at Theatre Memphis. Tonight s South Main Trolley Art Tour -- with free trolley rides, champagne, and tours of the neighborhood s numerous galleries and shops -- includes openings at Jay Etkin Gallery, for Studies in Light & Water by Adam Shaw; and at 385 S. Main, for the University of Memphis A.R.T.S. organization, which is hosting its annual auction of work by students, faculty, and other area artists. Elsewhere, there are openings at Lisa Kurts Gallery, for Nostra Munera, recent paintings by Wade Hoefer; at the Art Museum of the University of Memphis, for the Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition by Yancey Allison, Johnny Park, and Bonnie Thornborough; at Grace Place gallery, for Sojourner by Jeni Stallings; and in Arlington, Tennessee, where this weekend s Progressive Art Show features home/studio tours hosted by Deborah Fagan Carpenter, Angela Mullikin, and Jimmy Crosthwait. Also in Arlington, there s a Holiday Pottery Show and Sale at Stark Country Studio and Gallery, featuring the work of potter Agnes Stark. The Memphis Grizzlies take on Houston tonight at The Pyramid. Maxwell is at The Orpheum. The Memphis Soul Revue with Valencia Jazz is at Isaac Hayes. CYC is at the Map Room. And The Chris Scott Band is at the Poplar Lounge.

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