See It This Week

YG, Virginia Woolf, Enematic Cinematic and More!

Virginia Wolff? - YG

Virginia Wolff? - YG

Tuesday, May 13
The Enematic Cinematic recreates the living room experience of talking back to a terrible movie with friends. In this case those friends are the funniest and most film-savvy people you know: comic/host Elicia Sanchez, sketch luminaries/ace ridiculers Kevin Clarke and Travis Vogt and special guest Emmett Montgomery. This month: Dolls, a 1987 movie about a group of vacationers stranded in a storm who end up at a creepy mansion inhabited by an old toymaker and his wife. —Brett Hamil
Jewel Box at the Rendezvous  

Friday, May 16
Steve Roggenbuck is basically a poetry prankster, so his readings are more like standup routines about poetry than ten-minute lyric expressions of a private and hallowed interior. For his Seattle Poetry Party to End All Poetry Parties!!, he’ll share a futon with fiction writers Richard Chiem and Frances Dinger along with alt-lit poet James Ganas. —Rich Smith
Planet Parenthood

Sunday, May 18
Rapper YG‘s new album, My Krazy Life, is pure West Coast summer music, complete and car-ready. —Clayton Holman
Neptune Theater

Through May 31
The Favorite Art Projects Pop-Up is an affordable chance to buy one-off objects and art by talented local artists. Prices start at $10 for hand-painted pillows by Jess Marie and Cable Griffith, baroque candelabras by Anthony Sonnenberg, resin paperweights encasing collage by Serrah Russell, etc. —Amanda Manitach
Sugar Pill

Through May 18
A great production of a great play, simple as that: Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? remains a hilarious, thought-provoking piece of theatre. R. Hamilton Wright and Pamela Reed kill it as the heavy drinking, hyper-literate main couple George and Martha. —Gemma Wilson
Seattle Repertory Theatre

Above Right: Pamela Reed in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, photo by Alabastro Photography. Left: YG