A clip from YPAS students Matthew Rivera and Evan Sennetts Everythings Relative, set to screen on Saturday night.
A clip from YPAS students’ Matthew Rivera and Evan Sennett’s “Everything’s Relative,” set to screen on Saturday night.

Things to do: Nov. 15-17

Friday, Nov 15.

Manual v. Trinity Varsity Football game @ Trinity (second round playoff game)
4011 Shelbyville Road
Louisville, KY 40207
7:30pm-10:30pm, $7

This is Manual Varsity Football team’s second playoff game, following last week’s game against Ballard, where they won 41-0. Manual students are again encouraged to come to Trinity Friday to support the team.

Saturday, Nov. 16

“Everything’s Relative” screening + Q&A
by YPAS Students Matthew Rivera and Evan Sennett
The Green Building
732 Market Street
8-8:30pm, $5 at the door

Sennett and Rivera are aspiring young film-makers who attend YPAS. They’ve received both local and international attention for their films, at film festivals such as Cannes Short Film Corner and Flyover Film Festival. This is a screening for their most recent 20-minute film, “Everything’s Relative”, open to all ages.
Check out the movie trailer here

“In the Pony Palace/Football” @ Walden Theater
1123 Payne Street
Louisville, KY 40204
5pm, $12

The first premier of a Walden Theater production.
“A play by Tina Satter, directed by Alec Volz High school football culture goes lateral in this clever subversion of the gridiron that features peppy cheerleaders, a coarse coach, a mascot suffering identity crisis, dynamic heroes on the Owls football team, and an all-female cast.”
Other performance dates: Nov. 17 (3 pm), Nov. 21 (7 pm), and Nov. 23 (3 pm)
Order tickets online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/450992

Sunday, Nov. 17

Rain: A Beatles tribute @ Louisville Palace
625 South Fourth Avenue
Louisville, KY 40202
2pm, $37.50

Attention all hardcore Beatles fans! “Rain” is “a live multi-media spectacular that takes you on a musical journey through the life and times of the world’s most celebrated band. Going further than before, this new RAIN adds even more hits that you know and love from the vast anthology of Beatles classics such as ‘I Want To Hold Your Hand,’ ‘Hard Day’s Night,’ ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,’ ‘Let It Be,’ ‘Come Together’ and ‘Hey Jude.’”
This is a one day (in Louisville) event.

Los Angeles Guitar Quartet Concert–Chamber Music Society of Louisville @ Comstock Hall
University of Louisville
1900 Kurz Hall
Louisville, KY 40208
3pm-5pm, $5 (25 and under), $25 (25 and older), free for anyone with a UofL ID.

The internationally famous Los Angeles Guitar Quartet (LAGQ) had a sold-out concert at their last visit to Louisville in 2006. “This program will feature classical works by Stravinsky and Liszt as well as the quartet’s signature mix of world and contemporary music including pieces inspired by the music of Indonesia, Africa, China, Latin America and the British Isles.” Guitar lovers are encouraged to attend.

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