Upcoming events for

Week of October 26, 2014

October 26, 1:00pm
Special Premiere Screening!
October 26, 4:00pm
Opens its 29th Season with Far Reaches this October
October 26, 4:30pm
Bari Koral Family Rock Band at Passim
October 26, 4:30pm
Directed by Hou Hsiao-Hsien, Wan Jen and Tseng Chuang-hsiang. With Chen Po-Cheng, Yang Li-Yin Taiwan 1983, 35mm, color, 100 min. Mandarin and Taiwanese with English subtitles
October 26, 5:00pm
(1960) dir William Castle w/Charles Herbert, Jo Morrow, Martin Miner, Rosemary DeCamp, Donald Woods [82 min; 35mm]
October 26, 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Join us as we turn the entire New School of Music into a Halloween wonderland for families to explore.
October 26, 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Join us as we turn the entire New School of Music into a Halloween wonderland for families to explore.
October 26, 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Join us as we turn the entire New School of Music into a Halloween wonderland for families to explore.
October 26, 7:00pm
(1959) dir William Castle w/Vincent Price, Judith Evelyn, Darryl Hickman [82 min; DCP]
October 26, 7:00pm
In 2014, the conventional wisdom is that the album is dead, and that nobody listens to a record the whole way through. Rivers Cuomo figures there's two ways to respond.
October 26, 7:00pm
Directed by Hou Hsiao-Hsien. With Jack Kao, Lim Giong, Hsu Kuei-ying Taiwan/Japan 1996, 35mm, color, 112 min. Mandarin and Taiwanese with English subtitles
October 26, 7:00pm
(1959) dir William Castle w/Vincent Price, Judith Evelyn, Darryl Hickman [82 min; DCP]
October 26, 7:00pm
The Beat Hotel Launches Big Band Series with the Legendary Greg Hopkins & Modern Marvel Brian Thomas
October 26, 8:00pm
Wesley Stace at Passim
October 26, 9:00pm
(1960) dir William Castle w/Charles Herbert, Jo Morrow, Martin Miner, Rosemary DeCamp, Donald Woods [82 min; 35mm]
October 27, 4:30pm
The Robert Brustein Award is named to honor the A.R.T.’s Founding Artistic Director Robert Brustein
October 27, 6:00pm
(1970) dir Albert Maysles, David Maysles w/The Rolling Stones [91 min; 35mm]
October 27, 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Please join us as we welcome John Byrne Cooke as he discusses and signs copies of his memoir, ON THE ROAD WITH JANIS JOPLIN. John was Janis Joplin's road manager from 1967 until her death.
October 27, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes award-winning Boston chef JEREMY SEWELL for a discussion of his book The New England Kitchen: Fresh Takes on Seasonal Recipes, co-authored by Erin Byers Murray.
October 27, 8:00pm
Berklee American Roots Music series made possible by the Sam Eisenson fund for Country music at Berklee
October 27, 8:00pm
JAZZ, FUNK & BLUES
October 27, 8:30pm
(1961) dir William Castle w/Glenn Corbett, Patricia Breslin, Eugenie Leontovich [87 min; 35mm]
October 28, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes professor of political science at Boston College ALAN WOLFE for a discussion of his latest book, At Home in Exile: Why Diaspora Is Good for the Jews.
October 28, 7:00pm
Vote for Boston's Spookiest Queen of Burlesque!
October 28, 7:00pm
Open Mic at Passim
October 28, 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Lissa Warren
October 28, 7:30pm
On Klezwoods: ""An Utterly Unique Circus of Sound" - Boston Metro On Klezperanto: "It's not your [grandpa's] klezmer. Clarinetist Ilene Stahl heads up this whirlwind of a band, which turns klezmer, zydeco, rockabilly and various other ethnic sounds into a dance mix so potent it should carry a warning label." - The Boston Globe
October 28, 8:00pm
Geoff Muldaur at Passim
October 28, 8:00pm
End Of Daze had for me signaled exactly that; an end to a part of my life that was confused, difficult, disastrous, and at times, redemptive.
October 28, 8:00pm
Presented by Independent Film Festival Boston
October 28, 8:00pm
CELTIC BLUEGRASS
October 28, 10:00pm
(1964) dir William Castle w/Joan Crawford, Diane Baker, Leif Erickson [93 min; 35mm]
October 29 (All day) to November 03 (All day)
October 29, 6:00pm
Alan Doyle discusses Where I Belong
October 29, 6:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes musician, songwriter, and lead singer in the Canadian folk-rock band Great Big Sea ALAN DOYLE for a discussion of his memoir, Where I Belong.
October 29, 7:30pm
Don't Hesitate is a stunning new collection of jazz, R&B and folk infused music from Raul Midon
October 29, 7:30pm
Seasonal Regression presents a night of tricks, treats, and hellacious dating stories that’ll have you screaming!
October 29, 8:00pm
The Mr. Fox Halloween Show! The Beat to Host Theatrical Halloween Performance from Boston’s Premier Pop Band
October 29, 8:00pm
The Mr. Fox Halloween Show! The Beat to Host Theatrical Halloween Performance from Boston’s Premier Pop Band
October 29, 8:00pm
Cass McCombs is an American musician who has released seven albums and one EP since 2002.
October 29, 8:00pm
For over 30 years, legendary desert punks the Meat Puppets have carved a unique niche for themselves with an unmistakable blend of cosmic country and punk rock filtered through countless acid trips, dog-eared comic books and their eclectic record collections.
