IMPROVidence “Cuteness Show”
9:00 p.m. Lower Salomon, $1
Perhaps Brown and RISD’s oldest comedy improvisation troupe will entertain us with an explanation why this performance’s advertisements feature clothed puppies in awkward positions and information presented in instant message (non)grammar.
Africa for Haiti Benefit Concert
8:30 p.m. Sayles Hall, $10 Brown / $15 public
West African music and dance troupe Komee Josee and New Works/World Traditions Dance Ensemble will perform to raise money for disaster relief.
Pulse with it
7:00 p.m.–8:30 p.m. Alumnae Hall, $5 at post office / $7 at door
ImPulse Dance Company is sharing the stage with Brown’s Unnatural Selection, HellooHi and URI’s Aesthetic Flo for a hip-hop dance extravaganza. A free after party in South Wayland Lounge will follow at 10:00 p.m. for those who care to listen to ImPulse’s Remyx Album or just can’t get enough of them.
BCA Speakeasy Sessions
10:00 p.m.-2:00 a.m. Grad Center Lounge, free
The Brown Concert Agency is throwing a party that showcases four new student bands and six DJs with a wide range of musical styles. The night’s line-up is, in order, Behaviors, Kid Chocolate, The Unintentions, Release, Redscare and Spoletto. Discover the potential rock stars and hip-hop artists of the future!
Speaking of futures, make sure your teeth are in for a good one on National Dentist Day.