April 7, 2016 at 3:00 pm EDT | by Stephen Rutgers
This Week’s Arts Hot Hits & Hidden Jewels (April 7)

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(Courtesy of the Strathmore)

An Evening with Molly Ringwald
Apr 8. AMP by Strathmore.
For more info click HERE.

Since 2013, this triple-threat actress, author, and musician has been on the road with her quartet supporting her debut album, Except Sometimes. Expect a sultry set of jazz standards plus a nod to her acting days with a jazz rendition of The Breakfast Club classic, “Don’t You (Forget About Me).”

The Nether
Thru May 1. Woolly Mammoth.
For more info click HERE.

In 2050, when Earth is a gray wasteland, how will humanity escape? Enter the Nether: an immersive wonderland offering users beauty, order, and the ability to satisfy their desires—no matter how disturbing—away from “real world” scrutiny. A modern crime drama that hacks into urgent questions of desire, technology, and morality.

Josephine/After Life
Thru Apr 9. UrbanArias at Atlas.
For more info click HERE.

Master composer Tom Cipullo returns to UrbanArias with a 90-minute double bill: Josephine (Josephine Baker) and After Life (Gertrude Stein and Pablo Picasso).

Architecture Week: Firm Crawl
Apr 8. District Architecture Center at Cox Graae & Spack Architects.
For more info click HERE.

Join fellow students, architects and design enthusiasts for a unique opportunity to visit three award-winning architecture firms: Hickok Cole Architects, Shalom Baranes and Associates, and cox graae + spack architects. Participants will be able to get an inside glimpse at the firms, and enjoy refreshments while learning about each firm’s design process.

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