Scout Picks: Gone Fishin’

IMG_8737Locally sourced seafood and beebop, after the jump.


Playhouse Creatures by April DeAngelis Closes
3:00 pm, $22
The Factory Theatre, 791 Tremont St

Maiden Phoenix Theatre Company is proud to present its inaugural show, Playhouse Creatures by April DeAngelis. This riveting play explores the struggles, endurance, and hope of the first actresses on the stage in the English Restoration.
It explores the lives they lived and the trials they overcame, gracing the stage as the first women permitted to perform Shakespeare’s heroines in the 1660s. This heartfelt, sometimes bawdy, portrayal features famous figures of the 17th century, including Doll Common, Mary Betterton, and the Earl of Rochester.mpt *warning some frontal nudity*

Wicked Local Pop-Up Dinner
7:30 – 10:30 pm, $50
TBD Foods, 437 broadway ave,

Join us for a 3-course dinner featuring only local produce, meats and dairy.   All dishes will be prepared from scratch, made by hand only using the finest ingredient found at the areas local farmers markets.  With meat being sourced from local farms, and any fish sourced from New Deal Fish Market in Cambridge.  Dinner will be served at 7:30 pm, so feel free to arrive around 7ish to get settled in and enjoy a beverage or two.

Jacob William Trio
8 – 9:30 pm, $10
The Green Room, 62 Bow St.

Bassist Jacob William is a fixture of the area avant/free jazz scene, and for this show he’ll be joined by veteran drummer and frequent collaborator Laurence Cook, who he calls an “elder statesman of the improvised music scene,” and by saxophonist Jason Robinson, who has performed and recorded with artists as varied as Rudresh Mahanthappa, Toots & the Maytals and the San Francisco Mime Troupe.


The Somerville Flea
10 am – 4 pm
Davis Square Flea, 40 Holland St,

Summer is running out! Get it while the getting’s good!