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Pencil This In: Zombie Joe's Theater Takes on Lizzie Borden, Art at La Luz de Jesus, Bob's Burger Crew at Largo

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La Luz de Jesus Gallery—the palace of low brow art drenched in pop culture—opens its first show of the year tonight with of works by Charles Binger, Steven Daily, Tammi Otis and Howard Hallis. Hallis' gigantic painting The Picture of Everything was 13 years in the making. Opening reception from 8-11 pm.

Zombie Joe’s Underground specializes in theater of the macabre, as exemplified in the troupe’s latest work The Trial of Lizzie Borden, which opens tonight at 8:30 pm. Directed by Steven Sable, the play is being billed as a “dramatic new thriller about the infamous axe murder trial that inflamed Victorian society and the American justice system, featuring graphic flashbacks to the scenes of the crime.” Runs though Feb. 5. Tickets: $15.