2012-07-16/22 Weekly LOVIEE

Very short list this week. I’ve had almost no time to put this together. Hopefully by the weekend I’ll have more time to put a better quality listing together for next month and next week.

Continuing This Week

Tamarie Cooper’s Doomsday Revue presented by Catastrophic Theatre, DiverseWorks, 1117 East Freeway, all shows Wed-Sat 8pm, pay-what-you-can. As described by the company’s website: “Tamarie Cooper’s DOOMSDAY REVUE (The Greatest Musical Ever!) is a celebration of our imminent destruction. From apocalyptic predictions, adolescent embarrassment, zombies, pestilence, and famine to global warming, astronomical catastrophes, technological collapse, and the Barbie Sex Boat – no one is safe from whatever comes next. So grab your bug out bag and prepare for the best.” This play is for mature audiences. 12-DOOMSDAY

Through Saturday 07-21

FrenetiCore presents Memoriam, Thu pay-as-you-judge, Fri-Sat $15 advance/$20 at door, 5102 Navigation, 8pm. From the FrenetiCore website: “A dance theater collaboration between composer/conceptual artist Robert Thoth, choreographer Rebecca French and the dance artists of FrenetiCore. MEMORIAM tells the story of a young woman trapped within a set of traumatic memories that she is doomed to repeat. Wry. Brutal. Heartbreaking.” Advance tickets available online. 12-MEMORIAM

Friday 07-20

Life as Lions/Featherface/Soapbox Revolution/Suns Collide, Warehouse Live, 813 St. Emanuel, doors 8pm, $8/$10. Life as Lions is a local rock act featuring Keaton Branch (formerly of Keaton Branch and the Figure Eight). 12-W29-1

Saturday 07-21

Role A|F|M presents: Ceremony Art Show & Market, Concert, and Summer Beach Party, War’Hous Visual Studios, 4715 Main, 7pm-1am, no cover. Live performances from The Factory Party, Glasnost, and Night Drive; with special guest DJs Ceeplus Bad Knives and Damon Allen. Featuring new art by: Jamie Mayes, J. Walker, Gus Rodriguez, Annette Palmer, Brandy Black, Penny McDonald, Johnnie Rosales Jr., Nikita Underwood, Eric Harker, Barbara Harmer, Sam Sullivan, Dianne Webb, Brian Gerb, Valerie Gudell, Daniel Elliott, Leosapien, and others TBA. 12-W29-2

Radio Ark/The Black Rose/Spence, The Mink, 3704 Main, doors 8pm/show 9pm, $5. Rock and alt-rock acts (The Black Rose is a Black Crowes tribute band). (The 9pm slot for this show is still listed as TBA as of press time.) 12-W29-3