Friday, Feb. 10
Directed by David W. Halsell, this documentary examines the emergence of the Spokane punk scene in the early ’80s.
7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
$6 with student ID, $8 general admission
Grand Illusion Cinema
1403 NE 50th St.
Stand-up comedian Cease has performed in his own Comedy Central one-hour special, in addition to appearances on late-night TV and in movies like “10 Things I Hate About You.”
1303 NE 45th St.
Saturday, Feb. 11
Sound Off! Semifinals
The first round of the Experience Music Project’s annual underage battle of the bands will feature groups from Bainbridge Island, Tacoma, and Seattle playing music as diverse as folk, hip-hop, and surf-rock.
$8 with student ID, $12 general admission
Experience Music Project
325 5th Ave. N.
The UW Undergraduate Theatre Society presents a dance to commemorate what could be the last prom ever (via Mayan premonitions of the apocalypse), even for college students who ostensibly went to their last prom ever back in high school. The event will feature prizes and a live DJ.
Hutchinson Hall, Room 205
Sunday, Feb. 12
The ACT Theatre presents a song cycle written for piano and female voice that tells the story of the 1916 Everett Massacre, a bloody confrontation between police and union members.
700 Union St.
Partington, a classical guitar virtuoso, and other UW faculty members will play a recital featuring the work of Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, and others.
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