What to do tonight: 10/15


8 p.m., Production Workshop (TF Green Hall), free

What happens when robots attain phenomenological capacity? Find out at PW’s technologically innovative production, including man and machine performers. “Heddatron” runs tonight, Sunday and Monday at 8 p.m. and tomorrow at 7 and 10 p.m. Get tickets here.

Brown Animal Rights Club open mic

7:30, Barus and Holley 168, $3

Enjoy Divine Rythm and Amira Belly Dance performances and vegan snacks while helping raise money to bring Gene Baur — founder of the first-ever farm animal haven / rescue organization Farm Sanctuary– to campus.

Flood relief dance party

9 P.M., RISD tap room, $4 suggested donation

Flood the dance floor to raise money for  flood relief in Pakistan. If you can’t make it tonight, the party continues at Local 121 at 11 p.m. tomorrow.

Orchestra Concert

8 P.M., Sayles Hall, $3 at door with Brown ID

The Brown University Orchestra makes its first appearance this semester with Barber, Perry and Tchaikovsky. Inspired by the movie scores that constitute Perry’s “The Silent Years: Three Rhapsodies for Piano and Orchestra,” conductor Paul Phillips has arranged the world premiere rendition of this piece with silent films in the background. Immerse yourself in this multi-sensory experience tonight or tomorrow at the same time.

Brown Opera Productions presents “Gianni Schicchi”

8 P.M.-9 P.M., Alumnae Hall, free

The famous Italian comedy runs tonight and tomorrow at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. No need to reserve tickets, but just in case you can email brownoperaproductions@gmail.com.

More events going on tonight (sorry, not everything can go here, but check these out yourself): contra and folk dance, Out of Bounds sketch comedy, hockey fan fest

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