This week’s featured theater, music, nightlife, art, and literature happenings.[Theater, Wed. - Fri.] American Repertory Theater Institute performers are showing “Bob: A Life in Five Acts” is a quirky rags-to-riches-to-fame-to-fall-to-legacy-to-the-love-of-living-life tale at Oberson. [$15]
[Literature, Wed.] The best-selling author of 18 novels, including Sing You Home, Nineteen Minutes and My Sister’s Keeper, reads from her latest offering, Lone Wolf, at Coolidge Corner Theatre. [$5]
[Nightlife, Wed.] Dance to all sorts of underground house music at Phoenix Landing as Re:Set brings Adam Collins and Bobby Nakib to the decks with resident DJ Randy Deshaies. [$5, 19+]
[Theater, Thurs. - Mon.] At the Boston Conservatory, The Full Monty is a blockbuster musical following a group of unemployed steel workers who find a daring way to make some quick cash. [$10-$25]
[Poetry, Thurs.] Boston Poet Laureate Sam Cornish joins forces with Roxbury Repertory Theater to create a moving performance piece from selected poems and prose at the Boston Public Library. [Free]
[Nightlife, Thurs.] GLOW Boston is bringing a night of international dance music to Think Tank. [$15, 18+]
[Music, Fri.] Multi-award-winning singer-songwriter Rose Cousins’ third album, We Have Made A Spark, braves weight topics in her trademark bluesy-folk style at Club Passim. [$15]
[Nightlife, Fri.] White Rabbit brings the rave to Boston at Rise. After-hours until 6 a.m.[$15, 18+]
[Celeb, Sat.] Rapper Maino will be doing a meet-and-greet and Laced Boston.
[Nightlife, Sun.] Get up for Tastycake, Boston’s signature disco party at Middlesex Lounge. [Free, 21+]
Compiled by Angela Bray and Kristin Baker (Suffolk PAO director).