Game Night at the dry bar, All We Can See From Here, and moreMicco Caporale, Kerry Reid and Salem Collo-Julinon November 10, 2022 at 11:14 pm

Every Thursday night Bendición Dry Bar and Bottle Shop (2540 W. Division), a place for alcohol-free spirits and mocktails, hosts a game night for those looking for a sober community. Cards and games are available at the shop, though you’re welcome to bring your own! Game nights run from 5-8 PM. (MC)

Cat McKay’s play Plaid as Hell continues tonight at 8 PM in a Babes With Blades production hosted at Factory Theater (1623 W. Howard). Reader theater and dance editor Kerry Reid wrote about the presentation for last Friday’s Agenda; check out her words here. Christina Casano directs, with fight and intimacy choreography by Maureen Yasko. Plaid as Hell runs through 11/19 , Wed-Sat 8 PM, Sun 3 PM; tickets are $35 ($28 seniors and students) and proof of vax is required. Recommended for 18+. Information and reservations at (SCJ)

Choreographer and visual artist Ginger Krebs presented a work-in-progress excerpt of All We Can See From Here outdoors this past June. Tonight at 8 PM, Krebs unveils the full-length version of this “ritual of interdependence” involving four dancers (Krebs, Kennedy Alexandria, Lauren Kunath, and Andy Slavin) as part of Steppenwolf’s LookOut series (1650 N. Halsted). The quartet creates a succession of symmetrical interlocking shapes with their bodies. The catch is that “a geometric diagram on the floor designates the performance’s zone of operations, where resources are equally distributed and everyone has committed to stay and ‘work it out,’” requiring real-time recalibration. The performance also includes drone videography by Justin Lynk, sound by Joseph Kramer, and costumes by Sky Cubabub of Rebirth Garments. The performance continues Fri-Sat 8 PM; tickets are $20 at (KR)

Tonight’s for the punks! At 8:30 PM, two touring bands will share the stage at One City Tap (3115 S. Archer): bratty skate punks Twompsax and DIY-supergroup-posing-as-basement punks Dollhouse. Opening for them are an ESG cover band and local queer punks Private Life, who debuted at Don’t Panic Records’s anniversary party at Subterranean in September. This show will definitely get your feet stomping. You must be 21 or older, and it’s $10-$15 at the door. (MC)

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