‘The Vagina Monologues’
(Thursday-Sunday, 8 P.M.)
The 2015 Vagina Monologues is coming back to Cushing 001 this weekend. Eve Ensler’s monumentally successful show has grown into a perennial event at BC, discussing issues of female anatomy with a touch of humor. Tickets are $10 through the Robsham Box Office.
(Saturday, 7 P.M.)
BC’s South Asian Student Association presents its 18th annual culture show: Parivaar. There will be both a vocal performance and a dance incorporated into this celebration of South Asian culture. Tickets are $10 and can be found at the Robsham Box Office.
Night at the Revolutionary Cafe
(Sunday, 7 P.M.)
The Organization of Latin American Affairs welcomes all to its second open mic night of the year. This Sunday’s show will have a poetry feature, with the idea of promoting free expression at BC. Open Mic sign-ups start at 6:40 and admission is free.
Traffic Light Party
(Saturday, 9 P.M.)
Love is in the air this Saturday in the Cabaret Room. Check out the party’s Facebook page for guidelines on attire. DJ Nova will be on the turntables and there’s even a rumor of a live Cupid. Tickets are $5 at the door.
‘Motown the Musical’
(Sunday, 6:30 P.M.)
This Tony-nominated musical surrounds the founding of the Motown record label and founder Berry Gordy’s relationship with motown artists of the time. Tickets can be found at The Boston Opera House’s website.
Thomas Ward is the seventh son of a seventh son (think about it) and he has just began his apprenticeship with The Spook. Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore star in this adaptation of the novel The Spook’s Apprentice.
SpongeBob: Sponge Out of Water
The sequel to the epically popular SpongeBob Squarepants: The Movie brings the iconic sponge and his pals out of their depths. Antonio Banderas stars as the nefarious pirate Burger-Beard in this roaring animation.
From the creators of The Matrix comes this sci/fi fantasy starring Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum. Targeted by the Queen of the Universe, Jupiter Jones must fight for her own life, bring down the tyrannical Queen, and deal with other “real world” issues.