thursday, 14 

thursday, 14

Eons-old Greek tales, a 4,000-gallon pool of water, and director Cookie Ewing's decades of experience combine for Metamorphoses, a modern interpretation of Ovid's myths, opening tonight at the University of Memphis Mainstage, $15 adults, $10 students. Also at the U of M, in the Harris Concert Hall, is the ensemble Sound Fuzion at 8 p.m. Author Janis Kearney will be at the Civil Rights Museum 5:30-7:30 p.m. tonight to discuss Cotton Field of Dreams, her memoir about growing up a sharecropper's child in the Arkansas delta. The Memphis Redbirds play the New Orleans Zephyrs at AutoZone Park tonight at 7:05 p.m.

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