What to do tonight: 3/20

A Night of Sex, Toys & Cabaret Featuring The Wet Spots

9 p.m. Salomon 101

The internationally acclaimed comedic cabaret duo The Wet Spots will entertain and perhaps shock the audience with “the most elegant songs about sex you have ever heard,” according to their Web site. Perhaps the husband and wife team will even perform selections from their 2006 album “Hello Kinky.” This event will wrap up Sex Week with the announcement of erotica competition winners and sex toy raffles.

Last chance to hear “A Thousand Voices”

Until 10 p.m. Leeds Breezeway

Have you ever wondered what people are really thinking as they casually answer the question “how are you?” with “good,” “fine,” “not bad” or a slew of other conventional responses? The student group Listening Laboratory has collected recordings of Brown students and other Providence-dwellers responding introspectively to an inquiry loaded with social pressures. The installation will remain outside Leeds Theater for one more day, then next month you will have to travel to Baltimore, MD to experience it in the Megapolis Festival for auditory art.

Brown Chorus Concert

8 p.m. Sayles Hall, free

The chorus’s first concert of the semester features the Providence College Choir ‘I Cantori’ under the direction of Todd J. Harper. The reportoire includes songs by Samuel Barber, Julian Wachner, Rachmaninoff, Evett, Jannequin, Monteverdi, Purcell and Eric Whitacre.

The Turn of the Screw

8 p.m. Alumnae Hall, free

Experience the haunting visuals and eerie English score of Brown Opera Production’s 2010 performance. On the other hand, you may just want to vigilantly stare out your window tonight in hope of catching a glimpse of Extraterrestrial Abductions Day.

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