Two Sides of the Same Face: A Literary and Psychological Look at Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at Vanderbilt’s Wilson Hall – 6pm
Tennessee Repertory Theatre is pleased to partner with Vanderbilt University’s Master of Liberal Arts and Science Program and Centerstone for a special event focused on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The event will feature scenes from Tennessee Rep’s production of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and panel discussion featuring Jay Clayton and Diana Bellonby (Vanderbilt University Victorian literature scholars), David Zald (Vanderbilt University professor in psychology), and Bob Vero (CEO, Centerstone). You might want to RSVP, as seating is limited.
Play Reading: The Conversation at the Looby Library Branch – 6:45pm
Official description: The Metro Parks Theatre Department’s New Play Reading Series and F.L.A.G. (The Foreign Language Acting Group) invite you to join them on Monday, October 22, when Queen Elizabeth I (Linda Spier) comes face to face with her worse nightmare, the Pirate Queen of Ireland, Gráinne Ni Mháille (Jan Parrish Hendon) (Grace O’Malley for those of you who don’t speak Gaelic) in the first Nashville reading of THE CONVERSATION by St. Louis playwright Dennis Corcoran.
Pizza and Politics Debate Watching Party at Lipscomb’s Shamblin Theatre – 7:15
Pizza will be served at 7:15pm and at 7:30pm attendees will be polled on relevant issues using wireless “clickers” and coordinators will brief the audience on what to watch for during the debate. The October 22 debate on foreign policy will begin at 8:00pm, and about 9:30pm attendees will complete the poll on relevant issues and a hear panel of experts discuss the candidate’s performance during the debate.
8 off 8th at the Mercy Lounge – 9pm, 21+
Short sets featuring Gabe Dixon, Jason Eskridge, Fuzz Muzz, David Jennings, The Lonely H, Escondido, YUMZAH, Phantom Farmer & Luella and The Sun.
A Conversation with Pearl Cleage at the Nashville Public Library – 11:30am
Bring your lunch and enjoy a discussion with renowned author, poet, playwright and activist Pearl Cleage.Part of an ongoing series “The Conversations at NPL, sponsored by the Special Collections Division. Parking is provided downstairs.
Hospitality in-store at Grimey’s – noon
I’m personally incredibly excited for this in-store. Hospitality is a great new rock band out of Brooklyn, and I dare you to listen to their music and not like it, so don’t miss this.