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The Gays Liberate Kansas While Everyone Else Dances

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Tonight, Friday, March 19: If God is dead and Obama is sticking around this weekend to make sure of it, there's really never been a better time to indulge in hedonistic activities: Go out, get extremely drunk, curse the heavens and dance all night long to the DJ duo Make The Girl Dance as part of Francophonie 2010. Tickets are $30. [Postal Museum]


  • Tonight, Friday, March 19: Ever wondered what's the matter with Kansas, because, ya know, they eat babies there, FOR BREAKFAST? If yes, go see the film What's the Matter With Kansas, that's playing this weekend at E Street Cinema. The director and the author of the book the film is based on will be at the 7:30PM and 10PM screenings tonight. [E Street Cinema]
  • Tonight, Friday, March 19 through Sunday, March 21: The Gay Men's Chorus is putting on an all male, all gay, highly flamboyant production of everyone's favorite high school love story, Grease. It's definitely a must-see event. [Lisner Auditorium]
  • Tonight, Friday, March 19 through Sunday, April 4: What do meat pies, blood, rape, and barbers have in common? NOTHING, expect for the fact that the play Sweeney Todd somehow combines all of them into a strange yet excellent play that is currently being performed at the Signature Theater. [Signature Theater]
  • Closing, Sunday, March 21: Andy Warhol: Good For The Jews, a play that explores Jews in their natural habitat, closes this Sunday. See it, because it's a really interesting story about Andy Warhol and the profound effect art can have on faith, and because we're sure you're just dying to find out the answer to this most puzzling of questions. [Theater J]
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