High-waisted Lycra disco pants and coral-red lipstick. In case you hadnt noticed, greaser/bad-girl chic is back. So Wednesday night, stop by American Apparel for shiny pants, pick up a pack of Camels, hop on the back of your boyfriends motorcycle, and zoom over to the SoundScape park next to New World Center. There you can neck all night while breaking curfew and watching Grease on a huge outdoor projection screen. The original high school musical, which featured leather-jacket gangs, beauty school dropouts, and car races instead of a chorus of goody-goodies, is the third installment in the SoundScape Cinema Series. These free, family-friendly flicks screen on the grassy commons of the campuss ExoStage. Catch John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John delivering 7,000 square feet of dramatic teen anxiety and cheesy-fabulous sing-alongs at 8 p.m. Sure, its only March, but if you close your eyes long enough, you might feel some summer loving.
Wed., March 30, 8 p.m., 2011