It’s Pride, Pride, Pride, but in breaks from Pride, here’s what we’re up to this weekend:
Cristiano – Pride is like Christmas for me, and since watching men square-dancing has the same effect on me as staring for hours at the fireplace [awesome!], I think I’ll be busy on Saturday. But on Sunday the ’90s Simpsons Trivia Night & Watch Party at the Knockout, 3223 Mission St is a sort of local date that I never miss. And there’s also the East Bay Brass Band at Brick and Mortar. That’s just a “must go”.
Laura – I’ll be filming at the tail-feather-shaking Red Poppy Art House rent-raising benefit party. If you’re a fan of MAPP or Red Poppy in general, drop a few dollars and bust a move on Saturday evening from 6 to 10 to help them make July’s rent.
And for any film geeks out there, there’s an opening reception for the screening of the silent film Spin Tactics, made with the creative use of vinyl records and turntable performances, on Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m. Plot twist: The film will be screened in the dime-sized peephole theater installed at 280 Orange Alley.
Lydia – Z-Space is showing – From the Bubble at its one-minute play festival – on Saturday and Sunday and we’ve got tickets for Saturday. I hope its funny.
Emma – Dark Room Theater is having a Twilight Zone parody show tonight and tomorrow night from 8 to 9:15 p.m. Tickets are $20.