Barron Storey displays paintings side by side with their source image from his journal. Reception Sat 5/11, 5-8 PM.
Robb Stone presents multidisciplinary work inspired by social media and mainstream news. Reception Sat 5/11, 5-8 PM.
Four painters explore the relationship between human experiences and the natural world. Reception 5/17, 7-9 PM.
A family-friendly show about a young girl who discovers a bears' house in the woods. $12
Garbage World features a series of works that are new, in progress, or that don't fit in traditional productions. $5 suggested donation
Feingold presents her new book, Happy Endings, New Beginnings: Navigating Postpartum Disorders.
Stories, monologues, and more by this all-female comedy troupe. $10 suggested donation
Paintings and works on paper from the New York abstractionist. Reception Fri 4/12, 5:30-8 PM.
At the Briar Street Theatre since 1997, the cobalt zanies have added wizard-worthy tricks to an already potent mix of visual puns, physical stunts, and cultural commentary. The latest edition conjures up a 2.5-D universe, giant "GiPads" that perform outsized multitasking, and Lady Gaga hat spin-offs. The same subversive spirit fuels the show's still-potent signature bits, including splatter-crazed "paint drumming." The secret of their cerulean success? Understanding that laughter and thought can be BFFs. —Lawrence Bommer $49-$59