Here is what you will find in this week’s Wave:
Lake Superior Writers hosts a live marathon read of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice.”
Best Bets include: Grieves at Luce, “Frozen,” a thriller at The Underground, UMD theater presents “Bluefish Cove,” Change of Pace Theater has murder with a menu, Jelloslave plays Sacred Heart Music Center, Morgenstern Trio plays CSS.
Music reviewer Tony Bennett considers Ryan Van Slooten’s album “Victory March” to be barefoot-beach walking music.
Other things of note: Red Star is hosting a viewing party for Trampled By Turtles’ “Live at First Avenue,” Chaperon Records has taken over Teatro Zuccone and Solomon Witherspoon has an album release show on Friday. And if you like comedy and are up for a bit of a hike: comedian Paula Poundstone performs Friday in Grand Rapids.
Also on the internet:
Speaking of “Pride and Prejudice,” sometimes you stumble on things when looking for other things. Here is a(nother) modern take on the novel. It’s Elizabeth Bennet’s vlog! (There is no local connection here. I’m just sharing).