One-Handed Superstars And Tales Of Love Ease The Transition To February

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Saturday, January 30 through Sunday, February 21: There's having friends who are more successful than you, and then there's channeling your angst into an excellent play that in the end makes you better than everyone else, especially when you include includes elements of bestiality in it. Such is the story of The Four of Us, showing at Theater J. [Theater J]


  • Saturday, January 30: Spend Saturday night with Marty McFly, Doc and the DeLorean at the midnight showing of Back to The Future at E Street Cinema. [E Street Cinema]

  • Sunday, January 31: The Grammy's are on this weekend, and, for those of you who can't wait to see if the Jonas Brothers win, or who simply want/need a reason to drink on Sunday night, head to Maddy's Bar & Grille for their free Grammy Party. Show starts at 8PM and rails drinks, house wines and draft beers will run $4 all night long. [Maddy's Bar & Grille]
  • Saturday, January 30 and Sunday, January 31: Famous one-handed pianist Leon Fleisher, who, have no fear, has two hands but plays the piano with only his left hand, will be performing Russian music at Strathmore this weekend. [Strathmore]
  • Saturday, January 30 through Sunday, February 28: In this time of economic fragility, why not see The Miser, a play about what happens when we value money above everything else? (Yes, this is one of those witty, creative tales of love conquers all). [Clark Street Playhouse]
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