1. Watch some wonderful movement at Danceroulette, tonight presenting Triangle Theory, “a dance-driven series of studies mixing craft values with pared down shapes/textures and abstract femme iconography.” (Monday, Roulette, $10)
2. Laugh off the Mondays at the final Divine Comedy of the year, featuring Joe List, Subhah Agarwal, Jeremy Hammond, and Shelby Taylor. (Monday, Two Saints, FREE)
3. Experience queer experimental music and movement at Revolting Grace & Execution, with performances by Aarron Ricks, DOOM MAIDENS, gage of the boone, CRE, Frank M Jones, TAPHARI, Mineko, and more. (Tuesday, The Spectrum, $5–$20 suggested)
4. See the world premiere of a super-strange movie: Werewolf Bitches from Outer Space, the brainchild of author, art star, and famous elf Reverend Jen, co-directed by Troma protégé Dylan Mars Greenberg. (Tuesday, Lucky 13 Saloon, FREE) Correction: this event was held last week, sorry!
5. Support old-school media at the SCAM Magazine 25th Anniversary Issue Launch, with music by Nandas and Sobbeth, readings, presentations, report-backs, “artwashing,” and more. (Wednesday, Wayfarers, $5 suggested)
6. Be flawless at Shades of Burlesque: Give Thanks for ‘Yoncé, featuring Bey-inspired performances by Perle Noire, Sophie Sucré, Essence Revealed, Clementine Dandy, Tutu Toussaint, and Sweet Lorraine. (Wednesday, C’mon Everybody, $15)
7. Get your creative juices flowing at ImageDrink, a group art evening with drawing games and exercises, plus a collaborative, interactive mural — art supplies included. (Thursday, Berg’n, $10)
8. Witness weird and wonderful performances at Force Majeure Vaudeville, including contortionist Amazing Amy, ventriloquist Carla Rhodes, BrukUp dancer Anya Ponya, and more. (Thursday, Cobra Club, $10)
9. Giggle shockingly at Comedy Electric #7, with jokesters Sydnee Washington, Brett Druck, LeClerc Andre, Mike Cross, Rufat Agayev, Malia Sias, and Khalid Rahmaan, plus free drinks from Magic Punch Surprise. (Friday, Franklin Electric, FREE)
10. Give and get support at GentrifiConversation, a documentary screening, panel discussion, and open conversation about being an ally and supporting marginalized communities in our borough. (Friday, Starr Bar, $5 suggested)
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