Saturday, March 8, 2008

Saturday's Goings-On

If it's raining and miserable in Providence, it must be Saturday. Hang in there.

The Avon has Four Months, Three Weeks, Two Days (Saturday matinée at 12:30 and 5:00; evening shows at 7:15 and 9:35) and No Country for Old Men (this afternoon at 2:40 and again tonight at midnight).

AS220's indoor farmers' market is still kickin' it in the afternoons. Let the good times, rural and rough-edged, keep on going with a show of fiddlers, pluckers, and tremulous crooners at 9:pm.

It's your last chance to see the Trinity Consortium's Figaro. It's so good you should see it twice: at 2:pm and again at 8:.

Cable Car's website hasn't been updated recently, but the Phoenix has them showing The Trials of Henry Kissinger at 7:15 and The Pianist at 9:35 tonight and tomorrow.

The Black Rep is in its final weekend of The Bluest Eye.

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