Tuesday, Oct. 2

* Fonderie Darling fêtes fall season
* Anthrax and Testament at Metropolis
* Akoreacro’s Pfffffff in its last week
* Willis Earl Beal w/ Majical Cloudz and Expwy at Il Motore
* Brigitte Nielson Society opens La Jeune fille et la morve
* Harry Standjofski premieres August, An Afternoon in the Country

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Olivia Boudreau’s Interieur, at Fonderie Darling

Fonderie Darling is holding a vernissage for its fall season, featuring Olivia Boudreau’s Intérieur, Blue Republic’s Alluvia and Pariasian Atelier Kawamata’s Proposition with music by DJ Éloize after 9. 745 Ottawa, 5 p.m.

Anthrax, Testament and Death Angel rock Metropolis. TONIGHT!! At… 7:30 p.m.? 59 Ste-Catherine E., $37/$41

It’s the last week to catch Akoreacro’s circus cabaret Pfffffff, featuring four musicians and four acrobats performing a jazzy modern fairy tale filled with pratfalls, tumbling and trapeze. TOHU (2345 Jarry E.), 8 p.m., $42/$30 for 25 and under

Witness the raw charm of neo-bluesman Willis Earl Beal, backed by local indie idols Majical Cloudz and Expwy. Il Motore (179 Jean-Talon W.), 9 p.m., $13/$15

The Brigitte Nielson Society and Mathieu Jedrazak present Schubert’s La Jeune Fille et la morve, opening tonight and playing to Oct. 5. Théâtre La Chapelle (3700 St-Dominique), 8 p.m., $24.50/$33.50

It’s opening night for local stalwart director Harry Standjofski’s take on three-time G-G recipient and Québécois star playwright Jean Marc Dalpé’s play August, An Afternoon in the Country. Centaur Theatre (453 St-François-Xavier), 8 p.m., $36

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