October 29, 8:30pm
(1968) dir Roman Polanski w/Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon, Sidney Blackmer [136 min; DCP]
October 30, 4:00pm
A pianist the New Yorker has described as “playing with unerring sophistication,” Jonathan Bliss will lead a master class for undergraduate musicians.
October 30, 5:00pm
(1960) dir William Castle w/Charles Herbert, Jo Morrow, Martin Miner, Rosemary DeCamp, Donald Woods [82 min; 35mm]
October 30, 5:30pm
EVENT - WHAT AND WHERE
October 30, 7:00pm
(1959) dir William Castle w/Vincent Price, Judith Evelyn, Darryl Hickman [82 min; DCP]
October 30, 7:00pm
Cambridge, Mass. – Lesley University announces an evening with Andrea Davis Pinkney, the New York Times bestselling and award-winning author of more than 30 books for children and young adults, including picture books, novels, works of historical fiction and nonfiction.
October 30, 7:00pm to 8:00pm
"Monster: A Novel of Frankenstein"
October 30, 7:00pm
A macabre and tasteless night of circus, live music, and gore!
October 30, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes local documentarian VAL WANG for a discussion of her book Beijing Bastard: Into the Wilds of a Changing China.
October 30, 7:30pm
Cambridge Historical Tours Boo!
October 30, 7:30pm
When Roberto Fonseca plays, the music seeps from every pore in his body, at times on stage he stands and hammers the piano as if it were a percussion instrument or he grabs a drum and transforms his group into a comparsa
October 30, 8:00pm
Since the summer of 1976 the Fleshtones have been blending rock & roll with R&B, and garage with dance and serving it from town to town across the globe with a smile, a great attitude, and lots of late-night sweat. For years, they've simply called it Super Rock.
October 30, 8:00pm
The World's #1 Instrumental Combo team up with roots-music legend Deke Dickerson.
October 30, 9:00pm
(1960) dir William Castle w/Charles Herbert, Jo Morrow, Martin Miner, Rosemary DeCamp, Donald Woods [82 min; 35mm]
October 30, 10:30pm
A macabre and tasteless night of circus, live music, and gore!
October 31, 9:00am
The World’s Only Curious George Store
October 31, 11:00am
Food & Beverage Theme for costumes DJ Axel Foley spinning tunes from 10-2am
October 31, 3:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes Tufts University professor LEILA TARAZI FAWAZ for a discussion of her book A Land of Aching Hearts: The Middle East in the Great War.
October 31, 4:30pm
Exclusive Area Premiere!
October 31, 7:00pm
Exclusive Area Premiere!
October 31, 7:00pm
A macabre and tasteless night of circus, live music, and gore!
October 31, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes Carnegie Mellon University professor TIMOTHY VERSTYNEN for a discussion of his book Do Zombies Dream of Undead Sheep?: A Neuroscientific View of the Zombie Brain, co-authored by Bradley Voytek
October 31, 7:00pm
Directed by Hou Hsiao-Hsien. With Shu Qi, Chang Chen, Mei Fang Taiwan/France 2005, 35mm, color, 130 min. Mandarin and Taiwanese with English subtitles
October 31, 7:30pm
Friday Night Dancing Halloween Disco at Cambridge Center for Adult Education
October 31, 7:30pm
After crowd-stunning performances this summer at the UFO Festival in Roswell, NM and the Festa del Redentore in Venice, Italy, New England Music Awards nominee Revolutionary Snake Ensemble returns to Regattabar for a costumes-optional Halloween throw-down on Friday October 31st!
October 31, 8:00pm
The secret is officially out. An electronic duo from the Southern-most tip of Africa have gone from one of Dance Music’s best kept secrets to an act tipped by industry tastemakers as the band to watch this year.
October 31, 9:30pm
Directed by Hou Hsiao-Hsien. With Yang Lin, Jack Kao, Yang Fan Taiwan 1987, 35mm, color, 93 min. Mandarin with English subtitles
October 31, 10:00pm
Happy Halloween!
October 31, 10:30pm
A macabre and tasteless night of circus, live music, and gore!
November 01, 2:30pm to 3:00pm
Livesey is a distinguished writer-in-residence at Emerson College.
November 01, 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Celebrate Day of the Dead
November 01, 7:30pm
Cambridge Historical Tours Boo!
November 01, 7:30pm
“Riveting. . . So visceral that words seem almost beside the point.” The Boston Globe
November 01, 8:00pm
It’s an in-the-round evening of songs with impromptu accompaniment and more than a few surprises.
November 01, 8:00pm
So who is Walk The Moon? Petricca, Ray, Maiman, and drummer Sean Waugaman are all Ohio natives in their early 20’s who became acquainted in various ways. Petricca and Ray knew each other as toddlers (their mothers were close friends), Ray and Waugaman had played in bands together, and Petricca met Maiman through the local scene in Cincinnati.
November 01, 9:00pm
This past June, Seattle news and culture blog Seattlest.com posted a review of a show by Walk The Moon. It read like this: “Walk The Moon hit the stage with so much energy that the crowd immediately pushed forward and started dancing. It's refreshing to see a band that's having as much, or more, fun than the people there to see them. They took us back to the days of basement dance parties on hot summer nights, where everyone's just happy to be alive and among friends.”
November 01, 10:30pm
“Riveting. . . So visceral that words seem almost beside the point.” The Boston Globe