Seven in Heaven 2/2-2/5
Published: Thursday, February 2, 2012
Updated: Monday, August 27, 2012 16:08
1. Kill the Noise at Bottom Lounge, 2/4
As part of their ongoing 18+ Bass Kitchen events, Bottom Lounge welcomes up-and-coming electro dubstepper, Kill the Noise. This new, rising name in the EDM scene recently released his first EP, "Kill Kill Kill," on OWSLA, the label belonging to none other than Skrillex. Check out www.bottomlounge.com for tickets and info.
2. Valentine's Speed Dating: The Vow at DePaul Student Center, 2/6
Participating in this speed dating event presented by Radio DePaul and DAB will win you tickets to "The Vow." It might even, you know, get you hooked up with your one valentine too. Go here for more info.
3. The Theatre School presents "Lie of the Mind" at Merle Reskin Theatre, 2/3-2/12
The DePaul Theatre school brings this dark and tragic love story to the stage. For mature audiences only, this tale blurs reality and fantasy after horrifying abuse destroys a marriage. Go to theatreschool.deaul.edu for more info.
4. The GlitterGuts Dance Punk Circus at the Metro, 2/4
More than a dozen bands, rappers and DJs flood the Metro for this 18+ GlitterGuts celebration. As with any other of their events, they're posting up a GlitterGuts photo booth to remember the night. Besides acts including White Mystery and Perfect Kiss, there will be an Underground Dollar Store and other pop-up stores. Check out www.metrochicago.com for more.
5. Big Colour with Magic City and Ballroom Boxer at Hard Rock Café, 2/2
This all ages show is a Chicago band showcase. It even features some of our own: members of Ballroom Boxer are DePaul alums. For $5, it'll be worth eating some nice grub and supporting a fellow Demon. Check this out for more info.
6. "Unnecessary Fare" at Mayslake Peabody Estate, 2/1-¾
For the suburbanites near Oak Brook, check out the Chicago debut of this play by First Folio Theatre. This fast paced and quick witted show has been described as "laugh ‘til you weep comedy." Nothing wrong with that. Go to www.firstfolio.org for more.
7. "Clutter: The True Story of the Collyer Brothers Who Never Threw Anything Out" at Greenhouse Theater Center, 2/2-5
The play outlines the true story of a wealthy, Fifth Avenue family who become hoarders in their mansion during the 1920s Harlem Renaissance. This stage play offers a insight look into extreme human behavior. Visit www.greenhousetheater.org for more.