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September 30, 2010 - Image 11

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weekend
essentials
Sept. 30 to Oct. 3
ON STAGE
Saturday night, a group
of 38 student writers,
directors and actors
will gather to create
four plays from scratch
in 24 hours. Satur-
day at 10 p.m., they'll
perform their barely
rehearsed original
pieces for free in Studio
One at the Walgreen
Drama Center. Base-
ment Arts's annual 24
Hour Theatre could
make you laugh, cry
and who even knows
what else!? Come see
the creativity 24 hours
of stress can produce!
ON DISPLAY
This Sunday from noon
to 5 p.m. is the annual
ID Day at the Exhibit
Museum of Natural
History. Experts will
be stationed to iden-
tify unknown items,
like skulls and pottery
shards, that visitors
bring in. The museum
will also celebrate the
first National Fossil
Day during this event,
though the official
day is not until Oct.
13. Admission is free.
FILM
You thought "Para-
normal Activity" was
scary? Suit up, guys
and gals, and head on
down to the Michigan
Theater Saturday at
10 p.m. for a spine-
chilling screening of
Dario Argento's "Sus-
pira." This 1977 under-
ground classic about a
ballerina who attends
a boarding school of

pure evil has a reputa-
tion for being one of
the freaky-deekiest
movies of all time.
CONCERT
This Saturday night,
the Brooklyn-based
sensation Kid Cudi
will be throwing down
indie hip-hop rhymes
at the EMU convoca-
tion center as part of
his album release tour
through the Midwest
with special guest
PARADIME and Ro-
Spit. Tickets are first
come, first serve -
and they're going fast.
Free transportation
is provided from the
Michigan Union all
night. Tickets are $33.

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