It's Sharks and Jets time when this timeless Leonard Bernstein musical with the Jerome Robbins kick-steps starts rolling. This Spanish Harlem Romeo and Juliet tale is one for the ages.
3PM, Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth
From the vast stores of longtime mail artist Josh Ronsen's Tiny Art Project comes this display of more than 500 works of art that are smaller than 1” square and created by artists from Texas, from across the nation, from around the world: "Paintings, drawings, pieces woven from thread and fiber, tiny stamps, tiny books, even a modern-art museum made for ants." And now they're elegantly arranged for all to see, in a place that's already like heaven for bibliophiles. Recommended. Reception: Sun., Jan. 26, 2-6pm.
Malvern Bookstore, 613 W. 29th
This is the live game show where contestants are challenged not to laugh at a team of very funny people. Featuring David James, Roxy Castillo, Duncan Carson, and Rob Gagnon as hosts, with Scott Hardy, Derek Phelps, Amy Botelho, Norm Wilkerson all working to make you laugh so that you don't win some fabulous prize. And the movie they'll be mocking – just in time for your pre-Valentine's delight – is: The Notebook. $5
Cap City Comedy Club, 8120 Research #100, 512/467-2333