Arts, On Campus

‘The Martian,’ Becky G, And Improv Asylum This Week In Arts

Becky G

(Sunday, 7 P.M.)

Latin Pop Singer Becky G and Colombian reggaeton singer J. Balvin will be performing at The Boston House of Blues this weekend. Tickets can be purchased at houseofblues.com/boston leading up to the show.

 

Cristina Pato

(Saturday, 8 P.M.)

Come out to Fenway Park to see Bagpiper, pianist, and composer Cristina Pato perform with the Silk Road Ensemble this Saturday evening. Tickets can be purchased at christinapato.com/events leading up to the program.

 

Freeheld

(Opens Friday)

Following her diagnosis with terminal lung cancer in 2005, New Jersey police officer Laurel Hester (Julianne Moore) goes to great lengths in U.S. courts to attempt to ensure her pension benefits will go to her partner, Stacie Andree (Ellen Page).

 

Improv Asylum

(Friday, 7 P.M.)

Hosted by Boston College’s Campus Activities Board, Boston’s Improv Asylum will be performing its Main Stage Show this Friday in Robsham Theater. Tickets are free and can be picked up before the show at the Robsham Box Office.

 

Joyce Exhibit

(Ongoing)

Come by the John J. Burns in Bapst and check out the ‘Unhemmed As It Is Uneven: Joyce’s Odyssey in Print’ exhibit. The exhibit focuses on the Publication of James Joyce’s Ulysses, Dubliners, Finnegans Wake.

 

The Martian

(Opens Friday)

Mark Watney (Matt Damon), an astronaut, is stranded on Mars and presumed dead after his team evacuates its facility. Now Watney must try to survive on the uninhabitable planet and contact NASA to find a way to get him home.

Outasight

(Friday, 2 P.M.)

Rapper and singer-songwriter Outasight will be performing at the Know Tomorrow Fest at the Boston Common Bandstand this friday afternoon. The Know Tomorrow Fest is a music fest in the Commons trying to raise awareness of environmental protection.

 

The Walk

(Opens Friday)

Robert Zemeckis, director of Forrest Gump and the Back To The Future trilogy, teams up with Joseph Gordon-Levitt to tell the true story of Philippe Petit’s high-wire walk across the top of the World Trade Center.

Featured Image Courtesy of Summit Entertainment

October 1, 2015
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