Wondering what’s going on in the arts world this weekend? Let us break it down for you visually. Because we know how you love pretty pictures.

So there’s this thing going on called Comedy Fest. We may have mentioned something about it, oh, about a million times over the past few weeks. It’s that good. Go.

The Halsey hosts the opening reception for their Leslie Wayne exhibit. It looks quite stunning. Go to the gallery at 4 p.m. Friday to hear from the artist herself.

Redux hosts an opening reception for Reorientation on Friday. It gives you a chance to see what artists at this contemporary art studio have been working on the last few months.

The Aluminum Show is at the North Charleston Coliseum, and it looks crazy. In a good way.

Outrage continues its run at the College of Charleston. Our critic loved it.

Blue opens at the Dock Street. It’s about an affluent African-American family that runs a funeral home in a rural S.C. town.

And The Drowsy Chaperone opens at the Village Playhouse. Our resident theater queen says it’s his favorite musical parody of Broadway.

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